HTC O2: Future Top Range with Snapdragon 820
Talk about the next top HTC range is still premature, given that the traditional life cycle of top models stood, basically, about 12 months. HTC One M9 is introduced on the market in the spring of 2015 and, barring surprises, his successor will arrive in early 2016. NET, however, do not miss the first rumors about the device. It’s the Chinese site MyDrivers.com to bounce into the net the rumor on the alleged commercial name and the SoC of the Terminal. According to what reported by the source, the hypothetical HTC One M10 will come on the market under the name of HTC O2 and will be equipped with Snapdragon SoC 820.
MyDrivers.com reports not goes further with the information on the Terminal-the reference to the alleged 4 GB of RAM is exclusively the result of simple assumptions made by other sites that have reported the rumor–and it is not good to get too many illusions about coming to market, both for the production of the Snapdragon SoC 820-that will come between the end of the year 2016 and start-both for the aforementioned cycle of renewal of the flagship model.
It is true that this year HTC has greater need to renew the catalog quickly, given the fact that HTC One M9, although objectively valid, failed to appease those who called for a smartphone more innovative than the previous One M8. To renew the catalog with a product worthy of attention–but not intended to take the place of One M9-HTC is preparing Aero, autumn debut candidate (not to be confused with HTC One M10/HTC O2).