With Mobile World Congress just around the corner, you’d expect HTC to unveil its upcoming flagship there – the HTC One M10. However, that isn’t the case as the company has said that the launch will happen on the 11th of April in London. But for now, we do get to see actual images of the device from a leak.
In our previous post, we reported on an official render of the device, which is allegedly a black version of the HTC One M10 (codenamed ‘Perfume’). Now, popular leaker Evan Blass (aka @Evleaks) has posted an actual live image of what seems to be the HTC One M10 in white.
When we compare the current leak with Evan’s previously leaked image of the M10, there are actually noticeable differences. First being the physical home button, where Evan’s previous leak shows a more narrow home button while the newer image shows a shorter but wider home button. Not only that, the home button will also likely feature a fingerprint sensor built-in.
Another difference is with the notification light and proximity sensor. In Evan’s previous leak, the notification light is at the bottom of the earpiece, while the newer image leak shows that the notification light is above the earpiece.
In terms of specifications, the device is rumoured to feature a 5.2-inch AMOLED display, running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 paired with 4GB of RAM and have 32GB of internal storage. In the camera department, the HTC One M10’s rear camera is said to feature the same camera sensor as the Nexus 6P, while the front will be equipped with a 5MP Samsung S5K4E6 ISOCELL sensor.
HTC hasn’t been doing very well in the past year, so there will be a lot riding on the HTC One M10’s success. We’ll just have to wait for the official release of the device and see how well it performs.
(Source: Android Authority)