HTC Bolt is the company’s newest smartphone. It’s exclusive to Sprint in the United States. They’ve roped in the world-famous Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt to promote this device because it’s just a natural fit. However, it appears that the handset might not be launched as the Bolt in other markets across the globe. It will apparently be called HTC 10 evo outside the United States.


Multiple reports have come in over the past couple of days suggesting that this handset will soon be launched in other markets across the globe. It was the serial Twitter leaker @evleaks who first claimed that the HTC Bolt is going to be called HTC 10 evo outside the United States.

Now it’s @LlabTooFer, a leakster who has been particularly reliable when it comes to HTC news, and he’s also claiming that the HTC Bolt will be called HTC 10 evo in other markets. However, he does mention that the “worldwide launch” of this device is actually going to be limited to the EMEA region. This suggests that quite a few markets may never get HTC’s latest smartphone.

There’s still no official word from HTC regarding the launch of this handset outside the United States so take these reports with a grain of salt until we hear more form the company.

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Product10 evoBolt
Diagonal (inches)5.5" (14cm)5.5" (14cm)
Megapixel16 Megapixel16 Megapixel
Battery Capacity (mAh)3200 mAh3200 mAh
Processor NameSnapdragon 810Snapdragon 810
RAM Options3 GB, 3 GB,
Street Price$215 HTC Bolt on Amazon
Link to full specsHTC Bolt Full specs and details
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