The HTC 10 is now official and the recent launch has given the public plenty to think about in terms of what HTC has on offer with the 10, and like many flagship device launches HTC has released a series of videos which highlight different features of the phone. Each video tends to focus on a different aspect of the device that is worth pinpointing just a little bit more than simply listing its existence. To recap, the HTC 10 comes equipped with a 5.2-inch Quad HD display with HTC choosing a Super-LCD 5 panel over the rumored Super AMOLED, coming in with a resolution of 2560 x 1440.
On the back it comes with a 12-megapixel UltraPixel camera sensor with optical image stabilization, and on the front it carries a smaller 5-megapixel UltraPixel camera that also has OIS. On the inside it’s powered by Qualcomm’s 64-bit Snapdragon 820 processor alongside the Adreno 530 GPU for the graphics processing, and it comes with 4GB of RAM for memory as well as 32GB or 64GB for internal storage options. Of course, consumers can also expand on that storage with a microSD card if either standard option just isn’t enough space. The HTC 10 comes powered by a 3,000mAh battery and support USB Type C, and will come running Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box. HTC has been pushing the fact that they’ve put the HTC 10 through a slight redesign and made sure that the new device is rugged and up to the task of surviving everyday life. With 168 hours of torture testing, the new design – which is available in a number of different colors – looks good, and there are some closer looks in the design video below.
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HTC have put together a concise and easily-understood video for each major feature of the device, which is a nice touch as it allows users to quick and easily see just what the HTC 10 will mean to their specific tastes and what they’re looking for in a smartphone. As for the videos, we’ve embedded them below for you to watch while at work, on the way home or just catching up on the day’s news after work.