HTC One M10 will launch on 11th April

HTC’s One M10 is in news for quite some time now and is expected to get an announcement event in March. This handset is rumored to be the big return of the Taiwanese giant in the market, following the controversial One A9, which is an expensive mid-ranger phone and the premium model One X9 exclusive in Asia.

However, the HTC One M10 phone was expected to be announced at the MWC event to be held in Barcelona in the coming days but now there are reports that its announcement is pushed to March. We know the predecessor of this upcoming flagship phone of the Taiwanese giant, One M9 was also announced in a separate event held in March 2015. So, this decision of the manufacturer to announce it in a separate event and not at MWC has not come as a surprise to us.

Now, a new rumor has surfaced putting some light on the official launch date for this event. As per reports, the announcement event which was previously to take place in London will be carried out on 11th April. It is also reported that the One M10 phone will lose the M10 for another moniker but the One brand will remain with the company.


Recently, we saw a leaked image of this smartphone with a missing logo of the company at the bottom of the screen. This image made it look almost similar to the One A9 handset of the maker which was released in late December last year. Thus, we can say that the One M10 phone follows the design language of One A9.

There is a 5.1 inch QHD AMOLED screen display and is powered by Snapdragon 820 chip or unspecified MediaTek chipset. This smartphone sports a 4GB RAM for fast processing speed and runs on the latest Android 6.0.1 with Sense 8 UI. It has a 12MP UltraPixel rear camera with optical image stabilization and laser assisted AF.

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