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HTC One M10 leak could be best close-up yet

When it comes to HTC’s next smartphone, there’s everything to play for – will the company launch a winner?

A new leak appears to have revealed the design of HTC’s next flagship smartphone.

The image – which purportedly shows the HTC One M10 – was posted to Twitter by prolific, and oft-reliable, leaker Evan Blass.

Here’s the tweet in question:

https://twitter.com/statuses/700441970423025664

Blass’ caption – ‘let’s call it HTC One M10 in white’ – suggests white might not be the only colour option.

That’s lent credence by an earlier leak from the tipster that saw the phone clad in black.

Check it out:

https://twitter.com/statuses/695659809094426627

While we can’t tell much about a phone from fuzzy frontal shots, it’s clear HTC is looking to replicate the design success of the HTC One A9.

However, it should be noted that the One A9 was criticised for its similarities to the iPhone 6. Those criticisms may be levelled at HTC once again in regard to this new handset.

So what else do we know about the HTC One M10? While nothing is certain, there’s talk of a fingerprint scanner, a 1,440 x 2,560 pixel display, and Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 820 chip featuring.

It’s also likely to ship with Google’s new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow on board.

Related: 7 things HTC One M10 needs to be a success

Unfortunately, we still don’t have solid information on when the device will launch. Rumour-spinners seem set against an MWC reveal – that’s Barcelona’s tech tradeshow next week.

Instead, there are whispers of an April launch, positioned as a standalone event.

Check out our Android Marshmallow video below:

What do you make of HTC’s possible One M10 design? Let us know in the comments.

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