The new HTC 10 is a return to the days of UltraPixel taking center stage, with the new Android smartphone debuting UltraPixel 2. Now with 12-megapixel resolution, the camera still offers bigger-than-average pixels along with optical image stabilization, together with an f/1.8 lens.
There’s also a new, second-generation laser autofocus system and a dual-tone LED flash. A “Pro” mode captures in RAW as well as allowing for greater control over manual settings.
Thanks to HTC’s new pared-back attitude to Android modification, you won’t find the HTC Gallery app preloaded any more. Instead, Google Photos does duty there, with 100GB of free storage for two years when you activate the phone.
For more on the HTC 10 camera, check out our full report.