The HTC 10 is the company’s upcoming flagship smartphone and based on all the leaked photos and renders, we suppose it really leaves nothing to the imagination. Just the other day we saw a handful of leaked renders, but in case you prefer the real-life photos of the phone, you will be pleased to learn that two new photos have since surfaced, as you can see in the photo above.
The photos don’t really tell us anything new that we did not know already. However it does confirm and corroborate all the photos and leaked renderings we’ve seen to date, although we should point out that in these photos, it shows off two of its capacitive buttons at the bottom of the phone to the left and right of the home button, something that has been missing from the renders.
The photo also confirms the back of the phone with its chamfered edges, but other than that, nothing new in particular. So far what we know about the phone is that it will sport a 5.2-inch QHD display with a Snapdragon 820 chipset under the hood. There is also a rumored 12MP rear-facing camera, and also a BoomSound speaker setup, although we can’t say for sure where the stereo speakers are placed based on the photos.
HTC has teased the phone’s upcoming launch but there is no word on when exactly the unveiling will take place. We have heard that the phone will be released on the 19th of April, meaning that its announcement should be taking place in the next few weeks at the very least.