All what you want to know about HTC 10

HTC mobiles have launched some really good phones last year like HTC OneA9 and One M7 or M 9 and now HTC 10. The series of HTC phone products starting with alphabet letters and numbers are easy to remember. The number 10 can be found in HTC 10 but this time the alphabet letter is missing. Anyway  let us see all what you want to know about HTC 10

The Design of HTC 10

The HTC 10 is all metal, the brushed aluminium and comes with four colours, Gold, White, Black and Silver. You will HTC 10 with front-facing speakers, a design hallmark of the One series. The speaker grill has been moved to the bottom edge, much like the iPhone 6s, Galaxy S7 and the like in HTC A9. The extra space left by the speakers lets HTC fit its round fingerprint sensor on the bottom. Flanked by two backlit capacitive buttons, the 10 also channels its inner Samsung Galaxy.

Aside from fitting in new hardware, HTC angles the edges all the way around the device to give the 10 a distinct look compared to the M9 or even the iPhone 6s. It actually looks like a more exaggerated version on the ceramic OnePlus X.

The Specifications of HTC 10

  • 5.15-inch AMOLED QHD display (slightly bigger than the M9)
  • Snapdragon 820 processor
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 12-megapixel camera

In addition to relatively standard hardware, HTC keep its “UltraPixel” camera (basically bigger pixels for better lowlight) for the selfie camera on the front. HTC also includes a high-audio DAC (the same one included in the A9) called “BoomSound Headphone

The most interesting specification is the 4GB of RAM. HTC has begun moving their own OS, called Sense UI, to be more closely aligned with stock Android. Its goal is to create an OS that could put out Android updates faster than any of its competitors.

With all of this powerful new hardware, the HTC 10 is an incredibly responsive, fast, and quick to update.

Software in HTC 10

Although Sense UI is aligning itself with stock Android, it’s still HTC’s own version of the operating system. Redundant apps like HTC Music are gone in HTC 10, but much of Sense UI still finds its way to the HTC 10.

HTC 10 has its Blinkfeed, the magazine-format social media aggregator, contextually aware widgets that change depending on time and location, as well as the multitasking carousel and the notification panel.

The price of HTC 10 at the time of writing has been at  around $US700 ($941).

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