Smartphone leakster Evan Blass has revealed two new important details regarding the upcoming HTC flagship smartphone.
According to the trusted leakster, the HTC 10 will feature a Super LCD 5 display and not AMOLED as suggested previously. Almost all previous HTC flagship smartphones have used Super LCD panels, so we’re not too surprised to hear that the company’s 2016 flagship will continue with the same panel type. The display size still remains unconfirmed though, although it will most likely be a 5.2-inch panel as revealed by HTC leakster @LlabTooFeR a few weeks back.
The second and equally as interesting bit of info revealed by the leakster has to do with the device’s battery. The HTC 10 will reportedly feature a 3000mAh capacity battery inside, which is lower than what a few rumors had been claiming. Nevertheless, it is still pretty decent and on par with the Samsung Galaxy S7.
The HTC 10 is expected to be officially unveiled on April 19th.
Source: Evan Blass