Jan 07, 2017 08:00 AM EST
The HTC One X10 appeared in a fresh leaked image by Evan Blass @evleaks showing a mid-range phone with a 5.5-inchfull HD display and a fingerprint scanner relocated to the rear like in Pixel XL, an HTC built device. Moreover, HTC is reported to be launching on Jan. 12 three new smartphones, which could include the newly leaked X10 or previously rumored Ocean Note or the U Ultra.
HTC One X10 Leaked Photo Reveal
Evan Blass or @evleaks writing for Venture Beat, revealed a leaked photo reportedly of the HTC One X10 with the front and back panel shown. The photo suggests a 5.5-inch full HD display and a fingerprint scanner now conveniently relocated at the rear similar to the HTC-built Pixel XL. Observers say that HTC may be featuring the rear fingerprint scanner on its coming flagship smartphone, the HTC 11.
HTC One X10 Reported Specs and Features
The previous month, Gadgets 360 learned of the specs and prices of the HTC One X10 leaked in China starting with a much improved camera from the 13MP in the X9 to 16MP for the rear camera with 7.9MP for the selfie camera. However, the phone will be powered by MediaTek Heilio P10 clocking at 1.96GHz, a marked downgrade from the X9's Helio X10 at 2.2GHz.
The HTC One X10 comes in 3GB of RAM and 32GB built-in storage expandable via a microSD card. It reportedly retails at CNY 2,000 or $290 dollars.
HTC One X10 Rumored Launch
Previous reports indicate that HTC 's Jan. 12 event with invites already distributed will be the venue to launch three smartphones allegedly including the HTC One X10. The X9 successor will reportedly come with Android Nougat with HTC Sense Treatment, as a teaser before the launch of the highly anticipated HTC 11, Pocket-Lint has learned.
Moreover, HTC will be launching three new smartphones that will be available in the market in the first quarter of the year. Previous reports refer to the HTC Ocean Note or the U Ultar, Ocean Master and Ocean Smart, but Blass' report could also point out to the unveiling of the HTC One X10.
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