The HTC 10 is one of the best devices of the year, even though its sales are not exactly booming. HTC's sales haven't been great for a long time now, despite the fact this company makes some really compelling devices. HTC is trying their best in order to change their fortunes, and get back to the right path, the company had even agreed to manufacture Google's Pixel handsets, and it seems like that might help them stay afloat for a while longer, and maybe even improve their current situation. Now, we've been seeing quite a few rumors and leaks regarding the HTC Bolt, the company's upcoming smartphone. This handset had recently leaked, and it seems like it also paid a visit to the FCC, read on.
According to the source, the HTC Bolt came to the FCC recently, and is carrying the NM82PYB200 FCC ID. We don't really have a direct link or anything of the sort, though, the image included down below is all the proof we have at the moment. In any case, the HTC Bolt will ship with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box it seems, which will make it HTC's first smartphone to ship with Nougat, and perhaps even HTC's first smartphone to run Nougat altogether, it all depends on when will the company release this smartphone. That being said, the HTC Bolt is expected to ship with a 5.5-inch fullHD display, along with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable internal storage. The phone will be fueled by one of Qualcomm's SoCs, though we're still not sure which one. The 18-megapixel camera will be placed on the back of the HTC Bolt, which is quite interesting, and a 3.5mm headphone jack is also expected to be included here.
Now, if a recent leak is to be believed, we're looking at a device quite similar to the HTC 10 in terms of the design, at least as far as its build materials, and front side design are concerned. The HTC Bolt will sport a home key flanked by two capacitive keys, and we're still not sure whether this will be a physical home key, or just a capacitive one. Chances are that this button will double as a fingerprint scanner, and interestingly enough, the phone's dual-LED flash sensor will be placed above the rear-facing camera.