New HTC One M10 leaks show a tweaked design that improves upon the company’s classic formula, but still retains its signature looks.
If it’s not broken, don’t fix it: New HTC One M10 leaks have displayed a unit in white with a tweaked design following on from HTC’s mixed success with the One M9 and One A9.
Notorious leaker Evan Blass tweeted an image revealing what the One M10 will allegedly look like; showing a slight evolution of HTC’s design language over that which we’ve seen previously. Read: HTC One A9 Review: the Android iPhone
Present on the device, expectedly, is a wide earpiece, a front-facing camera, and a proximity sensor. Interestingly, a notification LED is conspicuously absent on the device’s front panel; indicating that HTC could have done away with the unit, or simply placed it underneath the device’s white front panel.
Once again, HTC’s physical home button returns in the style of what we’d normally expect to see from Samsung, though we aren’t certain as to whether this device, from its first appearance here, will include a fingerprint scanner.
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