The HTC Bolt shows up in new renders, looks like HTC 10’s twin
HTC have undoubtedly been very busy this year. They have linked up with Google to recreate history again like they did the first time when they helped the latter brand launch its Nexus line of devices.
Coming out again this year, they worked tirelessly to make sure that the Pixel devices that we are seeing in the market right now are the manufacturing success that it has turned out to be. On top of that, it is sure that they have to release one of their own too and the one that we have been looking at for a while is the HTC Bolt, having leaked a variety of ties on the past.
After Evan Blass has already given us and hint into what it would look like sometimes last month via some renders, we have now seen it in live mages and these ones do little to differ from the renders we got initially. Taking after the HTC 10 strongly when it comes to the facet of design, it really does look like they have forgotten to include a 3.5mm jack in the formation.
It however takes improvement over the HTC 10 with a 5.5 inch of screen instead and uses 3GB of RAM on top of a 64GB internal storage space. For the camera, we are expecting an 18MP gift on the back of what is supposed to be a natural Nougat smartphone.
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