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The much anticipated flagship from Taiwanese handset maker HTC, the HTC 10, is likely to be available for sale in its home country Taiwan from 15 April, according to a report. The launch date for the device has been rumoured as 12 April as well.
Chinese site Eprice said the device will most likely only launch in Taiwan first on the 15th and later in the global markets. Previously, the One M9 was also first launched in the home market and then to larger global markets.
The handset features a Super LCD 5 screen, as opposed to the AMOLED screen, a 3,000mAh battery, a Snapdragon 820 chip and 4GB of RAM. The handset would offer 32GB internal memory with support for microSD card for additional space. It is expected to run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow with HTC Sense UI 8.1.
The One M10 will be a make or break device for the company which has been struggling for the last few quarters. Along with the HTC 10, the biggest push for the company will come from the VR segment that the company has entered with the Vive VR headset.