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While HTC didn't lose as much money during Q4 2016 as a year before, this latest quarterly financial report is bad. Really, really bad.
The upcoming HTC Bolt sure looks familiar (in a good way) in its first leaked render, unfortunately leaving out the traditional audio jack.
It's a chance to consolidate and redefine what an HTC Desire phone should be. But will these reinvented mid-rangers impress on looks alone?
It's a lukewarm phone with what could be a pretty attractive build. And that build may cost customers. But will it cost HTC more? We'll have to see.
Only eight days left until the mid-range HTC Desire 10 Pro and Desire 10 Lifestyle with chamfered edges are to officially break cover online.
In a 17-second video, HTC tossed out another number other than "09.20". But what can "150" mean with a bunch of camera-y flares going around it.
Once HTC lit up Twitter with a short teaser video for a September 20th event, Twitter users lit up their keyboards to upload images of the Desire 10 Pro.
Maybe. We still can't completely rule out the curveball possibility of this benchmark perhaps showing the Marlin Nexus phone. But it's likely the Desire.
Pricing the upcoming mid-range HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle in the $150 to $200 range sounds perfect, but a low-end SD400 SoC doesn't.
If the press render we're seeing here is legit then we're looking at the upcoming HTC Desire 10 Pro, the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle's sibling. Check it out!
Instead of just one Desire 10, we may see two mid-range devices with one perhaps starkly different than the other. And HTC needs them both.