HTC One X10 a sequel to last year’s 5.5-inch One X9 phablet first views leakes — reported by VentureBeat. As the first looks from reporter suggests HTC One X10 will be more of a refresh than an actual upgrade of the one year old HTC One X9.
The upcoming phablet tend to have less powerful MediaTek MT6755V/C processor clocked at 1.9GHz and paired with a Mali T860 graphics processor, compared to the 2.2GHz octa-core MT6795 SoC in the One X9.
The One X10 will have the same RAM/ROM combination of 3GB and 32GB of storage, along with an identical 5.5-inch screen resolution of 1080 x 1920,
The only improvements, at least on paper, are found in the X10’s imaging capabilities. Its 16.3 megapixel rear camera and 7.9 megapixel front cam both exceed the maximum resolutions of the X9, with its 13 megapixel and 5 megapixel sensors, respectively.
According to a report out of China late last year, HTC is preparing a total of three handsets for release in the first quarter of the year. X10 is one of them, while another goes by the codename Ocean Note, a higher end phablet with a curved screen and reported industry-leading camera. The third model, then, should be HTC’s mass market flagship for the year, a followup to 2016’s HTC 10.
The upcoming One X10 will keep the One X9′s 3GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage, while the display will feature a 5.5-inch 1080p HD display.
The one improvement appears to the One X10′s cameras. On the back, the One X10 will boast a 16.3MP camera, while the front will have a 7.9MP shooter. The One X9 features a 13MP and 5MP, respectively.
The report states that HTC will launch the One X10 sometime in later this month, but there’s no exact date to circle on the calendar just yet.