HTC Announces New Smartphone, the HTC 10, Coming Late-April

After working behind closed doors for a year, HTC announced the launch of their latest smartphone today, the HTC 10.

Said to incorporate changes based largely on customer feedback, the new phone will focus on offering users better camera quality and improved audio and will be available in late-April.

The phone is encased in solid metal, and brings users a battery with a two-day long life, as well as the ability to customize the homescreen with apps that don’t have to remain on a grid.

HTC-10-Renders-KK-10As for the camera, with the world’s first optically stabilized, larger aperture ƒ/1.8 lenses on both the front and rear cameras, new larger sensors, and 12 million of new generation UltraPixels (1.55µm per pixel), the HTC 10 is said to deliver sharp, low light and high–resolution photos whether behind or in front of the lens.

The HTC 10 also combines vivid 4K video with the world’s first stereo, 24–bit, Hi–Res audio recording, capturing 256 times more detail than standard recordings, across twice the frequency range.

The HTC 10 will be available from April 2016 in four color combinations, including: Carbon Grey, Glacier Silver, Topaz Gold and Camellia Red through Bell Mobility in Canada, with pricing and availability still to be announced.

The phone can also be pre-ordered through HTC’s online Canadian store directly for $999 unlocked.



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