HTC earlier this week shared a teaser video touting the BoomSound technology that will be arriving in the flagship HTC 10 smartphone on April 12. This time, the Taiwanese tech giant has shared another teaser video showing the capabilities of the handset's camera.
The new teaser video tweeted by the company on Wednesday said "We're obsessed with perfecting every image and video experience. You'll see it." The video shows numerous sample shots taken by the HTC 10 camera. However, it would be too risky to jump to any conclusion for the camera's image quality and details as the video has been compressed by Twitter. The video besides hinting at burst shots, high-speed shots, and time lapse modes, also suggests the camera to feature an UltraPixel sensor, optical image stabilisation, and 4K resolution video recording.
According to previous reports, the HTC 10 will be featuring a 'World class' 12-megapixel rear autofocus camera with face detection and LED flash, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera. While the rear camera can record videos in 4K resolution, the front-facing camera can record videos in 2K resolution. Nothing more has been mentioned about the device's camera.
For reference, the HTC One M9 came with 20-megapixel autofocus rear camera with sapphire cover lens, BSI sensor, f/2.2 aperture, dual-LED flash, and 4K video recording. There was a 4-UltraPixel front-camera as well.
Other rumoured specifications for the HTC 10 include 5.1-inc QHD (1440 x2560 pixels) resolution display; quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor; 4GB RAM, and 32GB inbuilt storage. HTC will be launching the smartphone on April 12 and is expected to bring the device to markets by April 15. The rumoured release date however, is only for Taiwan.