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Cheaper version of HTC 10 reportedly coming soon

As per reports, the model is to be called as HTC Desire 10 but its specifications are not known at the moment.

Taiwanese smartphone maker, HTC had launched HTC 10 smartphone in India for Rs 52,990 in May this year. Now a new report has surfaced online which claims that a cheaper version of HTC 10 is coming soon, which is dubbed as HTC Desire 10. The report comes straight from Evan Blass, whose many predictions turned out to be true in the past.
Cheaper version of HTC 10
In his Twitter account, @evleaks, Evan tweeted, “What’s an HTC 10 without a Desire 10?”. He also said that HTC Desire 10 will be announced by the end of Q3, perhaps at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin, Germany. It might feature the same camera sensor as on the HTC 10 along with dual tone LED flash and laser autofocus. Sadly, he had not revealed anything about the specification details of the phone.
Cheaper version of HTC 10
To recall, HTC 10 has Snapdragon 820 processor, Android Marshmallow operating system with HTC Sense user interface, 3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage, an expandable storage slot that can hold a micro SD card of up to 2 TB capacity and a Super LCD5 display with Quad HD (2560X1440 pixels) resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass.

It has a 12 megapixel rear camera that comes with Laser Auto focus, BSI sensor, Optical Image Stabilisation, f1.8 aperture, Sapphire lens, dual tone LED flash light, Auto HDR, and manual mode feature. This camera can capture 4K videos. For selfies, the phones are armed with 5 megapixel front camera which too is an autofocus unit and has BSI sensor, f1.8 aperture, Auto HDR and Optical Image Stabilisation feature. The HTC 10, which measures 145.9x 71.9 x 3.0 – 9.0 mm and weighs 161 grams, has NFC, Bluetooth 4.2,WiFi (a/b/g/n/ac), Miracast, DLNA, 3.5 mm jack and USB TypeC port.

Note – The top pic is for representational purpose only.

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