While the world is waiting to see what HTC has for 2016, it has just released a teaser video to create hype for the upcoming One M10. The teaser video reveals that something is cooking up “in a good way” to “make your phone even better”.
The video uploaded by HTC’s Turkish YouTube channel doesn’t even show a glimpse of the One M10. But instead, it previews how the Taiwanese company is working “non-stop” to develop its new flagship smartphone.
The HTC One M10 will be the successor to the last year’s One M9. The company hasn’t revealed the schedule for the arrival of the new smartphone. However, it recently sent out “save the date” invites to the media to suggest the launch for sometime in the coming future.
HTC One M10 “save the date” invite
HTC is said to have opted for a 12-megapixel Sony IMX377 image sensor for the back camera of the One M10. This is the same sensor that featured on Huawei’s Nexus 6P and LG’s Nexus 5X last year. In addition to the high-end image sensor, the company is reportedly using a laser autofocus technology on a phase detection autofocus (PDAF) lens.
A leaked render suggests that the One M10 would be identical to the One A9. It would have a whole metal build with the presence of a fingerprint sensor on the front and an almost bezel-less display panel.
HTC One M10 leaked render suggests One A9 design
The new HTC One smartphone is likely to be powered by a 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and would run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system. Also, it is expected to have a new version of Sense interface.