HTC One M10 aka HTC o2 with Android M release date due Feb 2016
Dissatisfied with the performance of their current apparatus HTC One M9 in the markets. The organization is all set to hammer the world of the HTC One M10 smartphones with anticipatively strong and their another release or HTC 2.
The company claims the specifications of this device would be remarkable, far better than the present HTC One M9. The overhaul in this area will be no significantly less than a surprise for the users.
Expectantly, the HTC O2 will be running on Qualcomm's even quicker and more efficient Snapdragon 820 processor to combat the problem of overheating that was being faced by the users of HTC One M9.
The central processing unit will likely be coming with as much as 4GB of RAM to add to the glory. And as far as the body is concerned, rumours have that it needs to be somewhat similar to its predecessor but would be blessed with an added feature of water resistivity.
The 6 inches screen resolution will likely be about 1440*2560 QHD, considerably better as compared to HTC One M9's 5 inches 1080p HD.
Though not much info can be found about the supply of microSD slot in the phone, but it's anticipated to come with greater storage capacity picks too, that's of 64 GB and 128 GB. Not only this but the battery life is also exalted, that's, 3500mAh.
HTC One M10 Specs
Hopefully, to add to the delight of users, the apparatus will likely be running Google's new operating system totally, the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
As of now concerning the estimated expense of the mobile, nothing can be said. Nonetheless, its forerunner surmises about it's around GBP600.
Well, rumours are also about the smaller HTC O2, with 5 inches display, powered by Snapdragon 82X Octa-core chip, which can also reach on the marketplaces anytime by after 2016.
Not only are the users of HTC waiting for HTC One M10, for the business too, to get back its hold on the markets and save its doom ultimately, this apparatus must be absolutely a success. Else it'd fall easy victim to the control of smaller companies like Xiaomi and Micromax.