HTC X10 Release Date, News & Update: Tipped To Debut In January; Specs Include Helio P10, 3 GB of RAM, 5.5-Inch Display

By Min Montes , Updated Dec 21, 2016 09:22 AM EST

Taiwan-based smartphone manufacturer HTC continues to be on a roll of releasing of new models in their mobile device line and reports reveal that they are currently working on mid-ranger allegedly dubbed HTC X10.

According to reports, the HTC X10 is the successor of the HTC One X9 which was released back in December 2015. HTC has not made any official announcements regarding the said device but the rumor mill is packed with reports suggesting that the HTC X10 will come around next year. Since CES 2017 is going to take place this January 2017 already, fans predict that HTC will take advantage of the event and use it as a platform to unveil the purported HTC X10.

Reports say that the device will roll out in China first and will allegedly cost around CNY 2,000 or around $288. It's also said that the HTC X10 will be somewhat similar to its predecessor in terms of the specs and features. It will reportedly feature a 5.5-inch full HD display with 1080 x 1920 pixel resolution. Under the hood, one will potentially find a MediaTek Helio P10 processor (Cortex-A53 cores) clocked at 2 GHz and Mali-T860 GPU clocked at 700MHz. It will come with 3 GB of RAM and with a purported native storage space of 32 GB.

As for the camera features, rumor has it that it will carry a 13-megapixel primary camera with optical image stabilization. There is no word yet regarding the front camera but since the HTC X10 is said to largely mimic the HTC One X9, the front camera may be 5 megapixels only. Reports also reveal that the upcoming device is most likely going to be made out of metal just like its predecessor.

Apparently, HTC isn't planning to do so many changes with the HTC X10 especially since the company is believed to release its new flagship device next year too. Fans will have to stay tuned to find out more details on the mid-ranger.

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