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Following trend, the HTC 10 uses USB Type-C for charging. Also on the bottom side of the phone is one of the device's two speakers which work together to create a stereo sound experience.
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The display is a QHD 5.2-inch Super LCD panel with a PPI of 564. HTC has always had beautiful displays, and the early returns on this one are no different.
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The front-facing camera comes in at 5MP with an f/1.8 aperture and Optical Image Stabilization, which HTC says is a first for a smartphone.
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Though not stock Android, much of HTC Sense has been modeled, or simply defaults, to the design language established by Google.
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The HTC 10 is built on the latest version of Google's operating system, 6.0.1.
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Though very close to stock Android in many ways, this is still clearly an HTC Sense device, as evidenced by the return of BlinkFeed.
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We'll be putting the HTC 10 through its paces over the next week. Stay tuned to Paste Tech for the full review!