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HTC’s One X10 is official, but only in Russia

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Yup, its got a giant battery

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HTC has officially announced the One X10 — in Russia, that is. The news comes from AndroidCentral, and as rumored, the new mid-range phone’s standout feature is a giant, 4000 mAh battery that the company claims will get you through almost two full days of use on a single charge. With a low-resolution screen paired to that massive battery, that claim seems totally reasonable, although a final judgement will have to wait until the One X10 makes its way to users.

Aside from the battery, the rest of the phone is pretty much what you’d expect from a mid-range Android phone in 2017: 5.5-inch 1080p screen, a MediaTek Helio P10 processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. The cameras are a 16-megapixel rear shooter and an 8-megapixel front facing camera with a wide angle lens for selfies. HTC has given the One X10 a few more premium features, though, including a a metal body and fingerprint sensor. It’s not a particularly flashy phone when it comes to specs or design, but the battery life — if accurate — could be enough of a differentiator to make it stand out.

The One X10 has curiously only been announced on HTC’s Russian site for 19,990 rubles (roughly $355), but there’s been no word yet if the phone will see a wider release.