We have already seen the HTC 10, previously expected to be called the HTC M10, in several leaked renders and live images. The upcoming smartphone's specifications have also been rumoured. The flagship handset this time has once again popped up in leaked live images.
The leaked images, claiming to show the gold colour variant of the HTC 10 smartphone, give us a clearer perspective of the device's front and back panel. The images also confirm the metal design we have already seen in the leaked render images previously. The new leaked live shots of the HTC 10 come from a HDblog community user in the comments section of a forum post.
The live shots besides showing the broad chamfered edges also show the metal clad HTC 10 to sport a physical home button below the display along with two capacitive buttons for moving back and accessing multi window options. The slightly protruding rear camera with dual-LED flash is visible along with two antennas running at the top and bottom of the back panel.
HTC earlier this month released its first teaser video for the One 10 flagship smartphone. The video, while showing nothing of significance, promised a lot of things. In the video, the company claimed that the HTC team was working "non-stop" because it wanted to "make your phone even better." The YouTube video also said that the team was obsessed but "in a good way."
Based on preliminary leaks, the 'HTC 10' is said to feature a 5.15-inch QHD display; Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor; Adreno 530 GPU; 4GB of RAM; 12-megapixel rear camera, and USB Type-C port.
Some reports have pointed that the 'HTC 10' may launch on April 19, the same date seen in the display of the smartphone in the render images leaked previously. Considering that HTC is yet to start sending invites for the launch event of the new flagship, we can expect there are still a few days left ahead of the unveiling.