Even though its next flagship smartphone has basically been leaked dozens of times already, HTC is continuing its teaser campaign for the handset. Soon the number of teasers put out for the HTC 10 will equal the number of leaks and rumors we've seen about it, at this rate.
Anyway, the newest HTC 10 teaser is a video once again, and this time around the main focus is the upcoming phone's camera. Is it a coincidence that HTC chose to release this teaser today of all days, mere hours after Huawei took the wraps off its camera-centric flagship duo for 2016? It's impossible to say, but the timing does kind of make today a big "smartphone camera" day.
According to HTC's claims, the HTC 10 will be "the best ever smartphone for shooting photos and videos". That's... quite a lot of promise to live up to, so hopefully the phone will be able to do that. We've seen a lot of great cameras on smartphones lately, so the HTC 10 should really impress in order to be worthy of this hype.
The video teaser is probably filled with HTC 10 sample shots - that said, a detailed analysis of the quality of these would be an exercise in futility, because the video has been compressed by Twitter, and the images themselves could have been compressed even before that, when they were added to the video. Obviously though they seem to look great, but then again all official photo samples from phone manufacturers usually do, let's not forget.
The HTC 10 will finally become official next week, on April 12. It's expected to sport a 5.1" or 5.2" touchscreen with QHD resolution, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB of RAM, at least 32GB of built-in storage, all the usual connectivity options, a fingerprint scanner, a 12 MP rear camera, a 5 MP front-facing unit, and it will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
All these Cell Phone companies lie about there camera(i.e. especially samsung, all of whom have terrible low light performance!!!), HTC will be no different!
High specs dont translate everytime high end phone ... htc cool down your hopes.
It to be very good, the ISO 25600 work with the HDR, everything become clear and sharp, fast capture even low light, without a spot light burn-in in the picture.