HTC 10 gets FCC Certification
HTC is getting ready to take a new step ahead for the flagship line with their upcoming HTC 10 flagship smartphone on the April 12 event, to be held at New York, London and Taipei. The HTC 10 has been several times passed through the leaks and rumors including AnTuTu and GFXBench benchmarking sites. Not so far ago, some rendered and live images were leaked, as well as a teased my HTC itself. Now it seems like the HTC 10 smartphone is getting certified through the FCC approval, with the two devices of model numbers 2PS6200 and 2PS6500. But it is unsre whether the two devices are HTC 10 or not.
The FCC certification site shows only the tests and their results of HTC 10, no pictures of device were shown up. Some internal images like About details inside settings panel were included with it, which shows only the legal certification and notices about the device. None of the specs for the device were listed there.
When we sum up the details we get from GFXBench, the HTC 10 will feature a a 5.1 inch WQHD Super LCD display. The Snapdragon 820 SoC will make out the device more powerful with 4GB of RAM. The internal storage capacity of the device would be 32GB, which may be expandable through SD Card. The device can satisfy the Smartphone hardcore gamers with Adreno 530 GPU, along with the SD 820. It will be shipped with Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 on the board, topped with Sense UI 8.0. It will sport a 12MP camera on rear panel and a 5MP/UP camera mounted on front panel for selfies and video chats.
Manifestly, the HTC 10 seems to be similar to the other kings in flagship market, but the recently leaked AnTuTu Benchmark results shows that it would be most powerful device among other devices, above than that of Xiaomi Mi 5 and Samsung Galaxy S7. HTC 10, the smartphone with beauty and beast, with the ‘#Performance10’ will arrive soon, on April 12 as an internet-only launch.