HTC is currently working on a new smartphone that may be sold under the name Bolt or 10 Evo in markets outside the United States. The Taiwanese tech company, one known as among the most prominent smartphone makers in the work, is looking to seize an opportunity an at revival of its fortunes.
HTC and Sprint even roped in famous sprinter Usain Bolt for the promotion of the phone. That alone could indicate that the new HTC smartphones are forces to reckon. Here are some details on their specifications.
The HTC 10 Evo might sport a 5.5 inches Super LCD3 capacitive touchscreen-type display with QHD resolution.The body is dustproof and waterproof with Multitouch.
HTC Bolt will have a 16-megapixel camera with an aperture of f/2.0, face-detecting autofocus, 4k video recording, and a dual-LED flash, as well as an 8-megapixel front-facing camera.
This phone also includes a dedicated slot micro SD expandable up to 256 GB, and a 32 GB internal memory with 3 GB RAM.
HTC boasts about the 3x20MHz carrier aggregation of the 10X model, that's why the download speed on Sprint's LET plus network is much faster than Verizon. The HTC 10 Evo will also support GSM and HSDPA.
The HTC 10 Evo will have a Snapdragon 821 onboard instead of 820. The upcoming smartphone will also ditch 3.5 headset jacks, thus becoming the first HTC device to come without a standard audio port.
According to rumors, this device should ship out from Sprint with Android 7.0 Nougat on board and Sense 8.0 on top. The HTC Bolt will have non-removable Li-Ion 3200mAh battery up to 23 hours (3G).
The HCT Bolt will launch in the United States on November 11, 2016 through Sprint and it is now available on Sprint stores. All the colors of the HTC 10 - carbon gray, topaz gold, and glacier silver 64 GB will be available for USD 799. Sprint said that it will be available globally as soon as possible.