According to the leaked renders, the new phone features an all new aesthetic with a new bevelled edge and a more subdued curve on the rear. The rear camera remains a circular one that is not overly large and comes with only a small camera hump. The camera is backed up by a laser autofocus and two-tone LED flash.
For the front, the 10/M10 has ditched their monstrous Boomsound speakers for more subdued ones for cleaner front.The bezels are also a bit smaller compared to the M series and more in line with what the A9 had. A fingerprint scanner is also found at the bottom though some may confuse it with a home button, which it might also be. Specifications are pretty competitive with a 5.15-inch 2560×1440 display, Snapdragon 820 SoC, Adreno 530 GPU, 4GB RAM, a 12MP camera, and USB Type-C port.
Overall, the phone looks pretty good and hopefully, HTC will be able to come back strong in the hyper-competitive smartphone market. The expected launch date is April 19th.