Tuesday 07 March 2023

HTC O2 Specs Leak: 6 Inches Screen, IP Certification and Powered By Snapdragon 820

HTC has been in trouble for several months, but the Taiwanese manufacturer develops its new HTC O2, The device is reportedly going to pack some high-end specs. HTC changed the name of its future flagship by leaving the name One M10 in favor of O2, According to the leaks from Chinese sites MyDrivers and Mobile-dad. O2 will sport a 6 inches qHD (1440p) with a density of 490 dpi, and, front panel will be narrow with thin side bezels, and the opportunity for us to advise selection of the best Quad-HD smartphones of the moment.

The next flagship will come packing with a Snapdragon 820 processor, The chip features the latest Adreno 530 GPU and the welcome addition of 4 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal storage.

From camera side, the back camera has designed with  20.7 megapixels with f/1.9 aperture and the front 5 megapixels. On the front, the speakers BoomSound offer a nice sound quality. All this will be supported by a battery of 3500 mAh. There is a talk that the smartphone comes with an IP certification, with protection against dust and water.

That’s not all, the report by the Chinese site claims that a version 5 inches will also appear next year with a 2K or 4K screen. It will come packing with a more powerful processor, Snapdragon 82x chipset with an Octo-core fuel 3 GHz CPU. On heavy paper, however, remain suspicious of the information. These Rumors and leaks can bring much excitement and it will have a little more reliable information on the subject.

Most of the smartphone buyers were disappointed  by the HTC one M9 that looks thoroughly familiar its predecessor. HTC decide to change the name HTC one M10 and HTC O2 might be more customer-friendly. The attention has been retained in any case and we look forward to learn more about HTC O2, with a new design and a new technical platform, HTC could attract consumers, and attempt to return to profit. And the Phone will be launched late in the first quarter of 2016.