Unlocked HTC Bolt Will Be Launched With HTC 10 Evo Branding? Why You Should Care

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Unlocked HTC Bolt to be released with HTC 10 evo branding

HTC?s most recent handset, HTC Bolt is currently available in the United States through Sprint telecommunication. Although the company has not announced any statement regarding its worldwide release, reports claim that the company will sell the device with an HTC 10 Evo moniker.

Recently, renown tipster, Evan Blass claimed that HTC will launch unlocked HTC Bolt outside United States as HTC 10 Evo. Specs of the device will remain unchanged. Now, another reliable tipster, LlabTooFeR has supported the statement. However, instead of global release he claims that the unlocked version of HTC Bolt will be released in the EMEA countries only.

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Sprint is selling HTC bolt without any down payment. All you have to pay is $25 monthly installments. The actual cost of the device mentioned by the company is $600. However, it could vary according to different territories.

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HTC Bolt/10 evo Specs

HTC Bolt runs on Snapdragon 810 SoC coupled with 3GB RAM. It runs the latest Android Nougat 7.0 with HTC Sense out of the box. The device has 32GB inbuilt storage that can be extended up to 2TB through a microSD card.

HTC Bolt features a 5.5-inch Super LCD3 display with a QHD resolution. The display is protected by a 2.5D Gorilla Glass 5. HTC has used a 16MP main camera with 29.3mm wide angle f/2.0 lens can record 4K video. Rear camera has PDAF, BSI sensor, Hi-Res audio recording, OIS, Dual LED flash, Pro controls, RAW support. An 8MP selfie shooter is there to click brilliant photos and shoot full HD video.

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The devices come with Boom Sound Adaptive earbuds and three inbuilt microphones with noise cancelation feature. ?

Its 3,200mAh non-removable Lithium Polymer Battery can last for up to 23 hours of talktime. A quick charge 2.0 is there to charge the battery faster than normal charging. A USB Type-C port and fingerprint scanner are also some of its features.

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Although reports suggest that HTC will unlock HTC Bolt or HTC 10 evo, nothing is confirmed until the company releases an official statement.

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