HTC One X10 images give us a closer look at the phone’s design
The HTC One X10 came into the spotlight a few months back when two images surfaced which revealed the front and the back of the phone. While we got a sense of what the phone would look like, it was hard to make out the details.
Yesterday, Evan Blass shared a new HTC One X10 image which appears to come directly from HTC. The text emphasizes the phone’s design and battery capacity in addition to highlighting the One X10’s aluminum back panel.
With a little help, we were able to dig up two more images which show the front and back of the phone at slightly different angles. I’m assuming that these images have been created for the HTC One X10’s web page or for promotional materials for the device. Based on previous rumors, the device is expected to have 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, but we still don’t know when or even if the One X10 will be released.
If HTC does get around to releasing this device, we’d hoping it’s at a fairly attractive price. The mid-range specs of the HTC One X10 are only worth considering if the phone sells for roughly $300.