As is the case with any flagship, the HTC One M10 is enjoying its share of rumors, speculations and leaks.
Popular leaker Evan Blass a.k.a @evleaks, in a recent post shared an image of what appears to be the HTC flagship in question. Speculations doing the rounds strongly suggest that the device may follow in the footsteps of the HTC One A9 variant. And the image puts more fuel into the fire by showing-off that that may indeed be the case.
As noted by PhoneArena, the image shows the One M10 as possessing a round home-button that would also double up as a fingerprint scanner, much like the one on the A9. It also appears that the HTC One M10 may be ditching the HTC-branded bar as seen on the HTC One, HTC One M8 as well as the One M9.
Recently, a VentureBeat source claiming to have seen the HTC One M10 prototype revealed that the handset sported a 5.1-inch QHD display with 2560 x 1440 resolutions. It is being said that the Snapdragon 820 system-on-a-chip (SoC) coupled with Adreno 530 graphics will be powering the device. Previous reports have also indicated that the device will be doing away with its predecessor’s 20MP sensor for a 12MP UltraPixel snapper with laser-assisted autofocus feature. Since the One M10 is rumoured to be arriving with 4GB RAM and just 32GB of memory onboard, fans can hope that this one possesses a microSD card slot. As for the OS, the handset will be running Android Marshmallow with HTC Sense 8.0.
With @evleaks revealing the image, there may be a good chance that what fans are looking at, is the One M10 right there. However, HTC fans won’t have to wait long to find out since the One M10 device is expected to be launching sometime in March in a separate event.