HTC O2 in rumors with Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM, 4 Hydra-cores


HTC, the Taiwanese phone maker, while struggling amongst the competition having losses in sales and etc. is currently in rumors of making high-end smartphone featuring the not-yet-available Snapdragon 820 chipset.

As recently quoted by the famous leaker on twitter about HTC Aero, when another tweet was hinting about HTC One M9+ availability in European market in Q3.

The latest update gives more information about the upcoming high-end hero HTC device including the name change and a few more features. The next HTC high-end device will reportedly be named as HTC O2 instead of M10.

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It’s also being reported that the HTC O2 will feature the upcoming Snapdragon 820 SoC from Qualcomm, which is supposed to deliver 40% better performance over its predecessor as well as 40% reduced battery consumption. Another important thing which was not officially disclosed by Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 820 will still equip quad-core processor with ARM based Hydra cores developed by Qualcomm.

Also Read: LeTV already teasing a Snapdragon 820 power smartphone

HTC O2 will have all metal body and is being expected to gain momentum if the rumors are true with the latest Snapdragon chipset along side the reports of containing 4GB of RAM as well as different variants with internal storage.

There is a factor to note that originally the rumors about such a high-end device also contained reports as the device would arrive in October. This thing is also now changed as with the chip Snapdragon 820 itself will appear not until 2016, the HTC O2 may be announced during next year’s MWC 2016.

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