HTC 10 camera teaser highlights OIS, 4K video, and UltraPixel branding

We’re down to the home stretch here in the wait leading up to HTC’s announcement of its next flagship smartphone, and the teasers have been coming in hot and heavy. Two days back, HTC dropped a new video playing up the presumed HTC 10’s audio performance, and today it’s showing us the flip side of that coin, delivering a new video that’s all about the HTC 10’s camera, and the high-quality shots it’s capable of capturing.

Just as it called the phone’s audio output its “best BoomSound yet,” HTC’s being similarly boastful with this camera teaser, promising us “the best-ever smartphone for shooting photos and videos.”

Through the rest of the video, HTC does little to call attention to specific camera features, instead using its time to list some of the many occasions on which having access to a killer camera would be beneficial, and speaking about the degree to which it understands user needs. OK, we get it: you need to save some of the details for launch day.

Maybe the only real insight we get comes from the shot you see up top, appearing to confirm the return of UltraPixel branding, the presence of optical image stabilization, and support for recording 4K video. We suppose it’s possible that some of the imagery used here was actually captured with an HTC 10, but right now we’ve no way to know for sure.

At this pace, will HTC have one last video teaser ready for us in another couple days, rounding out the week? In any case, launch day will be here soon, with HTC’s announcement scheduled for April 12.

Source: HTC (Twitter)

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