Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve only seen bits and pieces of HTC’s newest flagship smartphone. That changed this morning when complete renders of the phone leaked out.
The image you see above comes courtesy of VentureBeat editor Evan Blass.
Blass shared the image in a Twitter exchange with Steve Hommerstoffer of OnLeaks fame. Besides giving us our clearest look at HTC’s latest phone, there are a couple of tidbits to gleam from the image. One, it looks like the phone won’t feature the company’s signature BoomSound speakers; two, the phone definitely has a USB-C port.
According to Hommerstoffer, a prototype HTC 10 he was able to get his hands on came with a 5.15-inch 2560 x 1440 display, 4GB of RAM, Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 820 process and a 12-megapixel rear-facing camera. Earlier this morning, Blass said the phone will be known as the HTC 10, not the HTC One M10 as was previously rumoured.
HTC is scheduled to announce the 10 on April 11. The company may also use the event to announce several other devices, including an Android Wear smartwatch that will, according to the company’s CEO, “turn the industry on its head.”