Taiwanese giant HTC has just launched two of their smartphones – HTC U Ultra and U Play last day at CES 2017. Also, it reportedly says that HTC is currently working on couple more devices, probably launching at MWC 2017. Ahead of the revelation of any details from HTC, images and specs have been leaked for the upcoming device HTC One X10, the successor to One X9 which launched back in December 2015.
The pair of images shows the HTC One X10 in wild, both front and back panel. From the front panel, HTC has not added the significant physical Home button which was also not included with its predecessor. All the front navigational buttons are below the display, but all touch. The front-facing camera is at the top left corner, and the larger sensor seems to be the UltraPixel Camera by HTC.
The metal rear panel is very well polished and the camera unit is placed just below the top antenna line, shows resemblance towards recently launched HTC flagships like HTC 10 and 10 Evo. The fingerprint scanner has been added to the rear panel, packed in a circular sensor.
From the latest rumors, the HTC One X10 will be featured with a 5.5-inch display with 2.5D Gorilla Gass on top. The smartphone would pack a MediaTek chipset under its hood, paired with 3GB/4GB RAM options. The rear and front camera respectively to sport the sensor of 16MP and 8MP. The Androdi Nougat running smartphone will be launched by HTC very soon or at MWC this year.