April 12, 2016, is just around the corner when Taiwanese giant manufacturer HTC is expected to announce their flagship of the year. From the last couple of weeks, the device images and specs are subject to rumours and leaks.
Even though many specs of upcoming HTC 10 are already leaked but the latest specs sheet leak is confirming already known details as well as providing some new details. The latest leak image is from an HTC website listing which means the specs mentioned below are fairly accurate.
Firstly, the listing confirms already rumoured a super LCD 5.2 inches display but the listing also mentions the display will be a curved-edge Gorilla Glass. As expected the HTC 10 will be featuring an all metal design with “an elegant triple finish”.
The listing also confirms the base model with 32GB internal storage but there is no confirmation regarding the 64GB variant. There is chances device might support external SD card but there is no mentioning of SD card in the listing.
Last but not least, the rumoured rear camera of HTC 10 is also confirmed in the listing. The listing suggests the device will feature a 12MP camera with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) and Laser Auto Focus. As per recent info, the front facing camera of HTC 10 might also come with OIS but in listing there is no detail regarding the matter.
Now let’s move to the most interesting part of the listing which suggests the HTC 10 will be packed with an updated HI-FI edition of Boom Sound.
Another interesting part of this info is HTC 10 supports those carriers which are largely GSM based but there is no clear mentioning regarding the CDMA operated carriers like Sprint and Verizon in the US. This will be a thought-provoking move from the HTC but there are fair chances this listing is not completely updated.
HTC is also offering UH OH protection for those customers who made the purchase directly through them. The listing also indicates device won’t be released until early May. But Pre-orders of the device will start pretty soon after the announcement on April 12th.