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HTC 10 will go on sale starting April 15

Mar 27, 2016

HTC 10 will go on sale starting April 15: Finally folk’s rumors say HTC 10 will go on sale starting April 15 for new stylish Smartphone generations.

After literally dozens of leaks about it, the HTC 10 is finally set to become official next month.HTC 10

HTC 10 will go on sale starting April 15

HTC’s Chairwoman Cher Wang apologized to shareholders for the disappointing recent performance, adding that the company will launch a “hero product” in October 2015.

She also said that HTC would make significant improvements in innovations and design for the next flagship model next year.

It seems like you’ll be able to watch a video stream of the introduction online on the HTC website. What isn’t very clear is whether the event will be online-only, or if HTC has planned something offline as well in the three cities mentioned in the image you can see below.

If there’s going to be a media event taking place somewhere in New York, London, and Taipei, then we’ll surely hear more about that once the company starts sending out invites.

Expect HTC’s teaser campaign for the 10 to continue until April 15, even though we already know pretty much everything about the device through past leaks, from what it looks like to its specs.

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While we already knew that the HTC 10 will be unveiled on April 15, thanks to a new leak, we now also have some idea on when the phone will go on sale. The rumor says the device will be released on April 15 in HTC’s home country of Taiwan.

Also Read: HTC 10 Smartphone specifications, features Leaked

The phone – which has already been the subject of several leaks, rumors, and teasers – is said to be powered by an SD820 SoC, and sport a 5.15-inch QHD LCD. Other rumored specs include 4GB/32GB memory configuration, USB Type C, 3,000mAh battery, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

According to leaks on Chinese forums, several prototypes were rejected and this has prevented an earlier launch.