The HTC 10 is expected to be unveiled tomorrow, but an official marketing video showing off the nicely machined HTC 10 has surfaced in China.
The new HTC flagship smartphone HTC 10 will be officially unveiled on Tuesday, April 12. There have been already several leaks of the HTC 10 that show the new Android device in the wild. Now though an official video introducing the design of the HTC 10 leaked on Chinese video sharing platform Youko, spotted by Steve Hemmerstorfer at Nowherelese.
While the looks of the HTC 10 are known, the final specifications are not verified yet. The HTC 10 is rumored to feature a 5.2-inch screen with 2,560x1,440px resolution, 4GB RAM and Snapdragon S820 CPU. Other features include a 12MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, Hi-Fi BoomSound, fingerprint sensor and a 3,000mhA battery.
The HTC video makes the point that the HTC 10 has a metal body. The video shows how the HTC 10 is carved out of a solid block of metal. The video also reveals that the HTC 10 will come in three colors: gold, silver and black.
The HTC 10 looks like a solid Android phone, but lacks special features. The new Huawei P9 for instance offers a dual lens camera.
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Let's see how HTC's marketing is presenting the HTC 10 and if the company has interesting features up its sleeve. The HTC 10 is expected to ship in May. HTC will live stream the HTC 10 unveiling at 8am ET online at the HTC site.