Rumored HTC 'Bolt' flagship may reach US soon
By Rida | Sep 23, 2016 11:18 AM EDT
HTC's new flagship's rumors on the Internet are hinting the introduction of the smartphone in the US tech market. The Taiwanese tech giant though hasn't made any official statement for the launch of the much-rumored HTC Bolt.
Evan Blass, known for leaking tech products, posted images that possibly depict the HTC Bolt, alongside some hinted details for its place and date of introduction in the US.
Rumors suggest that the new HTC Bolt could directly succeed the HTC ThunderBolt - first announced in January 2011. The leaked image does look a lot like the HTC 10 - announced in April this year.
The leaked image depicts the HTC Bolt's camera lens as somewhat similar to that of HTC 10, with just a few changes in the flash module redesigned to place it at the top of the lens. A front camera is also spotted, placed at the left of the earpiece.
According to reports, the leaked images shows that the HTC Bolt smartphone could come out at 7 pm of October 18 in New York City. The images provide hints and can be expected to be launched on the given information on the phone.
HTC has yet to release a statement on its flagship's launch, pending its specifications and features. It remains unknown whether the company has actual plans to make the rumored smartphone.
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