Even though HTC hasn’t made the date official yet, its flagship smartphone is coming next month (April 6 apparently) or at least that is what the rumours pointed out in the leaks for the last couple of weeks.
With each day passing and the number of leaks increasing, HTC has less and less to reveal about its smartphone. And by the time the event will take place, the company might have nothing left to reveal to the audience. Here is a new set of leaked images from all over the world portraying the Dark Grey and the Silver smartphone variant from the back and the front.
The HTC 10 or One 10 (whatever the final product name will be) might feature a 5.15″ QuadHD display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 12MP main camera on the back, all-metal body with chamfered edges, will run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and we are hoping for a far better battery life.
By now, you are all probably be wondering why is taking HTC so long to announce the device. Well, our guess is, that HTC is looking to launch the smartphone along with a wearable gadget, the company’s first smartwatch powered by Android Wear platform. This is the only reason we can think of right now, to why HTC is delaying the launch this much.