After the release of HTC 10, the Taiwan-based smartphone maker has forgotten Desire phones back at Mobile World Congress, but nevertheless, we have got a tip from this Twitter user, as the company is planning to launch Desire 10 sometime in Q3 this year.
The leakster Evan Blass also known as the popular @evleaks has tweeted that the company is working hardly on a mid-range device, dubbed as HTC Desire 10. Here are the details on its unveil date and etc.
Unfortunately, there are no other details emerged regarding the upcoming Desire 10 features and specs, but Even Blass suggests that the handset has a rear camera relatively similar to what we found on HTC 10 (with dual LED flash, laser AF technology).
The given fact also hints at the possibility that the HTC Desire 10 could be announced at the next IFA event in Berlin, Germany. With that said, the Desire 10 will be entirely a cheaper range smartphone and could offer many of the features that its predecessor 10 has, made out of plastic instead of metal and comes with a pricing of a mid-ranger.
What’s an HTC 10 without a Desire 10?
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) July 10, 2016
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