Here’s our supposed first look at the HTC One X10, which figures to be an mid-range option to follow-up on the One X9 of yesteryear.
We’re still sad that this X line of phones isn’t more exciting with the cool name they have, but that’s neither here nor there. It’s a phone, and figures to be a damned good one if the price is right.
From the photos we have here, it looks to have a metal unibody design, with notches carved into its rear side for things like the camera and fingerprint sensor (which is a first for this line, by the way). HTC’s signature style is on display in full force, something that was horribly absent on the One X9.
The frontside doesn’t reveal much other than how it’ll be branded and the fact that it, too, will have capacitive buttons for navigating the Android OS. Thankfully the bezels don’t seem oversized on the top and bottom, and the side bezels also don’t dominate the surface area at all. More on this “one” as we get it.