HTC Bolt with Nougat will reportedly be revealed on 11 November
The HTC Bolt has been making the rounds recently and the new flagship is expected to be unveiled on 11th November. Photos of a presentation by Sprint give us the details of what seems to be a non-Google version of the Pixel XL. The Bolt will be known as HTC 10 Evo Internationally though.
Along with the release date, the promo materials also confirms some of the specs that we have been hearing about. For starters it seems that the HTC Bolt will feature a 5.5-inch QHD display. It will also come with a 16MP rear-facing camera, an 8MP front-facing camera, and will feature an all-metal body that is IP57 certified.
It also seems that HTC will be bundling a pair of BoomSound Adaptive Audio headphones with the handset. Note that the headphones are USB Type-C, which seems to confirm that the HTC Bolt will be launching without a headphone jack. Interestingly, HTC ditched the Google Assistant too in favor of Amazon’s Alexa.
There’s no word on pricing yet or when the Bolt’s international version, the HTC 10 evo, will be unveiled.