HTC says the (One M)10 features "the best Boom Sound yet"
BoomSound was a defining feature on HTC's older flagship smartphones, including last year's One M9, so we're curious to see exactly how it's been improved, especially since the HTC 10 seems to have smaller front-facing speakers compared to its predecessors.
The best BoomSound yet sounds promising, right?sporting a 5.1-inch Quad HD Super LCD 5 display, the HTC 10 is probably powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. According to HTC, the handset can offer "the fastest and smoothest" Android experience around, while its rear and front cameras should be "world first, world class."
Based on the leaked photos and renders we've seen until now, the HTC 10 should be available in several color variants, including black, silver, white, and gold (or maybe rose gold). The handset could go on sale as soon as April 15, though this may happen only in Taiwan, with other markets getting the device a bit later.
Alongside the HTC 10 flagship, on April 12, HTC might also announce a new mid-range Desire smartphone, though we don't know too much about this particular device. Needless to say, we'll be here to let you know all about HTC's upcoming smartphones as soon as official details are available.