On the international scene, the device will use the HTC 10 evo moniker. Other than that, nothing appears to have changed on the handset. You get a metal unibody phone, measuring 153.6 x 77.3 x 8.1 mm and weighing in at 174 grams. It is equipped with a 5.5-inch, QHD, Super LCD 3 panel, with a layer of Gorilla Glass 5 on top.
Under the hood, the HTC 10 evo comes with some slightly dated, but still powerful hardware. At the heart is a Snapdragon 810 SoC, combined with 3GB of RAM. Storage options include 32GB and 64GB and there is a microSD card slot for expansion up to 2TB.
In the camera department, the 10 evo comes with a 16MP main shooter, with f/2.0 aperture, OIS, and PDAF. On the opposite side, there is an 8MP, f/2,4 selfie snapper.
Other notable entries in the specs sheet include LTE with VoLTE support on the single nano SIM card slot and dual-band Wi-Fi. Bluetooth 4.1, NFC, GPS and a USB Type-C connector. A sealed-in 3,200 mAh battery keeps the lights on and there is Quick Charge 2.0 support for a speedier top-off.
The HTC evo 10 is already up for pre-order in Taiwan in Silver, Gold and Gunmetal colors. The 32GB version goes for about $564, while the bigger 64GB one will set you back $626. Sales are expected to officially kick off on November 28.