The picture you see is an invite for the unveiling of the HTC One M10.
If we hadn’t heard so many leaks about the M10, this teaser would have been pretty much a confirmation of the M10’s imminent arrival. We’re more likely to not see a rebranding of the M series due to the proclamation of “the power of 10.” The teaser also tells us the device will have chamfered edges as a corner of the device is teased in a minimal fashion. But it gives enough away to confidently say the M10 will be a departure from the M9’s (and M8, they did virtually look the same) design language. Also HTC suffered massive backlash from fans and critics for rehashing the M8’s design, they won’t want to make that mistake twice.
We’re expecting the M10 to be unveiled in London on April 11th. It still remains a mystery why HTC did not want to show it off at Mobile world Congress, where stand out rivals Samsung and LG unveiled the Galaxy S7 and LG G5, respectively. We’re expecting the M10 to have class leading specs, a Snapdragon 820, 4GB of RAM and a 5.5-inch screen. BoomSound is the rumoured subtraction from the new HTC flagship device. We’ll know more once HTC gives us a shout.
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