HTC has been one of the most prominent names in the markets of Smartphone technology over the past few years.
The company has been one of the earliest names to enter into the Android markets, and in fact the first ever Android phone to be released was under the HTC branding.
The company has been one of the most popular names in the markets and has been especially known for their designs.
The HTC phones are among some of the best devices in the markets when one compares the looks. The devices have been known for their exceptional performance but are often priced on the higher end.
Latest leaks have now indicated that HTC is working on their latest generation of flagship phones, and the HTC One M10 is the next big thing to release from the company.
Leaked images have shown us how this phone, codenamed the HTC Perfume is expected to look like.
The device has reportedly been in development from quite some time, and it is being said that it borrows heavily on the looks from the HTC One A9.
However this comes in as no major surprise as this has been something that HTC had already announced that they might seek inspiration for their flagship phones on the basis of their A series.
The phone releases into the markets featuring a home button in the center of the device which doubles up as the Touch ID sensor.
This leaked image also confirms some earlier reports which had stated that the phone will be doing away with the BoomSounds speakers and does not feature front facing speakers as well.
The HTC One M10, codenamed HTC Perfume, is expected to be a 5.1 inched device, which will release with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The device is expected to run on the latest Qualcomm release – the Snapdragon 820, and will feature the Adreno 530 for Graphic Processing.
Talking about the camera of the device, it is being anticipated that the phone will be releasing with a minimum of 12 Ultrapixels of camera in the back, and an 8MP wide-angled lens in the front.
The phone will run the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow OS upon release, and will be skinned with the HTC Sense UI. More details are expected to be leaked in the upcoming days.