Rumors say that HTC will not take its upcoming M10 flagship to the MWC 2016, because the manufacturer has plans to unveil it much later, on April 11. The fans are eager to know everything about this handset, which is codenamed “Perfume”. HTC has been very secretive and refuse to give any information about its specs, but that didn’t stop leaks from being spread all over the internet. And recently, a source has given more details about the One M10’s camera.
According to the source, the One M10 will have a 12 MP Sony IMX 377 sensor which will replace the 20MP BSI sensor that didn’t provide excellent results. The new camera will support a pixel size of 1.55 um and will offer features such as phase detection autofocus and autofocus.
The One M9 had a 4MP Ultrapixel selfie camera with a 2µm pixel size and apparently, the successor will come with a 5MP Ultrapixel Samsung s5k4e6 front camera with a smaller pixel size of 1.34µm. Also, it seems that both the rear and front cameras will support optical image stabilization.
As for the other specs, at this point we believe that the flagship will have a slightly larger display (5.1-inch or 5.2-inch) whose resolution will be increased to QHD and, inside, it will house a Snapdragon 820 chipset or a Mediatek chipset, depending on the region, and the processor will be backed by 4GB of RAM. The internal memory will have a capacity of 32GB, of which 23GB will be user-accessible, but the phone will have a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
The One M10 will come loaded with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and will be overlaid by HTC Sense 8 UI. In terms of design, it seems that the upcoming device will be quite similar to the One M9, but the rumors say that the company will remove the front-facing logo.