HTC to launch the HTC Bolt internationally as HTC 10 evo, leakster says
Last month, Evan Blass why is better popular by his name on twitter with which he drops some of the best leaks that we ever get – @evleaks – hinted that the HTC Bolt would be launched in the US and as at the time of introduction into the stateside market, would be supported by carriers such as Sprint.
While the timeline for the availability is this October and we are yet to see anything as the month has started to run to an end, he is back again with another piece of information and this one states that we would see the device launch internationally.
For the international variants though, they would not be named HTC Bolt but have an “evo” extension to it and if it would follow the trends of rebranded devices for other markets, we are bound to get some changes under the hood also such as processor, SIM slots, design elements and the likes.
While this is yet to be confirmed officially, the best thing at this point is to take the news with a pinch of salt.
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