The post, which was quickly pulled from the site, shows the top half of the M10’s back. You can see the familiar antenna band, which HTC helped pioneer starting with the original One (M7). There’s also a large rear camera with a a dual LED flash and what could be the phone’s rumored laser-assisted auto-focus.
The design looks pretty similar to last year’s One M9, which also featured antenna bands and a large primary camera. There are a few tweaks though. Most noticeably the camera lens is a circle rather than a rounded square, and the flash sits on the opposite side. You can even see what looks like a headphone jack peeking out from the top of the device.
The One M10 is also expected to ditch HTC’s front-facing logo for a cleaner look. We’re expecting plenty of upgraded hardware as well, including a 5.2-inch Quad HD display, a Snapdragon 820 chip, 4GB of RAM, expandable storage, a fingerprint reader and Android 6.0 Marshmallow software with the company’s own Sense 8.0 UI.
HTC will allegedly release the device in early May following a press event on April 11, though the company still hasn’t confirmed these plans.