While the HTC 10 has been leaked more than a few times already, the Taiwanese company isn’t about to stop teasing its latest flagship. Just recently, HTC posted a closeup of the – presumably – HTC 10’s cameras, which is accompanied by the caption “world first, world class, front and back. You’ll see.”
The caption is definitely a bold one, which shows just how confident HTC is of the HTC 10’s cameras. What is especially interesting is the fact that the company is claiming that the 10 will feature “world first” cameras. Previously, it was rumoured that the HTC 10 will be packed with a camera sensor similar to the Nexus 6P; could this be a different implementation of the same sensor?
— HTC (@htc) March 15, 2016
As far as specifications go, the HTC 10 is rumoured to be packing a 5.15-inch QHD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor paired with 4GB of RAM, at least 64GB of internal storage, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. It will also share the same design language as the HTC One A9 and previous HTC devices, if leaked renders of the device are to be believed.
If HTC can indeed deliver a great camera with the HTC 10, the high-end market of Android smartphones will get really interesting. After all, the mobile photography space has always been dominated by the likes of Apple and Samsung. The HTC 10 is expected to launch sometime in April.