One of the main complaints that has haunted HTC ever since its first One M model was the position of its logo at the front side, below the screen, taking up unnecessary space. Now the time has come to leave that behind, at least according to the HTC One M10 leaked picture below.
Courtesy of Evan Blass, this photo shows us the new HTC One M10 flagship, that frankly speaking we’re surprised we haven’t seen leaked more. It feels like a wider HTC One A9, with a more prominent top side, a big earpiece and selfie camera and a pretty big frame. The Home button that probably integrates a fingerprint scanner has changed shape from the One A9, now being oval shaped.
Along with the photo we also learned that this model was coming with a Snapdragon 820 chip, 4 GB of RAM and a 5.1 inch Quad HD screen, as well as HTC Sense 8.0 UI. Nothing really surprising, to be honest. The BoomSound speakers are also gone and the etched Power button is back from the One A9. A surprising bit is the fact that the front camera is said to offer OIS.
Considering the source, odds of this being fake are basically zero.