In a few weeks' time, HTC is expected to unveil its new Android flagship, the successor to last year's One M9. It's believed that the company is ditching its high-end 'One' branding for the device, simply naming it the 'HTC 10' instead.
We've already had a pretty good look at the design of the new phone, thanks to an image published last week by Evan Blass (better known as serial leakster @evleaks), and now, Evan has shared a further image showing the various color options of the 10.
As is the fashion these days, it seems there will be a gold option available at launch - but perhaps surprisingly, there's no sign of a rose gold (pink) variant among those shown in the image above. Curiously, there are also two 'Glacier Silver' options which are near-identical, with the only difference being the choice of a white or black front.
There's a lot of pressure on HTC to ensure that the 10 is a success. Last month, HTC acknowledged that its "flagships fell far short of our expectation in 2015", as the company posted a $101 million loss - its third quarterly loss in a row.