HTC teases the One M10 on Twitter with a new image

by: Jimmy WestenbergFebruary 24, 2016

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We’ve heard a plethora of rumors about the HTC One M10 over the past few weeks. A few reports have mentioned that the new flagship device could launch with a Quad HD AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a fingerprint sensor and 4 gigabytes of RAM under the hood. None of these specifications are too out of the ordinary, but picturing this device is still a little bit difficult — we’ve only really seen a handful of leaked images of the handset, and half of them were taken by Mr. Blurrycam.

We’re not too far away from the rumored April 11th launch date, and to get us thinking about it HTC has begun teasing its next flagship on Twitter. HTC tweeted an image of the smartphone with the hashtag #powerof10, which likely refers to the device’s name, the One M10. We haven’t gotten any official word from the company regarding the name until now, so this tweet suggests HTC will be sticking to the same naming scheme it’s been using for the past couple of years.

As you can see in the photo, not much is shown other than a highlight of the device’s chamfered edges. We can probably expect the device to feature an all-metal build this time around too, just like the One M7, M8 and M9.

HTC gave no other details about the device, so we’ll just have to wait to hear more in the coming weeks.

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  • Pman

    Let’s be honest, it won’t ever be as gorgeous as this version

  • TrueGamer2689

    let me guess another copy of the iphone 6s or probably this time samsung galaxy s7 edge

    • Arton Haziri

      exactly ! remember back in 2013 when M7 came out it was such a iphone 6 copy….oh wait somethings wrong here lol

    • Alf Lenni Erlandsen

      Yeah dude, get with the times, check dates for m7 and see how the iphone 6 looked after ;)

      • SnakeSplitskin

        Unfortunately M7-M9’s are so seldom seen in the wild that the design of the back has wrongly become identified as an Iphone design. Perhaps if HTC had followed up the M7 with a more amazing M8 than they did they might have sold more and really drove the design into people’s mind as an HTC brand. No sense in trying claim that HTC was first with it. Iphone has already cemented it as the first.

  • Pman

    Please be as good as this render from a year ago…

    • Josh Adams

      ^ This. Rear fingerprint sensor and a competitive camera using this design is a 2016 flagship. Unfortunately, HTC looks to be going the way of BB, Nokia, and Palm. All three were once iconic brands with incredible hardware and design. Unless HTC pulls some magic, they’ll be with them.

    • ShahinTr

      Don’t think that hideous front fingerprint sensor will be going anytime soon. I had hopes for HTC since the M7.

    • i_say_uuhhh

      Ugh. I cry each time I see that beautiful render.

      • OBoi

        This is gonna be it!

    • 404

      holy fap that’s beautiful

    • insomniac

      THIS is a dream…. And will always be a dream. I do not expect this from HTC, they do not have this kind of imagination. (Stupid HTC)

    • Bilal Hashim Siddiqi

      Expectation is the mother off all disappointments my friend.

  • charlie Jason

    It needs to have slim bezels and front facing speakers.

  • charlie Jason

    That looks like the super wide chamfered edge in that leak.

  • Mist Coconut

    All I ask for is the boomsound

    • echo1284

      Totally agree. Surely if they place boomsound on their recent midrange phones surely the flagship! Hope this comes in that beautiful original aluminum like the m7!

  • Brandon Powell

    The Power of 10 sounds like a Windows 10 tagline.

  • Me

    Plot twist: This phone is actually the W10 version and comes with boomsound speakers. The Android M10 looks like the A9.

  • wsee

    Please do not take away the front facing speakers! HTC has great design before the A9, so I hope M10 would continue the tradition and just improve the camera don’t reinvent the wheel just improve on it and make changes to the bad parts.