The HTC Desire 10 Pro specs have allegedly shown up on GFXBench as of earlier this afternoon, showing off what consumers could expect from the device which is part of a pair of new Desire 10 phones that HTC reportedly has in the works. Alongside the HTC Desire 10 Pro, HTC is also said to have the Desire 10 Lifestyle slated for release in the future as well which had specs leak on AnTuTu earlier this morning. Although the specs aren't coming officially from HTC themselves, with leaked specs out in the open users will have at least some potential hardware details to place alongside the leaked images of the Desire 10 Pro which surfaced online back on the 13th of this month.
According to the leaked benchmark test, the HTC Desire 10 Pro will come running on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, which may seem a tad bit surprising considering that Android 7.0 Nougat was just launched earlier this week, but not so much so when you consider that HTC has likely been working on this device for a little while. Aside from the Android version which is potentially launching with this device, the benchmark also lists that the Desire 10 Pro will also come with a 5.1-inch display that has a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440.
Driving the performance of the phone will be Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 CPU and Adreno 530 GPU for the graphics, which are both looking to be paired with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space if the benchmark is to be believed. These specs shouldn't be too surprising given the word "pro" in the name, but it's also worth keeping in mind that these aren't confirmed so the specs could certainly be different in a production version of the device once it hits the market. When it comes to the cameras, the Desire 10 Pro looks to have a 12MP rear-facing camera on board with autofocus, face detection, and LED flash with the capability to record video in 4K, while the front camera will be a 5MP shooter for selfies and video chat. There's no mention of the battery capacity unfortunately, but if the other specs listed on the benchmark end up a reality, the battery may be close to what HTC has used in the HTC 10 that launched earlier this year.