HTC has been rumoured to be working on the successor to its One X9 smartphone, called as the HTC One X10. Apparently, the launch of the upcoming mobile is expected to be sooner than later as a promotional poster of HTC One X10 has been leaked online revealing the design and big battery specifications.
As per the HTC One X10’s leaked poster, the device will feature a stylish design as it mentioned ‘big style meets bigger battery’. The poster was shared by famous tipster Evan Blass via Twitter. The poster also revealed the rear panel design of the smartphone. It has a camera with a flash module and a fingerprint scanner at the back. It is worth mentioning that the phone’s design in the latest leak resembles exactly with the live images which were leaked earlier this year in February.
HTC was expected to release its One X10 smartphone at the January event, however, it launched HTC U Ultra and U Play smartphone instead. Furthermore, Blass shared another image of the One X10 smartphone which shows front and rear shots which were said to be leaked in January. Thus, the final product is expected to be in line with the all the images that have popped up earlier on the internet. The device is likely to be priced around CNY 2,000 (roughly Rs 19,500).
HTC One X10 is expected to have similar features as its predecessor, the One X9 but it is believed come with a downgrade in terms of processor. HTC One X9 boasts a more resourceful 2.2GHz MediaTek Helio X10 processor. Last year in November, the HTC One X10 was rumoured to have certified in Russia following six other smartphones.
The prior HTC One X10 leaks suggested that it will be a budget mobile and will feature a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixels) display. Under its hood, there will be a 1.9GHz MediaTek Helio P10 processor paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The HTC One X10 will offer a 16MP primary rear camera and an 8MP front-facing camera.
Based on the information from the leaked poster, the HTC One X10 will have a large battery equipped on it which is believed to be sufficient enough to manage all-day activities efficiently.