Meet HTC 10,The smartphone crafted with obsession. You get unprecedented control. Off the chart performance. And innovations like the world’s first dual OIS for pro level photos front and back, as well as end-to-end 24-bit Hi-Res sound. We’re redefining what a flagship phone is truly meant to be. And think you’ll love the result.
Dimensions and Weight
145.9 x 71.9 x 3.0 – 9.0 mm, 161g
5.2 inch, Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels)
Pixel density at 564 ppi (pixel per inch)
Super LCD 5
Corning Gorilla Glass on a Curve Edge Display
Display colour personalization
Battery and Charging Speed
Capacity: 3000 mAh
Talk time on 3G/4G network: up to 27 hours
Standby time on 3G/4G network: up to 19 days
Power saving mode
Extreme power saving mode
Quick Charge 3.0 with cool charge
Up to 50% charge in 30 min
Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad Core, 64bit, up to 2.2GHz
ROM: 32GB / RAM: 4GB
Available storage for users: about 23GB
Extended memory: microSD up to 2TB
Flex Storage supported
It’s the beauty of light, crafted into a brand new all-metal unibody. Every element of HTC 10 has been designed, refined and perfected. From the bold new chamfered contour to its stunning dual-textured finish and quality construction. All the way down to getting the perfect click from the power button. While the lack of previously standard speaker setup may be disappointing, the good news is that BoomSound is still around, this time consisting of a front-facing speaker above the display, and a sub woofer at the bottom, next to the USB Type-C port. Just below the top speaker grill is a notification LED, and next to it is the larger front-facing camera package. HTC has once again make a point with the 10 that it is very capable of making very attractive smartphones.
The HTC 10 features a 5.2-inch Super LCD5 display with a Quad HD resolution, resulting in a pixel density of 565 ppi, and making this the first smartphone from the company to feature this resolution. The Super LCD5 display is cool and performs well, with high brightness, that makes visibility easy even in direct sunlight, as well as good amounts of saturation obtained, it isn’t as vivid as an AMOLED display, but HTC has made sure that this screen adheres to the NTSC standard.
HTC 10,Makes apps launching faster and run smoother, the screen reacts instantly to your every touch, and things just work brilliantly. It’s what you expect from best in class hardware and software tuned to near perfection. The HTC 10 comes with the latest and greatest processing package currently available. The device is powered by the quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, clocked at 2.15 GHz, and backed by the Adreno 530 GPU and 4 GB of RAM, This makes the phone runs very fast and smooth especially when playing games.
HTC 10 introduces OIS in both its front and back cameras. The result is bright, sharp and steady photos you’ll love, no matter which camera you use. Fitting OIS in both cameras was an incredible challenge, but the results are totally worth it. Great photos won’t wait for perfect lighting. HTC 10’s main camera gives you up to 136% more light in every shot, thanks to the new generation UltraPixel sensor with OIS and a bright ƒ/1.8 lens. HTC 10’s front camera is as impressive as its main camera. It features a large pixel sensor, an ƒ/1.8 lens and a screen flash, so shots come out brighter and richer. Its wide-angle lens fits more friends and fun into every photo. And, in a world first, it’s the only front camera with OIS for better selfies every time.
HTC 10 is comes with latest Google O.S Android 6.0 Marshmallow with the latest version of the HTC Sense UI on top. HTC Sense is about the same as it has always been, and given some of the major changes Android has been going through recently, this can be taken as a very good thing. There are no longer duplicate apps for the same functions, with users getting either HTC’s or Google’s version. For example, HTC’s internet browser is no longer available, replaced by Google Chrome. The idea behind this is to lighten the load on the phone for better performance.
HTC 10 comes with a non-removable 3,000 mAh battery, and couple that we have seen this capacity standard with this year’s flagship s form different products, it’s no surprise that HTC has followed suit.HTC has already boasted of two days what of battery life by HTC 10, It can be possible to get a couple of days of battery life out of this phone, with the help of battery-saving Boost+ application. This app helps in a few ways, and allows for games to be scaled down to a Full HD resolution to save power. HTC 10 also comes with fast-charging capabilities via Qualcomm’s QuickCharge 3.0, a charge for half an hour will give you back one full day of use.
Ranging from N236 To N250
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