HTC One M10 teaser says 'World First, World Class' cameras

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HTC One M9
The new HTC One M9 smarphone is displayed during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona March 3, 2015. Reuters/Gustau Nacarino

The second official teaser of HTC's upcoming flagship smartphone of 2016 is out. Even though HTC hasn't officially announced the release date of its highly anticipated HTC One M10, the company has been teasing the smartphone on Twitter on regular intervals.

On its official Twitter page, HTC released an ad showing the One M10 with a caption reading, "World First, World Class, Front and Back. You'll see". HTC is yet to confirm the official name of the handset, although it is widely believed it be known as the HTC One 10.

 

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The new teaser image in the tweet displays two lenses, indicating the camera capabilities of the HTC One M10. The brand has been known for its brilliant exterior designs in the past, but has never come up with any extraordinary camera features.

With the HTC One M7, the company had introduced the Ultra Pixel camera which it continued using with its next iterations, the One M8 as well the latest One M9.

However, it now appears that the company may be trying to make an impression with the camera unit of the HTC One M10.

The rumoured HTC One M10 specs and features include a 5.1-inch or 5.2-inch AMOELD display accompanied by 1,440 x 2,560 pixels QHD resolution. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor will power the device.

However, there are speculations that like the Samsung Galaxy S7, HTC will also ship the smartphone with different processors in different markets. The One M10 is tipped to come with 4GB of RAM.

The One M10 is expected to be compatible with the HTC Vive VR headset to answer phone calls and view notifications. According to Tech Times, the HTC One M10 will be shipped with Google's Android 6.0 Marshmallow coupled with HTC Sense 8.0.

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