HTC today announced the 10 Evo as an international version of the Sprint’s most recent smartphone, the HTC Bolt. Slated to go on sale in markets outside of the United States, it essentially drops the three-channel carrier aggregation in favor of the more common LTE bands used in Europe and other countries.
The HTC 10 Evo features a 5.5-inch quad HD display with curved glass and Gorilla Glass 5 protection, a 16-megapixel rear camera with an aperture of f/2.0, and a 3,200mAh battery. Inside we find a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chip with 3GB and 32GB of storage space. Users who need more capacity can insert a microSD card up to 2TB.
Other specifications include a front-facing 8-megapixel camera with selfie light, USB Type-C charging port with Quick Charge 2.0, and BoomSound Adaptive Audio headphones. Wrapped in a unibody metal chassis, the 10 Evo comes with an IP57 rating to protect against water and dust.
Pricing and exact availability has not yet been made available. Sprint’s HTC Bolt, for what it’s worth, runs about $600 so we might expect something in that realm.