HTC 10 shown off in leaked images featuring a radical new design

A couple of images have been leaked of what will become the 'HTC 10', which is apparently the name for the successor to the One M9 - and despite the name - it will definitely not feature Windows 10 Mobile; but it will see release in a few weeks time. Up above is a press render courtesy of @evleaks and below from @onleaks.

We already knew that the '10' will have a radically different design than its predecessor, for starters there is no HTC logo on the bottom front of the device, the boom speakers have also made way for a thinner "chin"; taking the place of front-facing speakers is a fingerprint scanner built into the phone’s home button, which is flaked by two capacitive keys.

On the back is a fairly minimalist design, though the chamfered edges help give it that extra bit of flair. From the front to the back, it has a somewhat curved looking design. In addition to the new images, @onleaks also unofficially confirms a few things about the specs, the '10' will feature a 5.15-inch QHD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with an Adreno 530 GPU, 4GB RAM, a 12MP main camera, and USB Type C for charging.

That said, these are reportedly “prototype specs", so the final model might differ slightly when it is finally revealed. What do you think? Let us know in the comments.

Source: @onleaks, @evleaks via Android Authority

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