HTC’s next flagship smartphone is rumoured to be just weeks away – is this our first real look at it?
A photo of what’s claimed to be the HTC One M10 has turned up online.
Evan Blass posted the image – which depicts an unknown smartphone front-on – to Twitter yesterday.
Blass, more commonly known as Evleaks, is a prolific tipster and journalist with a good track-record for posting accurate leaks.
Check it out:
Unfortunately, the leak doesn’t actually reveal much about the handset.
If this leak is legitimate, the main conclusion we can draw is that HTC is opting for a design similar to the HTC One A9 rather than the HTC One M9.
The HTC One A9 was a controversial smartphone launch, with the firm widely criticised over the handset’s design similarities to Apple’s iPhone.
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HTC is expected to launch its new smartphone – should it exist – at Mobile World Congress, a technology tradeshow set to take place in Barcelona later this month.
The apparently finished build of the HTC One M10 in the leaked photograph suggests a Barcelona launch might not be too farfetched.
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The device is rumoured to feature a 5.1-inch QHD display, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 12-megapixel camera.
It’s also assured to run on Google’s latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow operating system.
What do you think of this apparent leak? Let us know in the comments.