Between the LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 and HTC One M10, I think we’ve all seen our fair share of blurry-cam images over the past few weeks. The Galaxy S7 and G5, which are slated to launch in a few days at MWC 2016, have leaked out quite a bit, and we already have a pretty good idea as to what those two flagships will bring to the table. As for the One M10, HTC apparently doesn’t have plans to announce it until April 11th, but that’s not stopping the phone from showing up in a leaked picture or two.
The latest leaked image of the One M10 (or whatever HTC plans on calling it) comes to us from none other than Evan Blass, or @evleaks. He’s already given us a much blurrier look at the device a few weeks ago, but this image is a little more clear.
Taking a closer look, we can see the Samsung-like physical home button that will likely sport a fingerprint sensor. There’s also an earpiece above the display, a large front-facing camera sensor (likely to be of the UltraPixel variety), and well, that’s about it.
Other rumored specs include a 5.2-inch AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, the same 12MP rear camera that’s found on the glorious Nexus 6P, and it will also run the latest version of Android. For more speculation and rumors, check out our full HTC One M10 rumor roundup linked below.
So, what are your thoughts? Are you liking what you see so far, or do you think HTC is going in the wrong direction with this one? Let us know what you think in the comments.