Nearly two weeks ago, Sprint unveiled the HTC Bolt, the fastest phone “ever” to hit their network in terms of connectivity speeds. The device has remained exclusive since then, however according to a new announcement by HTC, this will soon change.
In the announcement, HTC says the Bolt will be known as the HTC 10 evo when it goes on sale in other parts of the world. Fortunately, those with googly eyes for the Bolt in other territories won’t be sacrificing anything by buying the 10 evo as the same IP57 certification, outdated Snapdragon 810 and 3GB of RAM, 16MP rear camera and 8MP front camera, Android 7.0 Nougat OS, HTC BoomSound Adaptive Audio, 3200mAh battery with Qualcomm Quick Charging 2.0, and 32GB of expandable storage are all present for this variation. Heck, even the headphone jack is still gone.
Pricing for the 10 evo in other countries isn’t currently known, however since the Bolt goes for around $600 from Sprint, it’s safe to assume you’ll be paying this much in other areas of the world as well. We’ll let you know when more information is obtained.
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