HomTom HT10 will feature Helio X20 chipset


homtom ht10

Over the course of the past year or so, Homtom have made a name for themselves as the manufacture of big battery phones, but the new HomTom HT10 might mark a shift to performance for the brand.

In a recent email, HomTom sent out details of their upcoming phones for 2016. Many of the phones mentioned in the email were devices which we have seen before like the HT3 and HT3 Pro, but one of the new devices listed was the HomTom HT10.

The HT10 jumps out from the rest of the HomTom range as its specifications include a Helio X20 10 core chipset, Android 6.0, 4GB RAM and LTE support for FDD B1/B3/B7/B20/B2/B4/B5/B7/B17. The roadmap doesn’t go in to great detail but also mentions a 3200mAh battery, 21 mega-pixel rear camera, and 8 meta-pixel front.

The design of the phone is a simple one with white panels front and rear and what looks like a CNC alloy chassis holding the phone together. The only feature missing from the HT10 looks like a fingerprint scanner, but IRIS recognition is mentioned as a security feature.

homtom ht17

Also in the roadmap were details of a low-cost phone called the HomTom HT17. This budget phone will just only $54 and will get a 3000Ah battery, 5.5-inch HD display, 1GB RAM and MT6737 quad-core chipset.

The HT17 is due to launch sometime this month while the Helio X20 powered Homtom HT10 will launch in June.

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9 Comments

  1. هادي خآن
    May 10, 2016

    first flagship from Homtom 😀

  2. Steven Fox
    May 10, 2016

    The X20 Homtom is not going to happen in June, or it will end up being a P10 device at best.
    This remember is Doogee we are talking about.
    Doogee have shifted all business to HOMTOM because most people were tired of their old routine.
    Having 10-15 odd models with absolutely the same entry level specs(or 80% similar), with just a tad different design(don`t even get me started on their new UI)and sell them at mid-range prices.

    • Muhammad Yasir
      May 10, 2016

      lol … this is depressing

  3. Joel Adames
    May 10, 2016

    I don’t know too much but Iris recognition as primary security source will face some obstacles… Like how to unlock at dark, and do I need to be looking at it directly?

    I would like answers to be YES but who are we kidding???

    • Muhammad Yasir
      May 10, 2016

      you can spot a finger print scanner in the pics…

      • Joel Adames
        May 10, 2016

        Nop. Those are for the HT17… Then again is past post I know I’ve seen with back fingerprint readers, this one in this post doesn’t. At least is not showing up on my thread. (I reloaded my page twice to double check.)

        • Muhammad Yasir
          May 10, 2016

          hmmm… its doogee man , you have to expect the unexpected 😀

  4. Joel Adames
    May 10, 2016

    HYUNDAI PHONES… what about them ???

  5. Muhammad Yasir
    May 10, 2016

    is that a rear fingerprint scanner is see in pics ?