HTC Bolt (HTC 10 evo) might be announced this month

HTC Bolt (HTC 10 evo) might be announced this month
Initially expected to be released in October, the HTC Bolt / HTC 10 evo has yet to make an official appearance. However, it looks like the smartphone will finally be announced this month.

According to ePrice, the HTC Bolt / HTC 10 evo should be available to pre-order starting late November - at least in Taiwan, HTC's home country. If that's true, an official announcement is imminent.

As previously reported, the upcoming handset could be called HTC Bolt in the US (where Sprint is seemingly getting ready to sell it), and HTC 10 evo in other markets. It's said that the Bolt / 10 evo will not have a 3.5 mm headset jack, thus becoming HTC's first modern smartphone to ditch the standard audio port.

Similar to the HTC 10 flagship, the HTC Bolt seems to be made out of metal, having a fingerprint scanner on the front, below the display. The display itself should be a 5.5-inch one, but it's not clear if we're talking about 1080p or Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) resolution here. Other expected features include 3 GB of RAM, 64 GB of internal memory, microSD card support, and Android 7.0 Nougat. Do you think you'd be interested in an HTC phone like this? 


source: ePrice (translated)

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