HTC Bolt Preview: Faster Processor & Water-Resistant Phone Exclusive To Sprint

The rumors are true after all. HTC has launched the Bolt Android smartphone in the US as a one-of-a-kind on the Sprint neighborhood and has some serious specs to go with. It's the first HTC smartphone to run Android 7.0 Nougat, with HTC's Sense eight UI laid over the top. To help market the new phone, Sprint has drafted in Olympic champion sprinter Usain Bolt.

The Bolt is standard out of a single piece of aluminum. Also, claims to be the first water resistant Android cell phone to be made from it. It has a water-proof ranking of IP57, which ability it can manage splashes, rain and be submerged in up to a meter of water for 30 minutes.

The HTC Bolt: Specs, Processors, and Features

HTC is naming it "Sprint's fastest smartphone ever," as it connects to Sprint's LTE Plus network. two It comes with two a 5.5-inch Quad HD Super LCD three display, 16MP rear digital digicam (f/2.0, OIS), 8MP the the front camera, 32GB storage (with microSD slot), 3GB RAM, fingerprint reader, HTC BoomSound audio, USB Type-C port, 3200mAh battery (with Quick Charge 2.0), and closing year's Snapdragon 810 processor from Qualcomm wrapped in a metallic physique that is rated IP57 for filth and water resistance. It also runs Android 7.0 Nougat with HTC's Sense on top. A 16-megapixel with laser focus feature and optical image stabilization and guide for 4K video recording. The HTC Bolt can take care of hi-res audio documents too, although to hear to them you will prefer to each join a pair of Bluetooth headphones or a pair with the aid of the USB-C port, as there may also be no 3.5mm headphone jack.

The HTC Bolt: Price and Availability

While the HTC Bolt would possibly also have at the opening launched in the US and it will make its way to Europe, Asia, and Africa. The HTC Bolt is now reachable from Sprint for $25/month on a two-year contract. There is no official statement as to when it will be available to other countries yet.

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