After what could be described a bunch of leaks, HTC is finally ready to officially show the world the HTC 10.
The announcement came via the brand’s Twitter account, detailing the phone’s unveiling to come about 12 April this year. It looks like you will be able to catch a stream of the event online but we’re not sure if they’re planning an on-ground event in the three cities (New York, London, Taipei) mentioned on the image.
As far as specs go, the HTC 10 has been rumoured to have a compact 5.1″ Quad HD display. The rest of the specs are similar to a top-spec Xiaomi Mi 5 with a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM and 32GB of on-board storage. As seen in a couple of leaked shots, it will feature a front facing fingerprint scanner and home button combo along with 2 capacitive buttons. The boom sound stereo speakers is likely to be omitted and it will sport a reversible USB Type C port with Quick Charging.
We’re expecting HTC to tease more as the date draws closer, though if the leaks are to be believed, we won’t be expecting any big surprises.