HTC has been having a tough time for the past few years, and everyone including HTC recognizes that detail. With MWC 2016 coming up next month there are rumors swirling that HTC will be at the event to unveil a new phone, perhaps the new flagship device for this year. While there is no official word from HTC on when their newest flagship device will be announced, or what it will be called, a recent leak suggests that HTC will follow the same naming scheme and label it the HTC One M10. That may or may not be the case, but the name itself is the least important part for many consumers. What's more interesting to many are the specifications inside of the device.
The details on hardware are just as unclear as the announcement date and the name, but rumors point to the new device being powered by the Snapdragon 820 processor from Qualcomm, along with a 3,000mAh battery inside to keep it going. There has been no mention of RAM just yet, or what version of Android it will be running, although it's highly likely it would be Android Marshmallow given that HTC has already launched the One A9 last year running on Android 6.0. A 23MP camera has also been suggested for the device, although that is also a rumor along with the other listed specs. The question is, what specs do you want to see in the new flagship?