Wednesday, 26 July 2017
Mobile

HTC One M10 with 27 MP camera expected to launch March 2016

Taiwanese phone and tablet giants HTC are well known for their high end and premium smartphones. Reports have it that its next flagship phone, the HTC One M10 will launch before March next year.

The One M10 is expected to be HTC’s best smartphone to date as the company’s most advanced technology will be employed in its manufacture, with some innovations included in its design.

Launch events of HTC One smartphones are traditionally held just prior to March’s Mobile World Congress show and HTC company representative and chairperson, Cher Wang, has said that there would be noticeable improvements in innovations and design for HTC’s next flagship model next year.

With these reported improvements HTC is working on, many expect the HTC One M10 to make noticeable waves in 2016.

Much isn’t known about the phone at the moment but it is expected to feature a powerful 27 megapixel rear camera. Other reports however say the flagship smartphone will come with a 20.7 megapixel rear camera and a 5 megapixel front camera.

Coupled with its 1,440 x 2560 pixels screen resolution, pictures taken with the flagship smartphone are expected to have a super high quality and will also be crisp and clear.

The HTC One M10 is also expected to sport a 64 GB internal storage, with an option for a 128 GB internal memory. It remains unknown if its storage capacity could be extended via a microSD slot but as a flagship smartphone it’s expected to support it.

The HTC One M10 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and a powerful 4 GB RAM. These combined features are expected to guarantee a superior performance of 30 per cent more than what other HTC devices offer.

HTC is desiring to achieve the much desired turning point with the One M10 and also ensure a user experience like no other.

The flagship smartphone will also feature a 3500 mAh battery and is expected go for between $800 and $900 (roughly 160,000 Naira and 180,000 Naira) when it is launched.