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HTC One M10 leak shows off new home button with fingerprint sensor

The HTC One M10 looks like it’ll take a little inspiration from the firm’s recent iPhone-clone, the One A9.

A newly-leaked image (below), posted by Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), shows a much more rounded device than the previous ‘M’ series generations.

Additionally, it shows off the rumoured new physical home button containing a fingerprint sensor. The oval-shaped button which looks to be inset slightly from the frame in order to protect the sensor.

See also: HTC One A9 review

There isn’t a huge amount more we can glean from the photo, beyond the power and volume button featuring on the right hand side of the phone.

Previous reports have suggested HTC will be going all out with the HTC One M10 (codenamed Perfume) as it seeks to revive flagging sales.

According to previous hints from Blass, it’ll have  5.1-inch QHD display, the highest-res display HTC has ever used on a smartphone.

It is also set to pack the Snapdragon 820 processor with an Adreno 530 graphics card and 4GB RAM.

In terms of the camera specs, it is thought HTC will use a 12-Ultrapixel camera with laser-assisted autofocus.

Meanwhile, the company may ditch the front-facing Boomsound speakers from the device, which isn’t likely to be revealed until after this month’s MWC 2016 show.

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