Revealed by a commentator on Disqus, the new photos show a black-and-silver variant of an HTC 10 that's been powered on in China (in Beijing, to be exact). We can clearly see that the handset features a home button flanked by capacitive keys, plus a prominent front-facing camera. Mind you, that home button should include a fingerprint scanner. On the back, the device has a single camera (possibly a 12 MP UltraPixel one) with dual LED flash and what appears to be a laser auto focus sensor. There seems to be no sign of the dual BooomSound speakers that we can find on HTC's older flagships (One M9, One M8, One M7). Is anyone sad to see these go?
All in all, the HTC 10 looks like a blend between the One A9 and the One M9. According to previous rumors, the smartphone sports a 5.1-inch Quad HD (1440 x 2560 pixels) display, being powered by Qualcomm's high-end Snapdragon 820 processor.
The HTC 10 could be launched on April 19, likely being available in at least four color variants. Who's looking forward to buying one?
source: Disqus via Nowhereelse