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Popular leaker of flagship smartphone designs, specs and features Evan Blass has once again come in with renders of the upcoming HTC One M10.

As if all major companies are following trend when it comes to the looks and appearance of this year’s models in relation to last year’s, it seems the Taiwanese tech giant will be adopting a larger part of the design it used on the HTC One A9.

Same design and style as the One A9

While there is no word of when this phone is expected to come out, word has it that the company will be unveiling this device alongside other companies such as Samsung and LG, all of which have confirmed will be at the upcoming MWC 2016 event in Barcelona. If what Blass is sharing materializes, we might see a device that resembles the recently released One A9.

A close look at the renders leaked reveal that the new One M10 will come with the same design as well as style as the one used on the One A9. The button arrangement is the same and under the screen you will come across a fingerprint sensor that will probably double as the phone’s home button, just like with the case of the One A9.

One little difference is that the M10’s sensor looks a little rounder than the one on the A9, which if you are not s careful, might confuse it for an iPhone. You will not miss the usual HTC antenna lines clearly visible around the phone’s edge, something that makes this leak somehow credible. The front has not yet received the HTC logo and the usual Boom sound speakers aren’t visible either. However, there is a front-facing snapper that looks a bit large.

Other than the leaked design images, the HTC One M10 will feature a Snapdragon 820 chipset, a RAM of 4GB and a QHD AMOLED display of 5.1 inches that manages a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels. Although the design of the One M10 looks a lot similar to the A9, the former will definitely be more powerful than the latter.