HTC was the third-largest smartphone manufacturer at one point, but things aren't so great at the moment for this Taiwan-based company. HTC has been having financial issues for quite some time now, as they don't seem to be able to sell enough smartphones. The company has released the One A9 and One X9 handsets in the latest couple of months in the hope that those products will help them get back to the right path, but it seems that didn't happen. HTC has posted a record-low revenue for February 2016, which is yet another blow for the company.
Well, HTC is expected to introduce their new flagship soon, it is expected to arrive before the end of April (latest rumor says April 19 is the date), though it is possible HTC will announce it before the end of March, we'll see. Rumors say that the device will be called 'HTC 10', which means the company is ditching the 'One M10' naming this time around. We've already seen quite a few leaks when it comes to this smartphone, and judging by those images, the HTC 10 will resemble the One A9 to an extent. The physical home button will be included below the display, and will double as a fingerprint scanner. The phone will, once again, going to be made out of metal, and its power / lock and volume rocker buttons will be placed on the right-hand side. The SIM tray will also be located on the right side of this smartphone, and the camera is expected to protrude a bit on the back.
Now, as I've mentioned, a number of images leaked thus far, and we do have yet another one to share with you this time around. If you take a look at the provided image, you'll get to see four color variants of the HTC 10, courtesy of @upleaks. Judging by this image, the HTC 10 will be available in Silver / Black, Gray, Gold / White and White color variants. Judging by the rumors thus far, the HTC 10 is expected to feature a 5-5.2" QHD (2560 x 1440) display, along with 4GB of RAM and a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera. The device will almost certainly going to be fueled by the Snapdragon 820 64-bit quad-core processor, and the UltraPixel camera is expected to be available up front. Android Marshmallow will come pre-installed on this smartphone, and on top of it, you'll be able to find HTC's Sense UI. That is pretty much it, we'll let you know as soon as new info surfaces.