Is it the HTC Aero? or the One M9+? or the simpler One M10? Well, HTC is in news again.
Some people working with a couple of Chinese sites seem to have time-travelled to the end of the year to witness the launch of HTC One M9's successor. They claim that the new phone will be called either the One M10 or simply HTC O2.
However, since we have seen several HTC-related rumours turning out to be true, we'll go with the flow for now.
Chinese websites MyDrivers and Mobile-dad have revealed that the new phone will feature a 6-inch QHD display with 1440 x 2560 pixels, the upcoming Snapdragon 820 processor, a 4GB RAM, Adreno 520 graphics and will be completely waterproof.
The phone's camera will also contain Qualcomm Spectra camera dual-ISP for 14-bit sensor support. Combining the best specs available in the market, the new phone will also feature a 3,500 mAh battery, a 20.7MP rear camera and a 5MP front camera.
The sources claim that the new phone will hit global markets around the end of 2015 and that a smaller 5-inch HTC O2 may also debut in the first half of next year.
Even though the One M9 failed to straighten HTC's balance sheets this year, HTC has launched the One M8s to recover some lost ground and is also restructuring its business to focus on new flagships aimed at the premium market.