The latest leaked report says a lot about the upcoming HTC One M10 Specs and other hardware details. According to the leaked source, the One M10 is expected to get Quad HD display powered by very latest Snapdragon 820 SoC. Apart from HTC, Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and LG G5 is also in the news for their expected hardware and other leaked sources.
HTC One M10 Specs Get Leaked, Packs QHD Display and Snapdragon 820 SoC
The source says the codename of One M10 is HTC Perfume coming with Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 along with Adreno 520 graphics unit. As we have seen earlier, company doesn’t believe much on specification rather than the build quality and features. But this time to overcome the continuous drop in sales, One M10 will be having 4GB of RAM with atleast 32 GB of storage along with the option to extend its storage via micro SD card up to 128 GB, a 1440 x 2560 QHD display (probably AMOLED) and will run on the HTC’s all new revamped Sense 8.0 UI on top of Android Marshmallow.
Also, it is being expected that the device will get a fingerprint scanner at the front that will be merged with the home key just like HTC’s recent devices.
Much the same as a year ago, Camera will remain the center point as that is the part everybody scrutinized the most about, their Ultrapixel innovation needed subtle element on the One M8 and a year ago’s One M9 with a 20MP sensor was only a joke when it went to the camera execution. For this present year notwithstanding, HTC is backpedaling to the ultrapixel division however altering the issues with the One M10 offering a 12-Ultrapixel resolution back camera with laser-helped auto focus. Additionally, both the front and back shooters will be pressing OIS.
However there’s an awful news, HTC is relied upon to be jettisoning the marvelous Boomsound front terminating speakers this time. Despite the fact that it is not yet affirmed whether it will be on the back or at the base. You will likewise more inclined to see plan modifications on the One M10 and as indicated by a few sources, it will include the same style we saw on the One A9.