When HTC launched its latest flagship smartphone, which we preview in full here, it revealed there will actually be two variants shipped globally. There is the top-of-the-line HTC 10, which we will get in the UK and US, but also a version with less impressive specifications for other regions.
That handset has been given the name HTC 10 Lifestyle and is now listed on the company's websites for India, China, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Myanmar. There might be others too, but Android Police has so far discovered all of these have the "HTC 10 Lifestyle" tag attached.
HTC fans in those locations might be disappointed to discover that their version of the HTC 10 lacks the quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4GB of RAM found in the model we're getting.
The HTC 10 Lifestyle runs on a Snapdragon 652 chipset instead, and has only 3GB of RAM. Those will affect performance somewhat in comparison.
In addition, the Lifestyle variant comes with just 32GB of storage rather than 64GB.
Of course, the Snapdragon 652 processor is still very capable, so the phone will still offer a premium experience - just not as premium as the flagship model.
It still looks the part though, with exactly the same design flair we've crowed about. And every other aspect is seemingly identical.