The HTC Bolt is the latest smartphone to be announced by HTC in the US. In fact, the US is currently the only place you can pick the HTC Bolt up and Sprint is the only carrier currently able to sell the device. Likewise, there has been no direct or official confirmation that the HTC Bolt will be available elsewhere in the world. However, one device that is expected to be unveiled soon enough is the rumored 'HTC 10 Evo'. Now, the current rumors and expectations do highly suggest that the HTC 10 Evo is actually the HTC Bolt. Just the international version. Therefore, if the rumors are correct, then it looks like the international version of the HTC Bolt is about to be formally announced on November 22.
A report out of the Taiwanese website, Sogi, is today reporting that invites have been sent out to the Taiwanese media for an event on November 22. Although, it is worth pointing out that in spite of what will be a Taiwan-based event, it is largely understood that this model will become widely available outside of the US, including in Europe. While the invite does not specifically state that the HTC 10 Evo will be announced at the event, this is largely the assumption being made. Especially as the invite seems to be hinting at water and more specifically, water-resistance. Which is a trait of the HTC Bolt as it comes with an IP57 waterproof certification.
Needless to say, at this is largely expected to be an international variant of the HTC Bolt, most, if not all, of the specs are also expected to be the same. Therefore, barring any unexpected changes, the HTC 10 Evo is likely to come packing a 5.5-inch display with a QHD resolution. Inside, you can expect to find 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor. Cameras will likely be a 16-megapixel rear camera, along with an 8-megapixel front-facing camera, while additional features will likely include a fingerprint sensor, USB Type-C and Android 7.0 (Nougat) out of the box. Lastly, if this is the HTC Bolt, then it should also be expected to come without a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Either way, all is likely to become clear on November 22.