Earlier this year, the HTC U ULTRA and U play have been announced and recently. Recently, they have covertly announced the HTC One X10 and it is said to be the direct successor to the HTC One X9.
The HTC One X10 has been central in a lot of recent speculations. More recently, it has been suggested that the phone will boast a bigger and stronger battery design. Overall, this version of HTC seems to be an enhanced version of the One X9.
For the moment, the Taiwanese manufacturer has shown its new phone to the public only in the Russian phone market. No reports as of yet about a global launch and because of this, it’s expected to be launched for sale only in Russia this month. It’s safe to assume that they will eventually release the HTC One X10 globally not too long after its Russian release.
The device will apparently be release in two color types, a Black and Silver variant, and at a price range of approximately $350. When it comes to specifications, we can clearly see that it’s a real successor to the HTC One X9. It supports the HTC BoomSound audio experience enhancer which, sadly, has been seen in the previous phone.
The HTC One X10 came into the spotlight thanks to the battery it was announced to have. The 4000mAh battery will be able to keep the phone on for 26 hours of constant talking and use and apparently, it will have the possibility to remain on for 31 days while in standby with only the 3G network connected. The battery also has fast-charging support integrated.
HTC has not yet released any information about a global launch yet, nor about the availability of the One X10 but speculations on the internet would suggest that the global launch date will announced soon.