HTC has unveiled its new One X10 smartphone, which offers up to two days of battery life, for an initial release in Russia.
There had been leaks of the device but the manufacturer has officially announced it on its Russian website. The main feature of the X10 is its huge 4,000 mAh battery. That in conjunction with its Boost+ Mode, for better CPU and battery optimisation, will mean a couple of days usage on one charge, or now specifically 1,200 songs and 25.5 hours talk time.
In terms of other specifications, the phone features a 1080p 5.5-inch screen as part of the usual sleek design from HTC. The company has said the X10 has been through a substantial series of tests to make sure it is robust in the real world. Furthermore it has a MediaTek Helio P10 processor, a super wide-angle 8MP front facing camera, 16MP one on the back and 3GB of RAM.
There is not much information from HTC about the availability date and whether it will be sold outside of Russia- so consumers might have to just cross their fingers to see if it comes to their region. The X10 will cost Rs. 20,000, equivalent to $355 or £284.