Many people have been waiting for the next flagship smartphone from HTC ever since rumors surfaced that the Taiwanese-based tech phone manufacturer have something in the works. While many people originally thought that the new smartphone will be named the HTC One M10, new information has revealed that the company may simply release their new flagship phone as the HTC 10. Now, new renders of the upcoming phone has been revealed which shows everyone what they can expect from the HTC 10.
According to a report from Engadget, well-known leaker Evan Blass otherwise known as @evleaks has revealed some rendered images of the HTC 10 via an article he wrote in VentureBeat. The revealed images are very clean and HTC?s design have made the HTC 10 a very attractive phone.
Fans who have been using HTC smartphones in the past can jump for joy as one of the most annoying design aspects of previous HTC models has been fixed in the HTC 10 as the HTC logo bar in the bottom part of the screen has finally been eliminated.
The rendered images of the HTC 10 feature two color variants: black and white. While there has been no confirmation yet on other colors, expect more news to surface in the coming months.
In the same VentureBeat article, Evan Blass points out that HTC may be planning to unveil the HTC 10 in April with a release date coming sometime in May. This has not been confirmed by the company yet but Blass has had a very good reputation when it comes to providing leaks and inside information on smartphones in the past.
So HTC fans, what do you think about the first look of the HTC 10? Be sure to check back here for more news and information about the HTC 10 and other Android smartphones which will be releasing soon.
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