Homtom HT10 will come with magnesium-titanium alloy body


First venture to the uncharted waters of highend phones is starting to take shape for Homtom with their HT10 model. The revealed specs fit the plan and seems like the used material will fit too.

We already know from the previous leaks and information that Homtom HT10 is going to feature deca-core Mediatek Helio X20, second generation of iris scanner and global 4G network support.

Today we have learned the phone will also have the highend materials with magnesium-titanium alloy frame and of course CNC crafed. With titanium usage comes higher price hand in hand so it will undoubtedly have some impact on the price tag of the Homtom HT10.

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Current speculations put the HT10 to the price range around 269.99$ and it remains to be seen if the Homtom can justify it with real quality product not just on paper.

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