First Quad HD Sense 8.0 wallpaper (for HTC 10) leaks out - download it here

First Quad HD Sense 8.0 wallpaper (for HTC 10) leaks out - download it here
The HTC 10 is coming soon - we already know this. The new smartphone will be officially announced on April 12, probably hitting shelves not long after that. According to rumors, the HTC 10 will run Android Marshmallow with Sense 8.0 UI, while sporting a Quad HD screen (of 5.1, or 5.2 inches).

HTC ROM developer @LlabTooFeR seems to be confirming the existence of a Quad HD display and Sense 8.0 by unveiling what he calls the "first Sense 8.0 wallpaper for Quad HD screens." The wallpaper is similar to what we've seen in a previously leaked HTC 10 render, and will most likely be one of the new phone's built-in wallpapers. You can download it on your device by tapping / right clicking on it below (mind you, this is a 2880 x 2560 pixels image).

While we don't know exactly what Sense 8.0 UI will bring, we have a pretty good idea about the hardware of the HTC 10 (known until some time ago as One M10). The smartphone is supposed to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor paired with 4 GB of RAM. HTC already let the world know that the upcoming handset will offer "world first, world class, front and back" cameras, plus "boom" sound. Other features should include a fingerprint scanner embedded in the home button, up to 64 GB of internal memory (likely expandable), and a 3000 mAh battery.

When it comes to design, the HTC 10 breaks away from the One M series (including the One M9, One M8, and One M7) by adopting a One A9-like appearance. It remains to be seen if that's a good thing. What do you say?

source: @LlabTooFeR (Twitter)

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