HTC 10 will feature new BoomSound

HTC 10

Recently, HTC officially confirmed that its latest next generation flagship smartphone HTC 10, will be unveiled on April 12. The HTC 10 was initially known as HTC One M10 and is almost certainly a finished product now. Recently HTC USA has posted a teaser tweet stating that the HTC 10 will have a new kind of boom sound. Boom Sound has been a trademark feature of HTC’s previous flagship phones like the One M9, One M8, and One M7. Due to a combination of dual front-facing speakers, built-in amps and software optimization, all of these flagship devices delivered superior and optimal sound.

HTC 10
With the latest HTC 10 teaser, it seems the company is trying to tell us that the speakers of HTC 10 will have a smaller footprint, but they will be just as powerful as the previous flagship smartphone’s speakers. The image on the tweet seems to indicate that the device will, in fact, have dual speakers. However, there have been speculations that the top line of audio elements represents one speaker while the row of five larger, elongated ovals in the bottom represents another set of speakers.  The way HTC has been making claims about the brilliance of the upcoming flagship device has made everyone eager and hopeful. Of course, time will tell if the statements are in fact true or not.

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HTC 10

Aside from the Boom audio sound, HTC 10 features a Quad HD Super LCD 5 screen. The display screen size is expected to be 5.1 or 5.2 inches with 1440 x 2560 pixels. The smartphone will also feature “the world first, world class, front and back” cameras. According to rumors, the rear camera of the HTC 10 should be a 12 MP Ultra Pixel one, details on the front-facing camera are currently unknown.
What are your thoughts on the latest flagship device? Are you interested in buying the HTC M10?

 

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