HTC 10 Features: Exciting New Additions HTC 10 Features: Exciting New Additions
Share Tweet PinShares 0HTC announced it’s latest flagship the HTC 10 yesterday. Here are the top 3 most exciting HTC 10 features to look forward... HTC 10 Features: Exciting New Additions

HTC announced it’s latest flagship the HTC 10 yesterday. Here are the top 3 most exciting HTC 10 features to look forward to.

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1. The Camera is kick-asshtc 10 features

The HTC 10  features the world-first dual OIS and a ƒ/1.8 lens to capture more light than ever in every shot, either on your front or back-facing camera. You know what they say: the best camera is the camera you have on you! On the back of the device there is a 12 megapixel HTC UltraPixel 2 camera with 4K video and high resolution audio, along with the ability to capture slow motion video in 720p at 120fps.

 

2. Chargers faster than Speedy Gonzales

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Fast charging isn’t new to mobile devices, however the HTC 10 has the latest quick charge 3.0, enabling you to charge your phone up to 50% charge in just 30 minutes. With regular use HTC promises up to 2 days* battery use.

 

3.  Outstanding Sound Quality

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Audiophiles will love the HTC 10 with it’s Hi-Res audio and 24-bit DAC for high performance audio, which is carefully tuned to work together with HTC’s audio certified earphones. Features an 8µm thin aerospace-grade polymer diaphragm and 70% oversized drivers to pump out richer sound across twice the frequency range.

The HTC 10 is packed full features, which I think HTC lovers are going to enjoy. It’s defiantly worth upgrading if you are looking for a new phone this year.

The HTC 10 will soon be available for pre-order with prices starting at $699.99US, which suggests at least $999AU here in Australia. Telstra and Virgin Mobile will both stock the phone.

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Ritchie Plunkett is a tech/gadget blogger from Melbourne. Otherwise known as the Papadumgeek, Ritchie found his passion making video reviews on a number of website and forums. Ritchie reviews all kinds of things from the latest trending gadgets to useless things which no one uses.When he's not cooking curry you can find him over at thepapadumgeek.com

  • MicDaMan

    April 13, 2016 #1 Author

    Cameras on phones these days have been getting more and more impressive. The one on my wife’s Samsung takes absolute amazing photos. And that is now one of the main things I look at when choosing a new phone.
    the 30 min charging time on this is good!