Feb 05 AT 1:06 PM Nick Gray 0 Comments

Image claims to show off the upcoming HTC One M10

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A few weeks back, @evleaks stated that the HTC One M10 would be appealing to those who liked the look of the HTC One A9. Today, he’s shared a picture of a device that is expected to be the HTC One M10, which shares quite a few design elements with the One A9.

The first thing that most people will notice is that the HTC logo is not present on the front of the phone. The pictured device sports 2.5D glass that curves into the sides of the phone, meeting a gold-colored aluminum case with a few white antenna slits on the sides and top. There’s only one speaker slit on the front of the phone (sorry, no proper BoomSound), but the speaker slit above the display is a bit beefier than that of the One A9. Below the display is the phone’s fingerprint scanner, which is less wide yet taller than the one used on the A9.

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So far, the image suggests that the One M10 will look quite similar to the A9, but we don’t really know if HTC is planning any major design changes for the back.

What’s your take on the leaked image? If the image is real, do you think HTC’s design of the One M10 is moving in the right direction?

Source: @evleaks

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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