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HTC Desire 10 Pro + Desire 10 Lifestyle specs

The HTC Desire 10 is official, and we've got full hands-on coverage of the latest in HTC's line of mid-rangers. This year there are two flavors of the latest Desire phone — the speccy Desire 10 Pro, and the decidedly entry-level Desire 10 Lifestyle. Read on to see how these two square up.

CategoryHTC Desire 10 ProHTC Desire 10 Lifestyle
Size156.5 x 76 x 7.86mm156.9 x 76.9 x 7.7mm
Weight165g155g
Display5.5-inch, Full HD (1080p) IPS with Corning Gorilla Glass5.5-inch, HD (720p) Super LCD with Corning Gorilla Glass
PlatformAndroid 6.0 with HTC SenseAndroid 6.0 with HTC Sense
ProcessorMediaTek Helio P10
Octa-core, 64-bit
Qualcomm Snapdragon 400
4x1.6GHz
Storage32GB or 64GB16GB or 32GB
RAM3GB or 4GB2GB or 3GB
Expandablemicro-SD up to 2TBmicro-SD up to 2TB
Main camera20MP, f/2.2, 27.8mm
Laser autofocus
BSI sensor
13MP, f/2.2, 28mm
BSI sensor
Front camera13MP, f/2.2, 27.8mm
BSI sensor
5MP, f/2.8, 33.7mm
BSI sensor
SoundHTC BoomSound profile for headset
3.5mm stereo audio jack
Dual microphone with noise cancellation
HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition
Hi-Res audio certified
Dolby Audio
3.5mm stereo audio jack
Dual microphone with noise cancellation
SIMNano SIM (dual Nano SIM in some markets)Nano SIM (dual Nano SIM in some markets)
ConnectivityMicro-USB 2.0
Bluetooth 4.2
Wi-Fi a/b/g/n (2.4+5GHz)
HTC Connect
Micro-USB 2.0
Bluetooth 4.1
Wi-Fi b/g/n (2.4GHz)
HTC Connect
Battery3000 mAh
5V/1.5A charging
2700 mAh
5V/1.5A charging
LocationGPS/AGPS + GLONASSGPS/AGPS + GLONASS
Alex Dobie
Alex Dobie

Alex is global Executive Editor for Android Central, and is usually found in the UK. He has been blogging since before it was called that, and currently most of his time is spent leading video for AC, which involves pointing a camera at phones and speaking words at a microphone. He would just love to hear your thoughts at alex@androidcentral.com, or on the social things at @alexdobie.

13 Comments
  • Snapdragon 400 and 5.5 inch 720p in late 2016?! :((
  • My sentiments exactly......and I'm not even a spec nerd lol D:
  • Jeez you understand that snapdragon 400 is the name Qualcomm use for their lower powered budget CPU?! It doesn't make any sense at all to say "snapdragon 400 in 2016?!"
  • According to the other article it "uses an ancient Snapdragon 400. Yeah, as in the same three-year-old chip powering the original Moto G from 2013". Posted from my unlocked S7 Active/ bomb Note 7/ peerless Note 4/ or iPad Pro 12.9
  • Should be the 410 processor, which is the 64 bit version I believe. That would be more inline with today $150-$250 phones.
  • More like SD430. 410 is crap too.
  • I bet you they will overprice these phones.
  • And that snapdragon 400 can handle 6.0 while other snapdragon 80x cant?
  • You're thinking of 7.0 that does not have support for 800/801
  • Terrible specs
  • Snapdragon 400? Even my first phone a.k.a Moto E had that... 3 years ago, and it was dirt cheap!
  • Terrible processor choices. Should've been SD430 in the LifeStyle and X10 in the Pro, if they were hell bent on a Mediatek one in the latter. The RAM and storage options are good, I guess.
  • I doubt that the processor is as lame as people are whining about here. What really interests me is getting into another phone with Boomsound stereo speakers. The way I use my phone for podcast playback more than for any other purpose, this is a great advantage over most every other device currently available. Any word on US carriers?