We’ve been seeing image leaks of HTC’s One M10, or just the HTC 10 if rumour is correct, since early last month and the latest reveal leaves nothing to the imagination. If you’re hoping for surprises come the eventual reveal, you’re about to be disappointed. That’s because we’re about to spoil the surprise.
You’re okay with that, we’re assuming, because otherwise you would have stopped reading already. We’ve seen basic image leaks already, had a decent gander at what the specs are supposed to be but a whole herd of cats have vacated the sack.
Leaks from @OnLeaks and @evleaks, both with an impressive track records of we-were-right-all-along, have dropped a full render (via @evleaks) as well as images and claimed specs for the device (@OnLeaks). The as-yet unannounced reveal event is looking like a rubber stamp at this point.
If you’re after the specs as they stand now – according to the rumour mill – then you’re in luck. We’ve got those waiting. The HTC 10 is set to carry a 5.15in, 2,560 x 1,440 display, Snapdragon 820 processor (with Adreno 530 in tow), 4GB of RAM, and a USB C charge port. You can see the latter in the image above. Look, see? A 12MP camera is also said to be part and parcel.
As for the official word, a New York event is said to be planned for 19 April. Assuming the extremely-complete leaks are wholly accurate, you already know what HTC are about to say.