According to Evan Blass, better known as @evleaks, the HTC 10 will feature a Super LCD 5 screen, not an AMOLED one, and also come with a 3000mAh battery. So what, you may ask, is the difference between AMOLED and Super LCD? According to Wikipedia, the technology is already in use by HTC and offers the following advantages:
Super LCD differs from a regular LCD in that it does not have an air gap between the outer glass and the display element. This produces less glare and makes the user feel "closer" to the display itself. Super LCD's benefits also include lower power consumption and improved outdoor visibility. Super LCD has been succeeded by the newer Super LCD2 displays.
Still, not a lot is known about the internals of the HTC 10, which is HTC's follow up to their flagship HTC One M9, however, we did get a small glimpse of the chamfered metal rim, and earlier this month HTC posted a teaser video about how obsessed they are with their phone.
The device will also reportedly feature two camera modules. HTC has made some pretty intriguing imaging choices in the past with the use of UltraPixel and dual-cameras, but they haven’t always lived up to the hype. We’re already expecting the HTC 10 to come with a 12 Ultrapixel rear-shooter. The front-facing camera is even more of a mystery, although the company has squeezed in a 13MP selfie-shooter in the past. And while many OEM's have already greatly improved the quality of front-facing cameras over the past couple years, it’ll be interesting to see exactly what HTC has done with the cameras on its upcoming flagship.
The device is also expected to come in four different colors, which are carbon gray, glacier silver (white face), glacier silver (black face), topaz gold. It's not yet known when HTC will announce their flagship, so stay tuned as we learn more about the HTC 10 in the forthcoming days and weeks.
Source: Evan Blass