HTC 10/HTC One M10 Renders Leaked

Even as HTC is refocusing their efforts on VR with the HTC Vive, the company is still working on new smartphones. Dubbed either the HTC 10 or HTC One M10 depending on which leak you believe, the new HTC phone has had some of its renders leaked. Taking its design cues from the A8 and A9, the new phones continues the metal unibody trend and 5inch screen.

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.