Chinese phone makers Homtom were always profiling themselves as the budget oriented company, but seems like their recent aspirations are reaching higher. And the upcoming Homtom HT10 model will be spearheading the change.
Nothing lasts forever so we can slowly stop seeing Homtom with the entry-level glasses. So far we have seen articles about the HT10 model describing its second generation of iris scanner and Global 4G network.
Now we have another confirmation concerning the chipset used in the phone and looks like the rumors were true, it will be really using the deca-core Helio X20. With the chipset also comes the unpleasant inevitability of much higher price tag than usual. But still the revealed price of 269.99$ isn’t something back-breaking, especially when you take a closer look at the specs.
The big question mark is of course the fact, if the brand itself can manage the upper class transformation and all the demands and expectations tied to that. We can just cross our fingers, carefully observe and wait for the review to answer it.