To be fair, there’s almost nothing that we don’t know of the upcoming HTC 10 announcement. There’s been leaks-a-plenty, with photos and specs already doing the rounds. Today there’s an entire video, which you can see below..
She’s looking a bit like the HTC One A9 that we reviewed last year in terms of styling tweaks, and the video seems to confirm the earlier rumours we’d heard about the fact that this new handset will just be called the “HTC 10” instead of the “HTC One M10”.
The HTC 10 will, if the leaks are true, be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with a 5.2″ QHD display (1440 x 2560). We’re also expecting a 12 megapixel / UltraPixel camera with OIS and laser autofocus. Up-front, for your selfies, there’l be a 5 megapixel camera and there’s apparently a USB-C connector to power the 3,000mAh battery.
You’ve not got long to wait on this as the web-launch takes place tomorrow.
The latest flagship device from Huawei is rumoured for release in a couple of weeks. We’ll hopefully see the P9 on the 6th April. However, as is the norm, the interwebs are full of leaked specs and pictures.
The latest pictures show a Huawei president using an “unknown device” – believed to be the new P9.
From looking at the snaps the device has a dual rear cameras, LED flash and unknown port next to the flash (possibly for laser auto-focusing system). The device looks like it has a uni-body metal chassis and rear fingerprint scanner.
Rumours are that it’ll arrive in three variants, each with slightly different specifications.
– The Huawei P9 Max is, from what we’ve heard, a larger handset. It’ll have a QHD display and additional RAM.
– P9 Lite is a lower-price handset with 2GB of RAM, 1080p screen and a Snapdragon 650 CPU.
– The P9 sits between these two in terms of price and hardware.
When we get any further snippets of news we’ll let you know.
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