HTC One X10 Leaked Photos And Features News

HTC was supposed to launch HTC One X10 last month, but it just launched two of its phones in the U series – HTC U Ultra and HTC U Play. But if the rumors are to be believed they will launch One X10 soon. Some of the leaked photos have revealed exactly how the features and design are going to be.

What the pictures reveal about this HTC mobile

According to the leaked photos of this HTC One mobile, it seems like there is round fingerprint sensor at the back. There seem to be no physical buttons at the front. This was yet another prediction which appears to have come true for this new HTC phone.

This picture was also tweeted by Blass at the turn of the year. As the launch is coming nearer, this new HTC phone is getting more and more leaked on the internet. We can see that the body is somewhat like a 5.5inch and probably will come with full HD.

HTC One X10 Leaked Images

HTC One X10 Leaked Images

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HTC One X10 to come with 3GB RAM?

Recently a Chinese networking site called Weibo has leaked some images which appear to be the front and the rear end of HTC One X10. New interest has emerged among users from these pictures. In these pictures, we can only see how they have been built. Through these images, we can make an assumption about the build and metal back finish.

Previously there was another rumor about this phone which suggested that this will have Mediatek Helio X10 MT6755 chipset with Mali-T860 GPU and 1.9 GHz octa-core CPU. The GPU will be clocked at 700 MHz which suggests that this phone will indeed give a high performance on the gaming front – if it is true.

According to leaked sources, this new HTC phone will come with 3GB RAM support as well. Leaked news also suggests that the price for this variant will start at $174. If this report is correct, then this phone might give stiff competition to the likes of Xiaomi and Redmi. This means all the higher-end midrange price phones are at risk.

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