Details of the HTC One X10’s design revealed
The HTC U Ultra and U Play may feature HTC’s new design language, but the upcoming HTC One X10 is expected to show up with a design which feels 2-3 years hold. New images of the HTC One X10 have surfaces which show the front and back of the phone. Like its predecessor, the HTC One X10 appear to be build from metal and plastic. The front appears to be perfectly replicated from the HTC Desire 10 Pro while the back looks like a cheap knockoff of the HTC 10 with a round fingerprint sensor placed in the middle.
Suffice to say, the HTC One X10 isn’t going to be winning any awards for its good looks.
As of now, the HTC One X10 is expected to sport a 5.5-inch 1080p display, a mid-range MediaTek processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 16MP and 8MP cameras and a fingerprint sensor. The rumored specifications of the phone are pretty close to those of the HTC U Play, but the One X10 will likely sell for $100-$150 less.
Hopefully, HTC will be revealing the HTC One X10 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week.
Source: Weibo via Android Police