[/blockquote]The big Android players, LG and Samsung have already shown off their flagship devices for 2016 with the LG G5 and Galaxy s7 receptively, today HTC has also formally announcing the HTC 10, its flagship smartphone for 2016. After the failure in terms of sales of the M9 last year, HTC thinks that the HTC 10 will revamp its smartphone sales in 2016, but with the Galaxy s7 and s7 Edge on the horizon, they clearly got their work cut of for them. The 10’s design language departs from the M9 and picks its trails from the A9 that they launched at the end of last year. HTC says it spent 12 months designing this phone and integrated feedback from its customers throughout the development process.
- Screen size: 5.2-inches
- Screen type : quad HD Super LCD 5 display with Gorilla Glass with curved edges
- Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor
- RAM : 4GB
- Internal Memory : 32GB of internal storage plus a MicroSD slot for expansion.
- Battery : 3,000mAh, with Quick Charge 3.0 support
- USB: Type-C port.
- Rear camera: A 12-megapixel sensor , OIS f/1.8 lens with a dual-LED flash
- Front camera: 5-megapixel sensor with optically stabilized, f/1.8 wideangle lens
- Operating System: Android Lollipop 6.0
The phone has a high resolution audio system, with a headphone amp that can output twice as much power as other smartphones. Another unique feature of the 10 is the ability to wirelessly play audio through AirPlay-certified speakers, which makes it the first Android phone to do so out of the box. The phone ships next month for about $699 and will come in three colors, Black, Silver and Gold.