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HTC has been one of the leading names when it comes to the world of technology. The company has been around for quite a while and has been doing a good job when it comes to the world of Smartphone. HTC is particularly known for their Smartphone which leave an impact on the users.

The company has been coming out with many Smartphone which have innovated the way we know hardware technology to be.

HTC’s Smartphone have managed to bring out a major, much needed change in the offerings, and the company has always surprised the markets with their design and product innovations. One can almost say that HTC to the world of Android, what Apple is to Smartphone technology – an innovator in hardware technology.

The company has currently been going through some major troubles as sales have been falling in the recent times, and HTC has been struggling making both ends meet.

However, the company is quite positive that the coming years will be kinder to them than the past few have been. HTC has been tapping even in the VR markets now. However, Smartphone remaining the focus, the company is now expected to come out with their latest flagship device – the HTC 10.

HTC 10 has been anticipated to be announced anytime soon since January, but it now looks like the date has all been set, and the HTC 10 will indeed be coming out on the 12th of April. In the past there had been a lot of confusion over the branding, as the company has been working towards dropping towards the HTC One branding, and will debut the phone as just HTC 10. The ‘10’ was confirmed as #PowerOf10 is expected to be their major campaign around the same.

HTC has made the invite official, and while they have not told what exactly do they plan to show off, it is anticipated to be the HTC 10.

The device is expected to release with a 5.1 inched screen, Snapdragon 820 and will run on 4GB of RAM along with 32GB of storage, much like most other modern day flagship devices.

Design wise, the HTC 10 is expected to be quite similar to the HTC A9. The HTC 10 is expected to come out with a 4000mAh battery. While we don’t know the camera specs as of now, it is said that the camera is really exciting this time around. Keep following us as we update you with the latest story on the HTC 10 on the 12th of April.

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