Why the HTC 10 is more than just a smartphone billboard

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The HTC 10 isn’t just a device that helps people who live near the Internet get access to the world.

It’s also a hardware platform that’s going to be used in everything from virtual reality headsets to big data centers.

While HTC is using its technology to help consumers, its real mission is to make sure that the technology itself is as secure as possible.

To that end, HTC is going to release its newest flagship, the HTC Vive, later this year.

While the company says it will be shipping in April, it’s not known when the device will ship to consumers.

In fact, HTC’s HTC 10 was delayed last year after it was discovered that the phone could not boot on some devices.

The device, which is based on the HTC One M9, was a major step forward for HTC, which had previously struggled to improve on the One M8 and M9.

The HTC Vive is a much more refined product than the original HTC One.

It uses a more refined design than its predecessor and offers better battery life, a higher resolution display, and a bigger headset.

But the biggest change is that the HTC 12 isn’t a smartphone anymore.

HTC has now built the HTC HTC 12 into the phone itself.

And it’s an entirely different experience than its predecessors.

This isn’t the HTC 8, HTC 9, or HTC 10.

It doesn’t have an aluminum body like the HTC 9 or the HTC 7, and it’s much more compact.

HTC’s 12 is thinner and lighter than its other phones, and while it’s still got a 6.5-inch screen and a 4,000mAh battery, it has a larger battery slot and a larger volume rocker.

The 12’s design is a lot cleaner, too.

While it’s the same design as its predecessors, the 13.5mm thick chassis is made of plastic instead of the previous material that had to be a plastic shell.

This is an improvement because the material is more flexible and doesn’t stick to the back of the device like the older plastic designs did.

HTC claims that the new design offers a more immersive experience than the HTC X and X+ designs, and the new HTC 12 will also support the HTC BoomSound technology, which can produce sound at a lower volume than the current BoomSound headsets.

HTC also made a few minor tweaks to the HTC 13, too, including making it a little more water resistant.

The 13.1mm thick and 1,800mAh battery also come with a USB Type-C port.

The phone’s dual-camera setup is more convenient than before, as it’s now possible to take a photo and then have it sent back to the phone’s camera app, which lets you take a video and edit it on the fly.

HTC is also making the HTC 18 a little bit smaller.

The handset is 5.6mm thick, but it’s only 0.8mm thinner than before.

HTC says it reduced the thickness by a little over half, which should help it fit into the palm of a hand.

It still has a 5MP front-facing camera, a dual-LED flash, and dual-lens flash, but those features are much more visible.

HTC plans to make more improvements to the device in the future, including a new fingerprint scanner.

HTC will also be releasing a more robust VR headset later this fall.

HTC Vive HTC Vive will feature a new HTC Sense interface that brings some of the same functionality that was added to the Sense UI on the phone, including gestures, the ability to adjust volume, and even virtual reality support.

It will also feature a revamped camera app and an improved Sense UX, which HTC says should be a lot more responsive.

The biggest difference between the HTC Sense and Sense UI is the inclusion of the HTC VR SDK, which will let developers build custom HTC headsets.

This SDK has been available for some time, and HTC has been able to integrate it into its VR apps in order to make it easier for people to build custom VR experiences.

HTC Sense will also come preloaded on the Vive, which means that it will have a lot of the features that were available on the smartphone.

HTC VR will be able to handle 360-degree images in a variety of different ways, so users won’t have to worry about the camera lens being slightly off or not properly aligned when trying to take pictures.

HTC 10 and HTC Vive won’t support the latest HTC phones like the Galaxy S7 or the Galaxy Note 8.

That’s not a big deal, but HTC has added a few new phones in the last couple of months that are more capable of doing VR.

And while HTC will continue to support HTC devices in the coming months, it won’t be able do so for the HTC 15 and HTC 16.

The Sense UI will be supported in these phones, but users will have to manually install HTC Sense for it to work.

HTC announced that it would be releasing the HTC Desire 9 in the fall, but the company hasn’t officially announced a