HTC’s next big flagship smartphone just doesn’t seem to want to stay hidden from the public. We’ve seen everything from press renders to blurrycam shots over the past couple weeks, and today we’re getting yet another pair of photos of the HTC 10 in the wild.
Today’s leak comes from Twitter user @tanalibera. Thankfully the shots attached below are relatively clear, and are pretty much in line with the other leaked photos and renders we’ve seen thus far.
Starting with the photo on the left, it looks like HTC took the One M7’s camera module and pasted it on the back of the 10. There’s a slightly bigger flash to the right of the sensor as well. According to previous rumors, the device will sport a 12MP rear camera with laser autofocus, as well as a 5MP UltraPixel shooter on the front. As far as the design of the device is concerned, HTC doesn’t seem to be straying too far away from past One flagships. The HTC 10, though, appears to have a pretty sizable chamfer that extends around the entire device.
Moving to the front, we’re not seeing anything all too surprising here. There’s a big screen (supposedly a 5.2-inch display of the AMOLED variety), with an earpiece above and a big front camera sensor to the right. Down below the display sits a Samsung-style physical home button flanked by… capacitive back and recent apps buttons. We’re not entirely sure why HTC is switching back to capacitive buttons from on-screen keys, but the decision probably won’t be taken lightly by HTC fans.
So now that you’ve seen a clearer photo of the HTC 10, tell us — what do you think?