HTC One M10 to Skip MWC 2016: Specs, Release date and More

By Vigneshwar

Now it's confirmed that the HTC One M10 will skip MWC 2016 and rather come out on April 11. But this delay doesn't stop the leakster from gathering the informations.

HTC One M10 to Skip MWC 2016: Specs, Release date and More

According to the new report, the yet-to-be-launched HTC One M10 will sport a 12 MP Sony IMX 377 sensor on the back with a pixel size of 1.55 um.

Additionally, this device is said to come with laser autofocus along with phase detection autofocus. Moving to the front camera, a report suggested that it will feature a 5MP Samsung s5k4e6 one, with 1.34µm pixel size, which is in fact, smaller than the Ultrapixel cameras.

HTC One M10 to Skip MWC 2016: Specs, Release date and More

Moving on to the specification, the One M10 is expected to come packed with 5.1-inch QHD AMOLED display, powered by a Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset.

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According to the report, this device will come with 4GB RAM, 32GB ROM with an expandable option via microSD card slot. Like the A9, the fingerprint sensor will be most likely integrated in the home button.

Talking about the OS, the One M10 might come powered by an Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on top of HTC Sense UI. However, the above information is official, we advise you to take it with the grain of salt. We are expecting more information in the upcoming days.

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