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The HTC 10 (One M10) features some kind of new "boom" sound

The HTC 10 (One M10) features some kind of new "boom" sound
Yesterday, HTC confirmed that its next-generation flagship smartphone - initially known as One M10, but probably called justHTC 10 - will be officially announced on April 12. Today, the company has more to share about its new handset: according to a teaser tweet posted minutes ago (see below), the device will come with some kind of new "boom" sound. As you probably know, BoomSound has been among the trademark features of HTC's previous flagship phones - including the One M9, One M8, and One M7. All these handsets delivered superior sound thanks to a combination of dual front-facing speakers, built-in amps, and software optimization.

What HTC is seemingly trying to tell us with the new teaser image is that, while the speakers of the HTC 10 have a smaller footprint, they'll still be just as powerful as the ones that older One M flagships are offering. Of course, we'll have to wait until we actually test the upcoming smartphone to see if that's true.

"Boom" audio aside, the HTC 10 is expected to feature a Quad HD Super LCD 5 screen (measuring 5.1 inches, or 5.2 inches), "world first, world class, front and back" cameras, 4 GB of RAM, a 3000 mAh battery, and Android Marshmallow with Sense 8.0 UI. Like other flagship smartphones of 2016 - including the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5 - the HTC 10 will likely be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor.

What do you think of the HTC 10 thus far?

source: HTC (Twitter)

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