It doesn’t come as a surprise that most details about the HTC 10, gearing up for a launch tomorrow, are already out there.

Specs being leaked ahead of the D-day has probably been a norm with many HTC flagships and this time its no different. Android Headlines got its hand on an image revealing the latest specifications, which further confirms some of the existing rumours. The report claims that, “The image is of a HTC website listing and therefore, should be considered to be fairly accurate, pending any immediate changes.”

As per report, it appears that the upcoming HTC flagship will indeed be possessing a 5.2-inch Super LCD 5 display with “curved-edge Gorilla Glass.” As for the storage onboard, there is only the mention of 32GB internal storage and no microSD card support has been mentioned. Even if the possibility of a 64GB device is ruled out, HTC 10 then should probably possess a microSD card slot. It will also be arriving with HTC Uh Oh protection from the company’s official website.

HTC teasers have already hinted at the BoomSound feature and reports are confirming that the upcoming flagship will boast of a Hi-Fi Edition. There is also some information on the snappers and it will be sporting a 12MP primary camera with laser autofocus and Optical Image Stabilization (OIS). It has been speculated that the front-facing camera on the HTC 10 may also feature OIS, while that hasn’t been mentioned on the list, it could well be a possibility.

As noted by TechnoBuffalo, the handset may not be coming through Sprint and Verizon since the carriers have not been mentioned on the roaster and GSM carriers including AT&T as well T-Mobile have been listed.

HTC 10 is expected to be introduced to the world on April 12, 2016 and as per the recent speculations, the device may land in stores sometime in May. With this timeline, the device could go up for pre-order soon after it has been announced. Share you thoughts on the possible specification of HTC 10 in the comments section below.