Saturday , February 17 2018

HTC One X10 launches in Russia with a 4,000mAh battery

HTC’s One X10 has been teased around for quite a while now, and it seems to be now live in Russia of all places where HTC has put it on their website.

The phone has been spotted by Roland Quandt of, who linked to the phones product page which features a full spec listing and pictures.

The phone is powered by the octa-core Helios P10 processor with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage (microSD card up to 2TB supported) and a massive 4,000mAh battery which HTC says will last 2 days of use. HTC has packed a 16MP camera onto the rear of the phone, while the front-facing Selfie cam weighs in at 8MP. Full specs include:

Key Specifications:HTC One X10
Release date
Screen size5.5-inch
Screen technologySLCD
Rear camera16MP
Front camera8MP
ChipsetMediatek Helio P10
Core config
MicroSDYes, up to 2TB
Battery4,000 mAh
Battery removable
Headphone PortYes
Headphone Location
Speaker Configuration
Android OSAndroid
Vendor skinSense
Dimensions152.9 x 75.6 x 8.23 ??mm

HTC hasn’t actually said which version of Android is running on the One X10, but it does come with Sense over the top.

HTC has so far not officially announced the phone anywhere other than Russia, but we did see the One X9 released here in Australia so we may see it at some stage down the track.

Source: HTC Russia.
Via: Roland Quandt.

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2 Comments on "HTC One X10 launches in Russia with a 4,000mAh battery"

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Valued Guest

Large battery with out software optimization is just a joke

Valued Guest

considering my last few phones:
Xperia ‘X10’
HTC ‘One-X’
Moto ‘X’

I should get this phone on naming conventions alone…

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