At the start of 2017 we shared a leak about a 5.5” HTC One X10. The phone was allegedly powered by the Mediatek Helio P10, has a 16.3 MP main camera and a circular fingerprint sensor on the back with no physical buttons on the front. And the latest leaked images prove that.
The images reveal a device with a single camera on the back (as P10 doesn't support dual cam setup) with dual LED flash, a circular fingerprint sensor, a power button on the right side along with the volume rocker. The display is 5.5” Full HD and there is 3GB RAM underneath.
Leaks also suggest a price of CNY1,200 which translates to $174. If this info is correct, HTC might trying to compete with the likes of Meizu and Xiaomi for the already stacked “cheap and good enough” market.
The only thing that nags me right now is what is the difference between the X10 and the Desire 10 Pro. Both using Helio P10, the Desire 10 Pro actually has a 20 MP rear camera and is also available in a 3GB RAM/32GB ROM version. I feel HTC is being r...
I used one of the "Made in China" X9's, they were good devices. I think this particular device, like the old X9, is actually a LongCheer ODM device, and is hence made in Dongguan, China.
I'd count LG, but definitely not Samsung. The buttons' placement is 100% copied from iPhone