Remember when we got our first glimpse at the HTC One A9 last year and how everyone said that HTC had lost its way? That they’ve fallen into the pit of simply copying Apple and Samsung rather than daring to be different like how they had with the HTC One M7? It looks like the copycat trend is continuing, based on this leaked photo of the HTC One M10.

Presumably set to be HTC’s 2016 flagship Android smartphone, the HTC One M10 is continuing where the One A9 left off. Remember those iconic BoomSound front-facing stereo speakers? Yes, those are still gone. Remember the oval-shaped physical home button that’s eerily reminiscent of so many Galaxy devices? Yes, that’s still there. And yes, it’s rocking the glossy white look in shiny plastic, though I’m sure it’ll be offered in other colors too.

A report earlier this month from VentureBeat provided some further tech specs for the HTC One M10. We can expect to see a Snapdragon 820 SoC under the hood, along with 4GB of RAM, a QHD AMOLED display, fingerprint sensor integrated into the home button, and Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow.

While both the LG G5 and the Samsung Galaxy S7 are expected to make their respective debuts at MWC in Barcelona, the HTC One M10 might not show up until April.

Via The Verge

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