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HTC One M10 may just be named HTC 10

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HTC's new flagship phone may have a simplified name: the HTC 10.

Up to now, HTC's next flagship phone has been referred to as the HTC 10, in keeping with the series to date. However, that may not be its final name.

Arch tipster Evan Blass appears to have revealed the final name of the new phone:

The HTC 10 is widely expected to be a total relaunch for the series after last year's disappointingly familiar HTC One M9. As such, a new name would make an awful lot of sense.

We're expecting to see a new design for the HTC 10, which appears to have been confirmed by several image leaks. These seem to suggest that HTC is following the lead of its HTC One A9, which itself bore a striking resemblance to the iPhone 6.

One notable switch could be to a new kind of display. The most recent tip seems to suggest that it could be a 5.2-inch AMOLED screen, which would pitch the HTC 10 directly against the Samsung Galaxy S7 (if it wasn't already).

Related: 7 things HTC must do to make the One M10 a success

The phone should also feature a front-mounted fingerprint sensor, a Snapdragon 820 CPU, and a vastly improved 12-megapixel camera that could finally compete with rival efforts.

There's no firm news on a date for the HTC 10's unveiling, but it's widely expected to come some time this month.

Are you confident that HTC can return to glory with the M10? Let us know in the comments below.

Dead Words

March 4, 2016, 12:23 pm

I hope HTC releases a no-compromises flagship device this year. Everything has to be great because the media will rip apart every tiny little fault no matter its size or irrelevance.
I also hope (rather wish) that HTC will release the 10 as both an Android and a Windows phone. I think it would make sense for HTC, as Android is a really, really tough market, and despite Windows phones not selling very much HTC could garner some interest if they joined the fray and handed update responsibility to Microsoft.

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