While many continue to hope that HTC One M10 will be unveiled during the upcoming MWC 2016 event in Barcelona, the latest reports suggest otherwise.
As if to confirm the recent rumors that HTC will unveil the new One M10 somewhere in April, new leaks suggest that the Taiwanese company will be unveiling its next flagship on the week of May 9, 2016. At the moment, it is hard to believe any of the arising rumors and speculations, with leaked images of how the phone will look like as well as the specs doing rounds all over the web already.
According to renowned leaker Evan Blass, the new HTC One M10 will not be around until May. At the moment, there is no word on the exact date that we can expect to see this phone unveiled, however, the @evleaks owner, who has a trend of correctly predicting smartphone release dates, seems to be onto something here.
To even further the mysteries, there is no information of when HTC will avail this device for purchase in the U.S. But looking at how the company has carried on after unveiling a new One M series flagships, the official release date of the One M10 shouldn’t take long once it is unveiled in May.
In fact, the release of HTC One M8 and the availability for sale happened on the same day, but the One M9 took a few weeks before finally showing up in the U.S. If this is to be maintained, the new One M10 could be unveiled in April or even in early May as suggested by the latest developments. The phone will then be made available for sale shortly after it is announced.
This phone is then expected to hit U.S. stores by mid-May or towards the end of the same month.
HTC One M10 is touted to bring along with it quite a number of improvements from the previous version. While nothing much is expected to change as far as design is concerned, the new One M10 will come with some significant changes under the hood. For starters, expect a new Snapdragon 820 chipset, a RAM of 4GB and the new Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. As far as the display size is concerned, rumor has it that the phone will have a 5.2-inch OLED screen with a decent resolution. The camera is reportedly featuring a 16MP lens on the rear and a 5/8MP snapper on the front.
Until HTC comes clear and public about this matter, you are advised to take this news with a grain of salt for anything might change. Keep following us and we will keep you informed of the latest developments regarding the much anticipated HTC One M10.