Mobile phone companies sure like to tease us, don’t they? Just last night, HTC unveiled the HTC 10 evo, and the specs are enough to make you drool. Seriously, get a paper towel ready. A 5.5-inch Super LCD 3 display with quad HD resolution and pixel density of 534 ppi. On the inside, a 2.0 GHz Snapdragon 810 processor, 3GB of RAM, and eith 32GB or 64GB of storage with microSDXC support.

Why stop there? It comes with Android 7.0 Nougat and HTC’s latest 16-megapixel camera with features like phase detection auto focus and optical image stabilization. The cherry on top of all of this is that it’s the first-ever all-metal Android phone with IP57 water and dust resistance. Now that your excitement bubble is filled to capacity, let’s burst it: the HTC 10 evo is destined for markets abroad.

However! There’s a light. It will be sold in the United States through Sprint as the HTC Bolt. Sprint is the smallest of the four major carriers, but that’s still tens of millions of consumers that can get their hands on the phone. And now Sprint customers have a reason to brag! Good for you!

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