New image of HTC One X10 mid-ranger leaks

Early in January, when everyone was still accidentally writing 2016 on their checks, tipster Evan Blass posted a tweet about the HTC One X10. This is a mid range model that would be a sequel to the HTC One X9. Blass' missive included an image of the One X10 along with the news that the phone would be unveiled some time in the first quarter. We are a little more than half way through that three month period, and to be honest with you, we sort of lost track of the HTC One X10. It wasn't like HTC didn't have the new U Ultra and HTC U Play to occupy the part of our brain that deals with the manufacturer.

As it turns out, a new image of the HTC One X10 has been published today. The image shows the phone as it will appear out of the box with the original screen protector/sticker on top of the display.The picture does happen to match the picture that was tweeted out by Blass at the beginning of the year.

The HTC One X10 is rumored to feature a 5.5-inch screen carrying a 1080 x 1920 resolution. Under the hood we expect to find the MediaTek MT6755 chipset with an octa-core 1.9GHz CPU and the Mali-T860 GPU (clocked at 700Mhz). A 16MP camera is found on back with an 8MP front-facing camera to snap selfies and handle video chats. The price of the handset will reportedly be in the area of $288 USD.

We could see the phone unveiled in Barcelona at MWC. The show starts officially on February 27th.

source: Slashleaks



1. Mreveryphone

Posts: 1859; Member since: Apr 22, 2014

Holy bezels!

2. Hyperreal

Posts: 363; Member since: Oct 08, 2013

Bezels are fine. Stop this cr@p talking. But, there uses to be FRONT FIRING SPEAKERS there on one x9 model! HTC, why?!?!

3. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

Those bezels are fine? The LG G2 says hello! Besides, front-firing speakers once was a logical excuse for those HTC bezels... But now that HTC has been omitting front-facing speakers, wonder why them bezels haven't reduced as well!

4. maherk

Posts: 7054; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

Why are people getting this brainwashed and this obsessed with bezels? As long as the side bezels are thin, why does it matter how big the forehead and chin of the phone are? For me I am hating the way smartphones are evolving, soon we will be left out with no space to rest out fingers while using our smartphones.

5. trojan_horse

Posts: 5868; Member since: May 06, 2016

It ain't about brainwashing to me. I don't mind the size of the top and bottom bezels on a regular smartphone, as 5 inches or below ain't burdensome (for me) to manipulate single-handedly... but I can't tolerate huge bezels on a phablet, as it makes one-hand manipulation and handling more complicated than it already is. LG G3 is an example of what bezels can be on a 5.5-inch phablet.

6. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

another bastardized low-end at mid-ranger pricetag by HTC btw MediaTek MT6755 is Helio P10 and it's from 2015, and is slower than helio X10.. they should quit low-end and mid-ranger market ASAP..

8. Duncdawg26

Posts: 189; Member since: Jan 20, 2017

Completely agreed. P10 = worthless. Secondly, I desire smaller bezels on a phone for better pocketability. I personally don't want a 5.5 screen because current phones with included bezels can be to big to fit in my pocket easily. If 5.5 screen phone was the size of a 5.2 screen phone, I'd be all over it

7. johnh3

Posts: 150; Member since: Aug 23, 2012

I had the impression that HTC was supposed to leave the low end market and only make high end phones? But it seems they still will releasing that kind of phones. Anyway I think HTC will have a hard time to survive. Many dealers have stopp selling their phones.

9. hungpakto

Posts: 48; Member since: Sep 30, 2016

HTC, Help This Company

10. hungpakto

Posts: 48; Member since: Sep 30, 2016

MediaTek = dead

11. Derass

Posts: 149; Member since: Aug 06, 2015

Looks very much like my original One X. Great design staying true to that product family. Too bad they ditched the dual-speakers that were on the X9.

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