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Get Your Hands On Even More HTC 10 Wallpapers

March 30, 2016 - Written By Justin Diaz

Over the last several weeks, HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone that is now known as the HTC 10 has leaked in more than a few ways. There have ben image leaks of the device that appear to show off the phone’s final design although it has yet to be confirmed by HTC, and it likely won’t be prior to the event for the phone  unveiling on April 12th. HTC themselves have also put out a few teasers that make certain claims about the device, from new booming audio to the fastest and smoothest Android experience around. There have also been a couple of leaks of the official wallpapers from the phone, and as of today users who are eager to have some fresh and colorful looking new backdrops for their homescreen can get their hands on even more wallpapers from the HTC 10.

All of the wallpapers for the device are made with the Quad HD screen in mind that will be part of the new HTC 10, so expect the images to be a little larger in file size but not too big, although they should also be of better sharpness and clarity since they are designed for a higher resolution display, which means they should look great on screens with Full HD resolution and below too.

Out of today’s drop, there are four new wallpapers in total which brings the amount to eight wallpapers off of the device. All four of the wallpapers can be found below in the full resolution and untouched from the original state they were provided, but you can also grab the previous wallpapers that have leaked from the Mega Upload link posted by the source. The HTC 10 is rumored to have the Snapdragon 820 processor inside and come with a Super LCD 5 screen as opposed to the previously rumored AMOLED panel, and recent benchmarks point to a 5.1-inch display, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage space for the device, which users should also expect will be accompanied by a microSD card slot for expandable storage. It also appears to be coming with a fingerprint sensor on the front which doubles as a home button just like the one HTC has used for the One A9 that launched last Fall.