It has been no secret that HTC didn’t get the response they want with the HTC One M9 in comparison to their previous flagship models. They have trailed behind Samsung and Apple recently in sales however the HTC One A9 hasn’t done too bad.
Now we are building to the Mobile World Congress 2016, HTC are predictably have a launch event which we expect to see the HTC One M10. The HTC One M10 will probably take a leaf out of the A9’s book in terms of looks however be designed to be their flagship device.
According to some sources, the handset is expected to a 5.1-inch AMOLED screen up front with a resolution at 2650×1440 or QHD. This will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with Adreno 530 graphics, supported by 4GB RAM and a choice of 16, 32 or 64GB internal storage. The M10 camera will probably follow the Xperia Z5 in terms of being able to shoot 4K video and possibly 12MP to 13 MP equivlent rear facing camera utilising HTC’s ultrapixel technology. The camera is rumoured to be equipped with laser autofocus with f/2.0, optical image stabilisation, laser autofocus and a dual-LED (dual tone) flash.
Power wise, which has always been the biggest heart ache of any smart phone user is reported to be a 3000mAh battery with Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 capability, which can power the phone up to 83% in just 30 minutes.
Further rumours, the HTC M10 will be without the BoomSound speakers which loyal users have enjoyed since the M7.
The interesting possible news that HTC are going to try the wearable market again but details are very scarce.