Just yesterday, a render of the HTC One X10 leaked online, and today, the mid-range device has been made official in Russia. Packed with a generous 4,000mAh battery, the One X10 certainly delivered “a bigger battery.” It’s said to have up to two days of battery life too.
Much like its predecessor, the One X10 is comfortably a mid-range smartphone, although HTC seems to have downgraded the processor to a MediaTek Helio P10. In comparison, the One X9 was powered by a more capable Helio X10 processor instead. Aside from the processor, however, almost all the other hardware of the One X10 have been upgraded.
For a mid-range smartphone, the One X10 features pretty decent specifications. It’s equipped with a 5.5-inch 1080p Super LCD display, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of expandable storage, a 16MP f/2.0 rear camera, an 8MP front-facing shooter, as well as a rear fingerprint sensor. In line with previous HTC phones – aside from the HTC U series – the One X10 boasts a metal construction too.
While the HTC One X10 doesn’t feature cutting edge hardware, its 1080p display and 4,000mAh battery may provide great battery life. And to some folks, that’s just what they want: a smartphone that isn’t too dependent on power banks.
The HTC One X10 will go on sale this month in Russia for about $355 (approximately RM1,565), and it will be available in two colours: black and silver. It remains to be seen whether or not the One X10 will be introduced in Malaysia, although its predecessor was launched here.