HTC will launch its new flagship phone in a couple of weeks, but leaked photos have provided a pretty comprehensive look at the HTC 10.
We've had a couple of looks at the HTC 10's new design already, courtesy of a number of leaks. However, this could be the best selection of photos yet.
Over on Chinese retail site Taobao (via French blog Nowhereelse), a bunch of pictures have been posted of the HTC 10 from all angles.
We see the back of the phone, in both grey and black, from a number of angles. While the straight-on images reveal a couple of familiar elements from previous HTC One designs, the more angled ones really emphasise that exaggerated chamfered edge. It's quite striking.
We also get a good look at the machined bottom edge (complete with USB Type-C port) and the top edge, as well as portions of the sides.
Interestingly, we also get a glimpse at the inside of the rear section, revealing some of the construction elements of the new phone.
All in all, it provides more confirmation that HTC isn't sticking with the HTC One A9's iPhone 6-aping design. And for that we're thankful.
In terms of internals, we're expecting a 5.2-inch AMOLED screen, a Snapdragon 820 CPU, and a vastly improved 12-ultrapixel camera (though some have suggested a 23-megapixel unit) that could finally compete with rival efforts.
Excited by the HTC 10, or does your heart belong to Samsung this year? Let us know in the comments.