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More HTC 10 details emerge: Super LCD 5 display and 3000 mAh battery

More HTC 10 details emerge: Super LCD 5 display and 3000 mAh battery
The ever-reliable Evan Blass has dished a few more alleged details on the forthcoming HTC 10. The display, he notes via Twitter, will be of the Super LCD 5 variety as opposed to AMOLED, while the device itself will be powered by a 3000 mAh battery. 

The main apparent difference between Super LCD and traditional LCD is that no air gap exists between the outer glass and the actual display component. This helps to reduce glare and thus increase visibility, while also using less power. The display type is primarily employed by HTC, and given the company's ongoing financial woes, the panel – and the rest of the device, for that matter – will need to impress. 

HTC has already suggested that the 10's camera will be something to savor. The idea of a "world first, world class" shooter is rather exciting, though we have heard similar rumblings of HTC camera tech in the past – only to be disappointed. 

A previous sighting offered a fairly good look at what HTC's next flagship may look like in the flesh, while a talented designer has since offered some beautiful, accurate-looking renders of the handset from every angle. 

As well as the much-hyped rear camera – just the one this time, apparently – the Super LCD display will reportedly be a quad-HD effort boasting a resolution of 1440 x 2560. Under the hood, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor will likely be the brains of the operation, while a fingerprint sensor may be baked into the home button. 

There will likely be a handful of different colors on offer. If you do have your eye on this handset, though, you'll probably have a bit of a wait on. It's not set to launch until April 19th, which is still a good month away. 

One has to wonder, then, how many potential HTC 10 buyers will already be wielding a Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 edge or LG G5 by that time. 

source: Evan Blass via Neowin

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