HTC Bolt to sell in the United States, run the Nougat 7.0 out of the box
We saw an unannounced HTC smartphone last month in September and already rumored to be coming with the name HTC Bolt, we have new information as to suggest that it would be launching in the United States and on top of that, it would be the first smartphone from HTC to run the new Android Nougat 7.0 out of the box.
Don’t be amazed that we called it the first because even though the Pixel and Pixel XL were made by them, it doesn’t carry their branding and so doesn’t count as theirs.
According to an inside source, they would be packing the new Nougat with their own custom made OS called Sense 8 and for other markets, it has also been confirmed that the device won’t be exclusive to only the States alone. Other regions that would get it are Europe, Asia and Africa.
As there is yet to be a worthy leak to give us information on the specs of the Bolt, there has been speculations that the device would sell via Sprint in the US as at the time of launch.
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