Images of the HTC's rumoured metal-clad mid-range phone Bolt has surfaced online shedding light on key details of the device.
Popular tipster Evan Blass has got hold of the pictures (source link given below) of HTC Bolt showing the device's design language. It kind a looks inspired from the company's flagship HTC 10. The chamfered metallic frame around the corner, the positioning of the power button and volume rockers on the left side, Type-C port and single-grille speakers at the bottom are strikingly similar.
Key difference is that the HTC Bolt is missing 3.5mm audio jack on the top and the camera on the back protrudes a bit. And inside, the 5.5-inch full HD phone comes with 3GB RAM, 32GB inbuilt storage and a 18MP primary camera.
Other details such as battery capacity and the front camera are yet to be ascertained. Word on the street is that HTC Bolt will be launched by the end of November in US via Sprint. So, we expect more details to get leaked in coming days.
In a related development, HTC is also working on new flagship series phone dubbed as the Ocean. The highlight of the device is its touch-sensitive frame, that lets users control volume, scroll web pages and do other gesture features without having to use physical buttons or touching the smartphone's display.
Watch this space for more updates.