South Korean giant HTC shook the things up quite a bit with the announcement of a new smartphone named as HTC Bolt. The device is the larger version of HTC 10, flagship device which was announced earlier this year, this new device has already been compared to the Pixel XL by many and from this we can say the device does packs some good features.
The handset features a QHD display (5.5-inch in size) but comes with a slightly outdated processor, Snapdragon 810 chipset. Despite that company has added IP57 dust and waterproofing, 3x20MHz carrier aggregation of the X10 modem, promising 16MP main snapper and 24-bit Hi-Res audio, USB Type-C headphones included in the box. Memory section includes 3gigs of RAM and 32gigs of Storage
The device is already up for grab in US and is exclusive to Sprint for a $25/month fee but those who want to buy it off-contract can head over to BestBuy, The Radio Shack and Costco where the device is available for $600. No words about the global release has came yet, but an HTC representative already made it clear that the HTC Bold won't be coming to Canada.