According to Evan Blass HTC’s next flagship device will sport a different screen, oppose to what has been leaked.
The reliable leakster claims the M10 will not be featuring an AMOLED display, but a super LCD 5 display instead. Worries rose that this may mean, there won’t be an always-on display, but the LG G5 managed to do so with it’s own LCD screen. With an LCD screen we can expect more of a drain to battery life, compared to an AMOLED display. But super LCD screens boasts less power consumption with improved outdoor visibility.
Blass also states that the M10 will feature a 3,000 mAh battery, the same as the Samsung Galaxy S7. It seems battery capacity is on HTC’s mind at the moment, it’ll be interesting to see which device comes out on top, when it comes to stamina.
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