HTC has been struggling from quite sometime now. Its revenue and market share are on steady decline since last year. However, Taiwanese smartphone maker hasn’t thrown in the towel. It’s doing all it can to turn around the scenario. For instance, it launched two awesome budget smartphones last year aimed at Indian smartphone market. It also bagged the contract of developing Nexus devices for next three years in partnership with Google.


In its latest move company has come out with its flagship product for 2016, dubbed HTC 10. It’s clearly the best flagship product that company has ever made. The specs of device are quite promising. Let’s take a look at them in detail:

  • Performance: HTC 10 has been loaded with a 2.2GHz 64-bit Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM. This powerful hardware has been given even more power by removing all the bloatware apps and installing a clean version of OS. The device also comes pre-loaded with Boost+ app to provide smooth processing while consuming less battery at the same time.
  • Display: 5.15 inch curved display with 2560 x 1440 pixels resolution, which translates to a very high pixel density of 564 ppi. Plus, it has got Gorilla Glass protection. Easily one of the best smartphone displays out in the market.
  • Camera: 12MP main camera and 5MP front camera. Both are BSI sensors, and both come with Optical Image Stabilization. The rear-camera is capable of shooting 4K videos, and the front can also capture Full-HD videos with ease. Plus, it has also got a feature called “Voice Selfie”, which is pretty self-explanatory. The rear camera can record slow motion videos too. Speed has been given priority here as well – the camera app opens fast, and focuses fast even if you’re capturing in burst mode.
  • Platform:  It’s running Android 6 Marshmallow out of the box with HTC Sense UI.
  • Storage: It comes with 32GB of internal storage, out of which 23 GB can be accessed by the user. And the expendable memory is a whooping 2TB.
  • Battery: HTC is proudly touting the fact that its 3000 mAh battery inside HTC 10 can last for 2 days. Company’s official HTC 10 site says that every part of the OS and applications have been optimized to run smoothly, which has contributed to this standby time.The battery can also be charged quickly, thanks to Quick Charge 3.0 rapid charger.

The company has made it clear HTC 10 will be launched in India soon, but no launch date has been provided yet. But don’t worry – we’ll let you know as soon as it’s announced. Just keep checking back!