With MWC all done and dusted now and the anticipation and speculation surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5 finally being sated, the industry will be moving on to the next big device launch of this year. Which at present certainly seems to be HTC with their latest One M flagship device, the HTC One M10. In fact, this has already been the case with a number of leaks on the device coming through of late. Although, today the leaking and speculation saw a massive spike with multiple reports coming through in quick succession.
In particular, there were some very clear and notably reports which came through today. The first was what seemed to be the confirmation that the HTC One M10 won't actually be called the One M10. Instead, HTC have opted to drop the 'One M' moniker and will simply go with HTC 10 this year. The second big report came through when earlier today known tipster @evleaks released an image which effectively showed the HTC 10 from just about every angle. This was a typical press render and as such left very little to the imagination.
However, if you were hoping for another look at the device, then it seems @evleaks released another image via VentureBeat which again looks to be a press render and again shows off the HTC 10 in very clear detail. In reality, there is not anything too revealing in this latest image, as it does confirm much of the details which were released in the first image earlier today. However, it is another look and does seem to further confirm the details, as well as the fact that a white version of the HTC 10 will be available when the time comes. In terms of the specs, the industry was made privy to them earlier today as well, when another known tipster @OnLeaks looked to confirm that the HTC 10 will come sporting a 5.15-inch QHD display, while inside the HTC 10 will come equipped with 4GB RAM and powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, along with an Adreno 530 supporting the graphics. @OnLeaks also did note the rear camera will be a 12-megapixel option while USB Type-C support will also be on offer. Not to mention, @OnLeaks further reiterated that this is the HTC 10, opposed to the HTC One M10.