Looks like HTC’s next flagship smartphone has just been leaked in all its glory.
Evan Blass himself has just posted an image of an HTC One M10 press render as a reply to @Onleaks’s HTC One M10 leak. The new image confirms all the design and hardware build rumours and reports we’ve been hearing since it all started.
The phone will indeed come with chamfered edges and have a similar look to the One A9 midranger released late last year. On the front, we can see HTC’s take on Android 6.0 Marshmallow for the UI and the presence of a fingerprint scanner which also happens to be a home button for the phone.
Gone is the bottom BoomSound speaker as that is now placed on the bottom of the phone adjacent to a USB Type C connector. As for the back, we can see the 12MP UltraPixel camera with a similar design as the One M8 and M9.
As for the specs, it will sport Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 SoC with 4GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage with microSD card expansion, and a 5.15? QHD display.
Overall, I think this phone brings a much more sophisticated and refined look. The unveil is expected to be held this month with a release next month.