With the Samsung and LG flagships release behind us now,  the upcoming Apple event is stealing all the limelight, details about the HTC 10 have also been sneaking in.

Android Headlines got its hands on concept renders of HTC 10 put up by Leoside on XDA, with the claim that the renders are “accurate from all sides.” Clearly based on the numerous live images of what’s said to be the HTC 10, the renders show the designer’s idea of what the device may appear like and it sure does look beautiful.

Previous reports have hinted at the HTC 10, an all-metal device, arriving fitted with a 5.15-inch AMOLED display with 2560 x 1440 resolutions. It’s expected to feature 4GB RAM and run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow layered with HTC Sense 8.0 UI. Reportedly, the device may possess a 12MP primary camera, on the lines of Huawei Nexus 6P.

It also appears that one of best features of the device could very well be its camera, with the company having teased an image on its Twitter account, displaying two camera lens with the words “Camera 10” written across and the caption, “World First, World Class, Front and Back. You’ll see. #powerof10.” This led to a number of rumours and speculations with many suggesting that the HTC flagship may actually feature a dual-camera arrangement on the back as well as the front.

It won’t come as a surprise if the handset does land with a dual camera arrangement on the rear panel since most 2016 flagships have taken that direction. However, a front-facing dual camera, if done right, could be a game-changer. That would also justify the words “World First” in the tweet.

With the rumours doing the rounds, it seems like the HTC 10 could probably be the device that could rescue the ailing tech company. However, with other 2016 flagships already out there, it remains to be seen whether the handset would manage to capture a good portion of the market.