HTC is Working So Hard to Make One M10 Even Better!

    Following the launch of its first teaser image, the Taiwan-based handset maker, HTC has shared its first video teaser of upcoming One M10 flagship smartphone. This video doesn't show anything significant, but promises the customer that the team is working relentlessly to "make your phone even better".

    HTC is Working So Hard to Make One M10 Even Better!

    The company uses the #powerof10 hashtag, hereby unofficially confirming the name as One M10. As per the rumours, there might be two variant of One M10: one with 5 inch and 6 inch display. The HTC One M10 is likely to sport a QHD with 1440x2560 pixels resolution display.

    On the hardware front, the company is reportedly working with Qualcomm, where it is expected to feature the Snapdragon 820 SoC, as the number of reports showing it performing well and cool. Also, the rumors said that the so-called M10 would run on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Further, it will ship the smartphone on top of its own User Interface (UI) Sense 8.0 on it.

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    In the camera department, the company has showed its Ultra-pixel technology equipping in both front and back for its devices including One M8, M9 and A9. However, it hasn't received well among the masses the company has once again switched to Mega-pixel. As per the report, it will come equipped with 13MP on both front and back.

    Anyhow, the above information is not authenticated, we advise you to take this with a pinch of salt. We are expecting more information in the upcoming days.

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