HTC Bolt has released on November 11. The phone features a 5.5-inch display, IP57 rating loaded with Android Nougat. The main attraction of Sprint HTC Bolt is that you will not find a headphone jack.
Technically, the HTC Bolt is a larger variant of the HTC 10 smartphone announced early 2016. The new variant will have improved features such as an addition of HTC BoomSound Adaptive Audio.
Sprint HTC Bolt Features
The Sprint HTC Bolt is equipped with the IP57 rating, which is a significant improvement than the IP53 in the previously launched HTC 10. According to the company, the Sprint HTC Bolt will be the first water-resistant aluminum unibody Android phone.
The Sprint HTC Bolt will not feature a 3.5mm audio jack. Hence, you will have to make use of the USB Type-C port for audio. If you have LeEco Le 2, you will know about this functionality.
The new audio technology has an ability to scan your ears and ambient noise to adjust audio output. Moreover, the high-resolution audio promises 24-bit sounds. The main disadvantage of Sprint HTC Bolt is that it doesn’t offer front-facing speakers.
HTC Bolt Specifications
The display features a 5.5-inch QHD (434PPI) Gorilla Glass 5 protected the display. You can also play with a fingerprint sensor. On the internals segment, the new model offers Snapdragon 810 processor coupled with 3GB RAM. The phone provides 32GB internals storage, which can be expandable via microSD card.
Talking about the camera, the Sprint HTC Bolt offers 16MP sensor with support for OIS and 4K videos. The front-facing snapper offers 8MP sensor. A 3200mAh fast charging battery completes the package.
The Sprint HTC Bolt will be loaded with Android 7.0 Nougat on top of Sense UI. The phone is available in Glacier Silver or Gunmetal color variants at Sprint stores across the US for $25 per month for a period of 2 years.