HTC One M10 Rumor Roundup

HTC has been continuing their legacy since the 1990’s. They have released amazing products, setting new standards for building quality and functionality in smartphones for years to come. Their HTC M series is one of their most popular – and a new one is set to arrive soon.

HTC One launches are traditionally held just prior to March’s Mobile World Congress show, and HTC chairwoman Cher Wang has said there would be a significant amount of improvements in the innovations and design for the next flagship models. HTC is known for their elegant experimentation, being unpredictable and affirming at the same time,

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Leaks reveal that the HTC One M10 will feature two processor variants on board this year, with the two processors being Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 and MediaTek’s Helio X20. Both of them come with their own distinct features and specifications which should once again, cater to quite a broad array of tastes.

On one hand, we have the Snapdragon 820, with its custom cores which mark Qualcomm’s return to Krait. The Helio X20 on the other hand is one of the very few processors out there with a “deca-core” design, which means that you won’t ever run out of processing power on your One M10, considering the sheer amount of cores, far surpassing even desktop-grade computers. Battery life, however, is an important factor to play with the internal CPU of smartphones.

This is interesting because the past phones had thermal issues – so people can’t wait to see the new phone. This could mean that HTC sales could improve because they will be changing the design of their new phones and hence more people will buy it. the price hasn’t been revealed, however it is believed the phone will be priced at about $600.


There is very little information revealed about the phone, so the majority of this is speculation. Stay in contact for future updates regarding this device.

Edited by Nick Suneja.

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