HTC is all set to release two new devices on September 20. On the other hand, reports about OnePlus 4 have started surfacing on the internet.
Chinese startup OnePlus is not expected to launch OnePlus 4 before 2017. However, the rumored specs indicate that the device is worth waiting for. Here is the detailed comparison between Desire 10 Pro and OnePlus 4.
Processor and RAM
The device is expected to feature high-end specs including the Snapdragon 830 processor coupled with a massive 8GB RAM.
Meanwhile, HTC Desire 10 will run on the Snapdragon 617 processor accompanied by 3GB RAM.
OnePlus 4 will offer a 64GB or 128GB internal storage as the current OnePlus 3 is already offering a 64GB inbuilt storage. However, OnePlus 3 lacks microSD support. The new device is expected to have up to 256GB external microSD support. On the other hand, HTC Desire 10 Pro will have 32GB inbuilt storage and an extended external microSD support.
OnePlus 4 is expected to rollout with a pre-installed Android Nougat while HTC Desire 10 will most probably run Android Marshmallow out of the box. However, the company could release a Nougat update in the future.
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Display and Camera
Both devices will feature 5.5-inch AMOLED display with a 1920×1080 pixel resolution. Camera will be one of the best features of OnePlus 4. The device is expected to feature a 21MP or even a 23MP main camera in the OnePlus 4. Moreover, some reports suggest that the device could feature a dual-camera.
On the other hand, HTC will stick to 12MP primary and 5MP selfie shooter in its upcoming Desire 10 Pro.
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With these high-end specs, there is no doubt that OnePlus 4 will be expensive than HTC Desire 10. But, as far as its specs are concerned, $400 is quite reasonable price for the device. HTC desire 10 is expected to rollout with approximately $325 price tag.
Live streaming of the launch of HTC Desire 10 will be available on the official website of HTC.
Stay tuned to TheBitBag for more updates on OnePlus 4 and HTC Desire 10.