Take a look at the HTC One M10 in white

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All eyes have been on Samsung and LG this week because of their upcoming MWC 2016 events, but HTC is still working to fight those two companies with its next flagship. The upcoming HTC One M10 should be released in early May, and we’re starting to see images of the handset appear online.

Evan Blass shared an image of the the One M10’s front in black earlier this month. Now the best in the business of leaking is back with an image of the One M10’s front in white.

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Above, you’re looking at the front of the One M10 in white. It shows the 5.2-inch display with a home button (that has an integrated fingerprint sensor) sitting below. As reported a few weeks ago, the HTC-branded black is gone.

The HTC One M10 is expected to have a 5.2-inch Quad HD (2560×1440) AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor with 4GB of RAM, an Adreno 530 GPU, and 32GB of internal storage. For capturing pictures and recording video, HTC will utilize a 12MP camera on the rear and a 5MP camera on the front.

Once the Samsung Galaxy S7 and LG G5 are announced on Sunday, we’ll likely be getting information on the HTC One M10 at a more frequent pace. And what does that mean? A launch is imminent. HTC should be hosting an event sometime in March or April in order to ship the One M10 by early May. The company could also move up the launch and release dates because Samsung and LG are going to have big jumps on HTC if the One M10 arrives in two-and-a-half months.

Source: Evan Blass (Twitter)


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