HTC might be enduring huge financial losses this year but that hasn’t deterred the smartphone OEM from launching new handsets.
Like almost every smartphone manufacturer around, HTC has a knack of launching releasing handsets at almost every level featuring different internals in a bid to reach the satisfactory level of every consumer.
The company has launched a new phone called HTC Bolt which is the companies first to feature an IP57 water resistance rating meaning the phone can resist a few drops of water and dust.
For some, this handset is an upgrade to the HTC 10 but others would feel it is stepping back because of the some of the features that take a step down from the flagships and a 2015-era Snapdragon 820 chip used in the HTC 10.
The phone comes with a premium price tag and will cost $600. Its features include a 32GB of storage, a 3200mAh 12.32 Wh battery with support for Qualcomm quick charge 2.0, 2560 x 1440 pixel display,3GB of RAM, Bluetooth 4.1,a USB Type-C port,802.11ac WiFi,and a fingerprint sensor.