The rumor mill once more hits it straight on the head. Just as we expected, HTC nowadays announced the present day smartphone in its portfolio, the HTC 10 Evo. This phone is genuinely a global model of its latest HTC Bolt, which is exclusively reachable on Sprint.
The HTC 10 Evo: Complete Quick Specs
It is a full-metal, water-resistant Snapdragon 810-equipped 5.5-incher that has no 3.5mm headphone jack yet makes up for that by using employing HTC's Boomsound Adaptive Audio tech and boasting a pair of adaptive USB Type-C earphones in the box. Unlike the Bolt, which used to be only handy in Silver and Gunmetal colors, the 10 Evo additionally comes in Gold. Another exquisite function is the Gorilla Glass 5-covered Quad HD display as properly as the 8MP wide-angle selfie snapper which has its very own front-facing flash sidekick.
Oh, we almost forgot - comparable to the HTC Bolt, the HTC 10 Evo arrives with Android 7.0 Nougat right out of the box. While Sprint is inserting an emphasis on the HTC Bolt's aid for its LTE Plus network in the US, however, we're informed that the audio journey is most appropriate to what is supplied via the HTC 10 even when the usage of custom audio profiles on HTC's flagship device.
The HTC 10 Evo: Availability
The HTC 10 Evo will be on hand in Europe (including the UK) exclusively online. That's right, no service will be imparting this phone in its shops- you will have to order it from HTC's online store. This is a first for the Taiwan-based manufacturer, which has deep roots of partnering with a couple of carriers. The HTC Evo 10 isn't as effective as the HTC 10, but its larger display, larger battery, greater decision front-facing camera, IP57 dirt and water resistance and special BoomSound Adaptive Audio may want to persuade buyers to choose for the 10 Evo rather of a mid-range Samsung or LG device.