HTC One M10: What to expect


HTC are readying up their new flagship phone, the HTC One M10. The HTC One M10 might not be announced until March, but when it does arrive it could have a better camera, a fingerprint scanner and a waterproof build. There’s almost nothing to go on so far, leaving the HTC One M10 a thing of mystery.

Sure, HTC will undoubtedly launch a new flagship phone in 2016, but whether it will be called the M10, or have much in common with the M9, nobody knows. Right now there is not much on the air about the HTC One M10 but here, we have scavenged some facts about what to expect and look out for in the HTC One M10. Here it is, HTC One M10: What to expect.


The HTC One M9 looks fantastic, but each new device in the One range has seen less of a redesign than the previous one. The One M9 just didn’t really surprise us in any way. Apart from a nice brushed metal effect, there was a sense that we’d seen it all before. HTC probably knows that it’ll need to be a bit more drastic when designing the One M10. Many also consider the area below the bezel containing the HTC logo to be a waste of space, so perhaps that area could be used more productively.


Does that mean the HTC One M10 will have a whole new look? Its too early to say, but its possible and as beautiful as the One M9 is, we wouldn’t complain, as its about time for a makeover.

Specs and features

Various sources say that the One M10 will pack in 4 GB of RAM, a microSD slot and a 3500 mAh battery, and run Android 6.1 Marshmallow, which we have not seen yet.

The One M9 suffered from claims of overheating thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor. This means HTC cannot afford to take it easy with the One M10 specs it’ll need to at least equip it with a more thoroughly tested CPU.

Given the prevalence of the Snapdragon 820 in this year’s flagship line up and the chip-set’s reported improvement in stability over the 810, it seems very likely that the One M10 will sport the chip upon its release.


We’ve also heard that the HTC One M10 could be waterproof, while another rumour is that the handset will support wireless charging. That’s not hugely surprising as wireless charging is growing in popularity, but it’s a feature which the One M9 doesn’t have.


Other rumours include that the One M10 will include a 23 MP camera, up from 20 MP from that of the HTC One M9.


One of the biggest surprises to have emerged from MWC 2015 was the announcement of the HTC Vive, a virtual reality headset designed in collaboration with PC gaming platform Steam. With HTC’s main focus still being the mobile market, we’re wondering whether the powerful VR headset will have some part to play with the HTC One M10.

Well that is all that we know of about the HTC One M10 for now. Keep referring to our page as we will surely be updating more news on the phone.


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