We recently learned a lot of new information about HTC’s newest iteration, the HTC 10.
From the chamfered metal body to the CPU powering the handset, leaks have already brought us nearly all the information we wanted to know about HTC’s new flagship. And while unibody aluminum frames aren’t exactly new for the Taiwanese company, there has been an annual lack of a quality camera module in almost every HTC device since the original ONE. According to a tweet posted by HTC’s official twitter handle however, that may be about to change.
The company recently posted a tweet simply stating:
“World First, World Class, Front and Back. You’ll see.#powerof10“
The tweet included an image of two camera sensors, inferring that the company is using some new revolutionary camera technology in it’s new handset. Whether or not this new tech is just a higher micron count, as Huawei and Samsung have been doing with their new devices is yet to be known, but one thing is for certain –
HTC need this, and they need it bad.
— HTC (@htc) March 15, 2016
Though there hasn’t been an official release date announced, the rumors are saying mid-April. We’ll make sure to keep you posted the second we know anything more.
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