Check out these high quality, leak-based renders of the HTC 10 (M10)

Check out these high quality, leak-based renders of the HTC 10 (M10)
Since the launch of the much lauded One M7 almost three years ago, HTC has struggled to woo the consumer market. Lack of significant design alterations and generally hit-and-miss camera tech have been cited as key reasons behind the company's slump in the smartphone arena. But the Taiwanese firm is not ready to give up just yet, with recent fighting talk having touted a device with "world first, world class" camera capabilities. As for the handset's appearance, we've had the odd sighting, and now one designer has delivered some high-res mock-ups to give a clear picture of what's next from HTC

Though these are just renders, they are in-keeping with what we've seen and heard so far. Very similar to a few snaps of the device shared recently by OnLeaks, it would seem that HTC has found a good balance between revitalizing the traditional form factor while preserving the company's agreeable design ethos. Though expected to arrive in an assortment of fanciful shades, this concept by Leoside only offers a look at what the device could look like in the more conservative black / gray and silver combos. Still, with the Galaxy S7 duo having soaked up the plaudits for their unquestionably premier design, the HTC 10 could, based on these images, give Sammy et al more than a run for their money. 

There's no telling whether the leaks, and therefore these renders, are anywhere close to what HTC has in the works. Still, if the company's next big thing did look like the renders seen below, would you be tempted to part with your money?

Do let us know what you think of these mock-ups via the comments. 

 

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63 Comments

1. Arschsalat

Posts: 158; Member since: Feb 29, 2016

I prefer On-Screen-Buttons

5. josephnero

Posts: 781; Member since: Nov 16, 2011

So do I Arschsalat

8. j2001m

Posts: 3061; Member since: Apr 28, 2014

All means nothing as dxomark as made s7 there best cam it's tested anywayshttp://www.dxomark.com/Mobiles/Samsung-Galaxy-S7-Edge-Mobile-Review-A-new-champion

13. Ordinary

Posts: 2454; Member since: Apr 23, 2015

Lol no surprise there

30. amats69

Posts: 1527; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

is your comment related to the article? im just wondering for you bringing up it here..

52. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

maybe just to inform PA's writer.. so they can write article about that, ASAP

58. j2001m

Posts: 3061; Member since: Apr 28, 2014

That's, right, they keep an eye for my posts and then make articles about it, it's happened many times, but as its good news, they may not make one, it's been over a day now with no article

36. Hoggington

Posts: 356; Member since: Feb 23, 2016

Although there is a HUGE omission from that Dxomark test and score. Which sensor was tested? The Sony or the Samsung fabbed sensor? I sent them an email, asking for clarification. As the thread on XDA cleary shows...there is a very noticeable difference between the two sensors. Even the field of view is slightly different between the two. Seems as if the majority consensus is saying the Sony sensor is a tad bit better in some regards. That Dxomark score is in limbo until we know what sensor they used.

53. ibend

Posts: 6747; Member since: Sep 30, 2014

maybe LG G5 can beat that :-/ btw, I wonder when one phone hit 100 scores (since each new best camera always have at least 1 point higher than the last best camera) will they continue to 101, 102, ... ? but maybe that wont happen until Galaxy S15

64. UglyFrank

Posts: 2194; Member since: Jan 23, 2014

G5's main rear sensor is the same one as last year so I doubt it.

10. Adreno

Posts: 755; Member since: Mar 12, 2016

I too, but isn't it good to try out capacitive ones? It's what I do. It's what tech nerds do.

19. RebelwithoutaClue unregistered

My last three phones had on screen buttons. Using capacitive ones now (S7 Edge). Despite being a splendid phone, one of my criticisms are those buttons (and that they are in the wrong order)

26. Kakarotto

Posts: 255; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

They are not in the wrong order. Many of us prefer back button to be closer to a thumb. And unless a phone is totally bezel-less(which doesn't happen these days), it is clearly illogical to waste screen space for buttons and leaving unused bezel underneath.

34. RebelwithoutaClue unregistered

While it is closer to the thumb, having the back button on the left feels more natural and you don't have to bend the thumb that much to press it. For me (and according to Google's standard) they are in the wrong order. And you don't waste screen space, since most apps can open full screen mode (or forced into it). And onscreen buttons are more customizable (not only in looks but also in numbers), many occasion I have 5 buttons instead of 3 on my other phone (G3)

55. phonearenarocks

Posts: 606; Member since: Mar 26, 2015

U from the US? The reason for asking the question is that to the British and to the folks from Asia there is a different take on the natural feeling...like the way electric switches are turned on, the way a bottle of Shampoo/Oil is placed on a table, the direction of traffic movement on the Roads, everything is the reverse...the placement of back button is also in the other side and it feels natural to us folks out here. It is subjective but I prefer back button on the right.

57. RebelwithoutaClue unregistered

No I'm from the Netherlands. Don't know if our light switches are different and as you can see, I don't use shampoo. But we drive on the right side of the road. I guess the side of the back button is personal for everyone (regardless of place of birth).

63. xtradax

Posts: 18; Member since: Dec 13, 2014

Yeah it is personal, I am from North Africa and the first thing I did was changing the order from left to right, I use back button a lot so I feel my thumb doing it easily on right, and for multitasking I instead use "Edge launcher" which I change to the right side too :D

15. Rocket

Posts: 669; Member since: Feb 24, 2014

I prefer capacitive!

40. FrankUnderwood2

Posts: 243; Member since: Oct 01, 2015

me too

43. Adreno

Posts: 755; Member since: Mar 12, 2016

Capacitive sucks.

21. max1c

Posts: 103; Member since: Oct 11, 2014

Everyone does. People that don't never used the on-screen navigation... That's the only thing that I hate about my new GS7E.

25. volcano

Posts: 348; Member since: Jan 25, 2013

Thankfully its not on-screen buttons

32. amats69

Posts: 1527; Member since: Nov 12, 2012

i prefer capacitive! this design is almost perfect but the finger print scanner ruined the design. why on earth htc didnt put that in the center???

39. Good-Is-Better

Posts: 105; Member since: Nov 12, 2015

Surely there will be an option to use On-Screen buttons for you.

41. engineer-1701d unregistered

there should be no buttons home button with finger scanner under front glass. not a fan of the this really wanted to be not feeling my gs7 this year time to change again. but it looks like the m7 and m8 had a baby and found out you got a bit of apple speakers on your ass for your finger to cover when using it.

44. Adreno

Posts: 755; Member since: Mar 12, 2016

Your concept isn't as creative as you paint it to be. Let OEMs try out new stuffs.

2. abdoualgeria

Posts: 928; Member since: Jul 27, 2015

The real succesor to the one m7

51. emmawilliam834

Posts: 241; Member since: Feb 09, 2016

The M7 is still the best looking smartphone around.

3. waqarzec

Posts: 74; Member since: May 09, 2013

It's Damn beautiful

4. Skimshaddy

Posts: 126; Member since: Feb 23, 2016

Much better HTC

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