The HTC One M10 has received a slightly different name. According to a reliable source, it will now be called the HTC 10. Thanks to the very same source, convincing officials renders of the upcoming device have been leaked as well.
Based on the renders (which came from serial leaker Evan Blass), the HTC 10 seems to retain the design of past HTC smartphones. The front definitely has design elements of the iPhone-like HTC One A9, while the back is reminiscent of HTC’s design language – other than the huge beveled edges, which were teased earlier by the Taiwanese company.
In terms of specifications, OnLeaks – another prominent leaker – mentioned that the HTC 10 may be packing a 5.15-inch QHD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor paired with 4GB of RAM, and a 12MP rear camera. The camera specification is in line with a previous rumour, which claimed that the 12MP rear shooter may very well be the same sensor used on the Nexus 6P.
As for release date, many believe that the HTC 10 will be officially unveiled sometime in April; the 11th of April, to be specific. Hopefully, it won’t be long until HTC’s latest flagship arrive in Malaysia. After all, it took the HTC One A9 about four months to arrive here.