HTC teases powerful One M10

HTC joined the MWC 2016 with its three new smartphones in HTC Desire series but it has left the much anticipated One M10 for a later show, which is  ‘coming soon.’ Following the drop out from the MWC new teaser released by HTC shows that its flagship is going to make its way to the markets soon.

HTC’s devices which were launched at the MWC 2016 include the HTC Desire 825, Desire 630 and Desire 530. The HTC Desire trio brings average level of specs with a new finish which HTC has dubbed as micros splash. The devices look good for mid-range but the slot for a HTC flagship remains vacant.

HTC One M10

The HTC One M10 which has also been named as HTC Perfume has been much anticipated by its fans. The MWC 2016 observed the key smartphones vendors including Samsung and LG launching their flagships which are going to pose a degree of competition in the flagship market.

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Prior to the MWC the HTC One M10 was reported to be announced sometime in March. A recent teaser image shows the device is set for arrival without giving any particular date for its launch. The HTC teaser, besides the hints of One M10 launch suggests some core features to expect on the upcoming flagship.

HTC One M10

The HTC teaser image shows the upcoming One M10 flagship as a powerful metal-made smartphone. The teaser comes with #powerof10 hashtag hinting the arrival of the powerful device ahead.

As per the speculations the upcoming HTC One M10 will be powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset which puts  it among Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge and LG G5 flagships in processing capabilities. The One M10 is expected to unveil in March but the device may not appear in markets before May. Though it will be a little delayed but not out of the computation which is expected to rise by the time.

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HTC One M10

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