Latest HTC 10 Teaser Is All About The Audio

The HTC 10 is the latest smartphone coming from HTC and is expected to see its unveiling on April 12. As is normally the case with such incoming launches for major Android smartphones, the internet has been inundated recently with a number of leaks and teasers. A number of which has come from HTC as they look to increase the exposure of the handset prior to its release by teasing a number of the features including the camera and audio capabilities. So far, these teasers have come under the collective #powerof10 banner and the latest one has now surfaced this morning.

Through the usual means of arrival (social media) HTC has sent out its latest ‘Power of 10’ teaser and this one looks to once again focus on the audio capabilities. Most of the recent teasers have come in a rather simple image format with some brief referencing to the image, while today’s teaser comes along with a short 39 second video. One which makes it clear that the HTC 10 will be in part an audio-focused handset. Although, the video does not give too much away except for mentioning that they “want you to experience flawless high fidelity on your phone.” Followed by the sentient “we’re bringing you the best BoomSound yet.

As mentioned, the finer details on what these audio capabilities entail were not covered much in the video, although consistent with the previous teasers, HTC does note that “you’ll hear it” while further confirming the launch date of April 12. So it will not be too long before more details on the hi-res audio abilities of the HTC 10 are made public. In the meantime though, it is worth noting that a new leaked images of the HTC 10 in white surfaced a little earlier today. This is the latest in a number of images which have come through and which have all provided quite the number of views of what the smartphone will look like when HTC does take to the stage next week. If you want to check out the latest video teasing the hi-res audio capabilities of the HTC 10 then you can below.

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