The Taiwanese multinational HTC is readying itself for the mega launch of its smartphone flagship the HTC 10 on 12th April.
Quite a few live images of HTC 10 have been leaked online thus far. The recently surfaced live pictures provide a clear look at the design and edges of the forthcoming handset.
The revealed live pictures depict the chamfered corners on the handset along with antenna lines at the rear.
In addition, a circular snapper module featuring a dual LED flash and laser autofocus can also be spotted on the back. HTC logo has prominently been engraved on the back of HTC 10.
The 3.5 mm audio jack has been mounted on the top whereas the speaker grill, USB Type C and microphone have been placed at the bottom.
The company has also teased the BoomSound technology for its forthcoming device last week. Thus far, the teaser campaign being run by HTC has been remarkably tantalizing. None of the released live images offer a look at the front of the handset.
In terms of design, HTC 10 is being speculated to feature a unibody metal design and a fingerprint scanner mounted in the home button.
HTC 10 will be made available for purchase in four color options including Glacier Silver (white face), Carbon Gray, Glacier Silver (black face) and Topaz Gold.
HTC 10 will come with a Quad HD 5.15-inch Super LCD 5 display with 1440×2560p screen resolution. The handset will be fueled by Quad-core Snapdragon 820 by Qualcomm along with Adreno 530 GPU for graphics.
The handset will sport 4GB of RAM. The handset is speculated to be released in three variants featuring 16, 32 or 64 GB expandable internal storage. HTC 10 will be driven by Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.
For camera, HTC 10 will encapsulate a 12.3 MP rear shooter accompanied by dual-tone LED flash and 5MP Ultrapixel selfie clicker.