HTC One M10 Release Date Rumors and High-end Specs
Since 2015 is about to end, more and more people have started to talk about the devices that are about to be released in 2016.
The HTC M9 device that has been released this year has received a lot of criticism. Most of the complaints were related to the similarity with its predecessors and it seems that the Taiwanese multinational manufacturer of smartphones and tablets headquartered in New Taipei City, Taiwan, has understand that the fans have had enough of the old design with a full metal body with curved edges and two lines at the top and bottom. It’s time to make some changes to the next flagship, not only on the outside, but inside, as well.
The upcoming HTC M10 is expected to come with new features that will make many people to purchase the device. According to some rumors, the HTC M10 is expected to come with a display size of 5 or 5.2-inch, which will support a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. At the same time, the device is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor clocked at 2.2GHz and an Adreno 530 GPU.
When it comes to the cameras, the HTC M10 is expected to sport a primary camera of 20MP or 13MP that will be placed on the rear side of the device and a secondary camera of 5MP that will be on the front side, which will be used for selfies.
The HTC M10 is also expected to feature the new fingerprint scanning technology that will be most likely situated on the back side and will have impressive HD BoomSound stereo speakers on the front side. The HTC M10 will most likely be released with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, but there are rumors which say that the device will most likely be ready to be updated to Android 6.1.
Right now, there are rumors which say that the HTC M10 will be released sometime in March 2016. However, let’s not forget that Samsung has exclusive rights over the Qualcomm chip, since there is a partnership between Samsung and Qualcomm until April 2016. With other words, the released date of the HTC M10 might get be delayed until then.