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.
— HTC (@htc) February 24, 2016
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.