Early this morning HTC took the wraps off of a new phone that will be exclusive to Sprint, the Bolt. Not to be confused with the old HTC Thunderbolt, the Bolt is a somewhat less than flagship phone that roughly follows the same path as last year’s HTC One A9, offering another take on a high-end phone design with a slightly different configuration. Coupled with its change in hardware, the Bolt also serves as a network showcase of sorts for Sprint and their latest-generation LTE Plus network. HTC One M9 HTC 10 HTC Bolt SoC Snapdragon 810 4x Cortex-A57 @ 2Ghz 4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.5GHz Adreno 430 (TSMC 20SoC) Snapdragon 820 2x Kryo @ 2.15GHz 2x Kryo @ 1.6GHz Adreno 530 (Samsung 14LPP) Snapdragon 810 4x Cortex-A57 @ 2Ghz 4x Cortex-A53 @ 1.5GHz Adreno 430 (TSMC 20SoC) RAM 3GB LPDDR4 4GB LPDDR4 3GB LPDDR4 NAND 32GB NAND +...
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