Newly Leaked HTC One X10 Glam Image Promises A Bigger Battery

HTC is one of the most popular smartphone and wearable company from Taiwan already introduced several Android smartphones and Android Wear watches in the past and been publicly popular on the design and other aspects. With the latest offerings, U Ultra and U Play, HTC isn’t at the top of the game right now, though it definitely needs a big winner. One of them, the HTC One X10, has been missing its due date for a while now, as it was expected to launch in Q1 2017.

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This same device, One X10 was for the first time leaked at the beginning of the year, probably everyone expected to see the device at HTC’s event in January, but unfortunately, it wasn’t shown it face. Today, however, we’ve gotten another look at the phone in another leaked press render pops up again in sales ads, courtesy of Evan Blass.

This certainly looks better than what we previously accompanied to, in fact, the glam shot itself touts the device’s big style, though judging from previously leaked images the front of the device is nothing new to write home about. But the biggest reveal here is the promise of a larger-capacity battery package, something we haven’t heard of until now.

From the slogan “Big style meets bigger battery” you can imagine how sure that HTC will bet on design and battery life as the device’s key selling points. The poster also hints the battery capacity is going be a long-lasting one, but again, no official confirmation is out yet.


Previous rumors although suggests the following possible specifications for the One X10: a 5.5-inch full-HD display, a MediaTek Helio P10 chipset with 3 GB of RAM, a 16 MP rear camera, and an 8 MP front-facing selfie shooter. Fingerprint sensor finally appears on a One X10 device and will be positioned below the camera on the back.

Leaked pictures so far also show up the device sporting HTC’s signature metal casing. Reportedly, the One X10 be sold in the ballpark of $300, so at least you can’t accuse HTC of overpricing all of its devices. Stay tuned for more!

(Source: @evleaks)