There's definitely going to be a Snapdragon processor inside the new HTC 10

HTC has a lot to prove in 2016, and the company needs a strong flagship Android phone to do it. Rumors are gathering around the HTC 10, the long-awaited successor to the One M9. Now that the official launch date has been set for April 12, we’re closer than ever to seeing the new flagship. In the meantime, you can catch up on all the rumors and news here in our roundup.

Do you like your HTC phones loud? Well, we’ve got good news for you. Although some reports initially claimed that HTC’s high-powered BoomSound speakers would be absent on the device, it’s now more or less certain that the 10 will sport kick-ass speakers.

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HTC dropped a hint that BoomSound, or something like it, will be a feature on the new phone. Tweeting from the official account, HTC said, “Here comes the new boom. You’ll hear it.” This came with an image saying Audio 10 with outlines of HTC’s well-known speaker grill design, plus several unidentified cutouts that may match the speaker grill on the base of the phone, spotted in leaks of the phone’s chassis.

Just in case you’re still doubting the HTC 10 will have BoomSound, HTC tweeted out a new teaser video confirming it. Not only does the video clearly mention BoomSound by name, a bold promise was made. HTC is touting the “best BoomSound yet” with flawless high fidelity.

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