HTC is at MWC this year, but isn’t showing off what we’re all hoping for the most — their next flagship device, the HTC M10. It’s not to say that HTC showing off their mid range Desire phones or the HTC Vive aren’t what we really want to see, but introducing new phones or anything from the manufacturer is helpful. Personally, I didn’t expect to see HTC announce the M10 at MWC from the track record they’ve had over the past few years after not showing either the HTC M8 or M9 at the event.
Though HTC didn’t announce the M10 today, but they did provide us with a little bit of a teaser photo on their Twitter account. #powerof10 was the tweet, but it doesn’t give us any detail whatsoever as to when the phone will be announced or what it looks like. Of course with any teaser this is bound to happen.
— HTC (@htc) February 24, 2016
As you can see from the photo above, the phone is still rounded at the corners, but doesn’t seem to take on the rounded corners the A9 model has. No iPhone copy this time? Aw, darn HTC! We also don’t know if that’s the front or the back of the device, but we can all guess it’s the front. The phone also has chamfered edges, which is a different route HTC is taking. It may help for a better grip on the phone, but who knows. We’ll just have to wait until HTC announces the device sometime in the next month or two for more details.
The rumored specs on the device consist of a 5.1″ QHD display, a Snapdragon 820 SoC with 4GB of RAM, 12 Ultrapixel for the rear facing camera (yes maybe back to Ultrapixel), 5 Ultrapixel for the front facing camera, 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded, a fingerprint scanner, Android 6.0, and HTC Sense 8 as the Android skin.
What are your thoughts about HTC’s #powerof10 teaser? Let us know by leaving your comments below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.Source: ZDNet