Leaked! HTC 10 images, specs and features

HTC didn't flutter any wings at Mobile World Congress as far as smartphones were concerned, but the Taiwanese phone maker is definitely working on its own flagship launch which is due on April 11.

However, just over a month before its launch, HTC's upcoming 10 phone has been leaked through a series of photos leaked by none other than @evleaks and @onleaks.

Through these images, we got to feast on the upcoming phone's design, ports and buttons up close, even though a list of specifications to go with the pictures would have made for an ideal supper.

 

One thing is for sure- HTC will continue with Boomsound with Dolby Audio which means that the music coming out of the phone will probably be the loveliest among all phones launched this year. However, LG's G5 with its Hi-Fi audio experience thanks to a partnership with B&O Play may come close.

@OnLeaks has also revealed AnTuTu benchmark score of HTC 10. The phone scores an amazing 109,936 compared to 81,087 scored by Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge and 79,965 scored by its predecessor, the HTC One M9. Samsung's Exynos 8890 processor, which powers the latest Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones, also scored 103,692 on AnTuTu benchmark which means the processor in HTC 10 can turn out to be the fastest in the world at launch.

 

@OnLeaks has also suggested that HTC 10 will sport a Snapdragon 820 chip with an Adreno 530 GPU, a USB Type-C port, 4GB of RAM, a 5.15-inch Quad HD display and a 12MP rear camera.

These specs do make sense if we compare them to earlier rumours of the HTC 10. As per LlabTooFeR, a serial tipster of HTC phones on Twitter, the One M10 is coming with highly-capable UltraPixel cameras with optical image stabilization. The 12MP rear camera will feature a Sony IMX377 sensor which is also present in Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P phones and the front camera will feature Samsung's s5k4e6 sensor which supports a resolution of 2592 x 1944p at 30fps.

Tech Radar has also tipped HTC's upcoming flagship phone to feature a maximum of 32GB of internal storage, a 4GB RAM as well as a microSD slot which, like the one in the One A9, may support as much as 2TB of additional data.

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