HTC One M10 (Perfume) seemingly headed to AT&T, could resemble the One A9


Last month, we told you that HTC's next flagship smartphone could be called HTC Perfume, and should be launched running Android 6.1 Marshmallow with Sense 8.0 UI. Most likely, Perfume is just a codename for the rumored HTC One M10, which is expected to be officially unveiled in the near future, possibly in March (if not at MWC 2016 in February).

According to a screenshot revealed by Evan Blass (aka @evleaks), the Perfume / One M10 is headed to AT&T. Of course, this should not come as a surprise, since we're expecting all major US carriers to sell HTC's new flagship smartphone at some point.

Evan Blass also mentioned that "if you like the A9, you'll love the M10." This could mean that the One M10 will resemble the HTC One A9 - pictured above - when it comes to design. If that's the case, the M10 might be a thin, all-metal handset with a fingerprint sensor on the front, and an overall look that draws similarities to Apple's iPhone 6 series.

The HTC One M10 may have two variants: one powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, and another one powered by a MediaTek processor, with the latter likely being made for Asian markets. Rumors have it that the One M10 will be water-resistant (IP68-certified). This would be an improvement over the splash resistance (IPX3-certification) of the One M9 and One M8.

Would you be happy with an A9-like One M10?

source: @evleaks (1), (2)

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