Introducing the latest addition to the mid-tier “One-X” family, the HTC One X10 is a hybrid between both old and new HTC designs. It packs a metal body with 5.5-inch screen that has 1080p display. It is available in both black and silver color.
Powered by a MediaTek Helio P10 processor, 3GB RAM, an expandable 32GB storage, the HTC One X10 is quite a fast phone. It also has a fingerprint scanner at its back, though the front appears like that of an HTC 10 (minus the fingerprint sensor). It also has a solid 4,000mAh battery that according to HTC can deliver up to two days of non-stop functioning.
HTC One X10 has dual SIM support, with both slots having 4G LTE capabilities. It’s camera is a fine camera with a 16MP sensor, f/2.0 lens for the back and an 8MP f/2.2 selfie camera. All of these are being controled by HTC’s Sense software and its “Boost+” feature, which speeds up the phone’s performance.
The only issue with the phone is the unknown version of Android that is being used by the HTC One X10. It is a problem for most because MediaTek-based phones are usually running on the outdated 6.0 Marshmallow.
The phone is to be released in Russia, with no updates when or if it will be released to other markets as well.