Cheaper version of HTC 10 coming soon
HTC had launched HTC 10 smartphone in India this year. The phone was launched in may and was priced at Rs 52,990. A new report claims that a cheaper version of HTC 10 will soon be released. The new version of HTC will be dubbed as Desire 10. A cheaper version of HTC 10 coming soon.
The new smartphone will have the same camera sensor as on the HTC10 alone with dual LED flash and laser autofocus. There is no other information revealed about the phone yet other than the camera.
To recall, HTC 10 has a Snapdragon 820 processor and runs on Android marshmallow. It has a 3GB of RAM. The internal storage of the smartphone is 32GB, which is further expandable up to 2TB via microSD card slot. It has an HD display with Corning Gorilla glass. The smartphone has 12 megapixel of back camera and 5 megapixels of front camera. There are various features for the back camera like autofocus, BSI sensor, optical image stabilization, sapphire lens, auto HDR and manual mode function. This camera captures 4k videos. Looking at these features, a lot can be expected from the new version of HTC 10.
HTC 10 did not have much impressive performance in the market which will make the cheaper version a little easy to gain income. The new handset is expected to release its flagship in the mid-range this year. Hopefully, it will raise the revenue of the company. The handset is supposed to be unveiled I the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, Germany. After the release of this new and cheaper smartphone, it will soon be launched in India at half the price of HTC 10. So just keep an eye on HTC to know more information about this mid-range flagship which will soon be released in the market and will be ready for sale. Stay tuned!