A little over a month ago, we reported that Google had made a big bet on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.
Today, we are reporting that the South Korean company has finally unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the HTC 10.
The HTC 10 is the first flagship phone to be announced by the South Korea-based company in almost a year, and it features an unibody design, a 6.1-inch display, an octa-core Snapdragon 835 processor, a 16MP main camera and a 5MP front camera.
The phone will be available in four colors and will start at $899.
There is no word yet on pricing, but Google says the HTC ten will be priced at $1,299 for the 16MP camera and $1.1,999 for the 5MP one.
The device will also be available with 4G LTE connectivity, and will be able to handle 3G, 4G, and HSPA+ data speeds.
Google has said the HTC device will be “the first Android smartphone to deliver the world’s best camera experience and the best Android experience in a smartphone.”
In addition to its main camera, the phone also has an 18MP front-facing camera, a 12MP selfie cam, and a 1.2MP front speaker.
Google says it will include a microSD card slot and a fingerprint sensor on the back.
The handset will be powered by a quad-core 1.4GHz Snapdragon 836 processor and will run Android 8.0 Oreo, with a “significant” update to Android Nougat on the way.
It will also sport a 4G modem and be capable of 4G data speeds of up to 200Mbps.
The phone is the second Android phone to come from Samsung.
Earlier this year, we also reported that the company had unveiled its next Android flagship phone, the Galaxy S8.
The HTC 10 will be the first Android phone in the series to ship with the Samsung Exynos 8890 chipset, which will also power the Galaxy Note 8.
The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S11 will have the Exyno 8890s as the base chipsets, and the S10 will ship with Android 8 Oreo.
We have contacted Samsung for comment.