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Yet another HTC 10 teaser arrives, this time touting battery life

HTC continues to pump out the teases for the forthcoming HTC 10 launch and on Friday bragged about the new flagship’s battery life.

Ahead of the launch on April 12, the company has already touted the cameras multiple times as well as the performance, Hi-Res audio capabilities and the new iteration of the BoomSound speakers.

In a teaser video posted to Twitter, the company told potential customers that the HTC 10 will work ‘crazy, long hours’ along with them.

In a tweet the company also wrote: “Our engineers are so obsessed w/ battery life we’ve turned it into a science. You’ll feel it. 4/12. #powerof10”

The teasers are appear to be following a theme of users being able to ‘feel’ ‘hear’ and ‘see’ the efforts made to make the HTC 10 the company’s best yet.

Related: HTC 10 is certainly talking a good game

The phone itself will finally be unveiled at an event on April 12, which will be streamed online.

We’ll have full coverage of the event and we’ll have our hands on the phone the moment HTC gives us the green light.


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