The HTC One M10 is rumoured to be announced on April 11 at a presentation in London, but it now looks like the actual release will take quite a bit longer as well.
Reliable Twitter tipster @evleaks has said the HTC One M10 will be available in US retail on the week of May 9.
There's no word on other markets yet, but it does seem to confirm that the One M10 will be coming to the US as well as the UK.
One long wait
That will be a whole month after the original M10 announcement and almost three months after the launch of the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7, so we're hoping HTC's next flagship will arrive in other countries a little earlier.
Rumours suggest the One M10 isn't the final name and it may be that HTC decides to embrace another moniker for the phone. It's expected the name One will be sticking around.
It looks like the 5.1-inch QHD AMOLED screen, 4GB of RAM and a 12MP rear facing UltraPixel camera. It'll likely be running Android 6 Marshmallow software along with the HTC Sense 8 overlay.