HTC Next Flagship Phone Might Have Super LCD 5 Display & 3000mAh Battery

Not to be outdone by the steady stream of leaks for the iPhone 7, HTC’s next flagship phone details (rumored to called HTC 10) have leaked with a number of details.

The leak comes courtesy of @evleaks who tweeted out the newest detail regarding the HTC 10. It says that the HTC 10 will be sporting a Super LCD 5 display instead of the AMOLED and with a beefed up 3,000mAh battery to power the device.

Previous rumors of the HTC 10 mentions that the flagship phone will include a 5.1-inch display, SD820 chipset, 4GB RAM, 32GB expandable internal memory, and a USB Type-C port.

If the leaks are true, then the HTC 10 is definitely much more powerful than the recently revealed iPhone SE that retails at $399.

Source: evleaks

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