HTC 10 evo
24th Nov 2016
153.59 x 77.3 x 8.09 mm
Super LCD 3
2560 x 1440 px
Gorilla Glass 5
Qualcomm Snapdragon 810
octa-core up to 2.0 Ghz
Qualcomm Adreno 430 GPU
2 TB microSD
Android 7.0 with HTC Sense
Optical Image Stabilization (OIS)
Dual LED flash
Pro mode with manual conttrol, long exposure, and RAW format support
Slow motion video (720P@120 fps)
4K video recording with Hi-Res audio
Auto Selfie (keep still or smile)
Self timer up to 10 seconds
Full HD 1080p video recording
Power saving mode
Extreme power saving mode
Quick Charge 2.0
FDD: Bands 1,3,5,7,8,20,28
TDD: Bands 38, 40, 41
Wi-Fi®: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz)
Streaming media from the phone to compatible Chromecast, DLNA™, AirPlay™, Miracast™ Devices
HTC is all set to launch the HTC 1o EVO in India tomorrow, the company also sent out invites earlier this week. The new evo is designed much like the HTC 10 but features a IP57 splash and dust resistant body. The HTC 10 evo was sold as the HTC 10 bolt in the US market with Sprint as the network carrier.
The new HTC 10 ev0 will revive the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset but will ship with Android 7 out of the box. The phone has a 3200 mAh battery and will support quick charge 2.0 via a USB Type C port.
The display on the HTC 10 evo is a 5.5 inch 2560 x 1440 px Super LCD 3 display with a Pixel density at 534 ppi (pixel per inch). The evo has 3 GB RAM and 32 GB Storage and can accept upto 2TB microSD cards. The phone also supports flex storage.
The phone has interesting features in built like a selfie panorama and thanks to Android 7 out of the box it also will work flawlessly with multi-window multi-tasking.
With a 16 MP 4k capable camera and an 8 MP front camera the HTC 10 evo completes the optics. But, the real question is, why is HTC bringing such dated specs to a new smartphone. The HTC 10 evo is set to replace the HTC One A9 which was a fantastic mid-high ranger smartphone from the company last year.