HTC’s upcoming HTC 10 has leaked a few times in recent weeks, however has yet to see its official announcement. We’ve seen press renders, leaked images (albeit ones that blur out details on the phone), and more. Tonight though we’ve got fresh images of the device in the wild.

These new photos confirm the metal design (as if there were any doubt) and they do line up with previous leaked renders. The rear features a look that is similar to other HTC devices, including the M7. The rear camera is also flanked by an LED flash and what appears to be a laser autofocus, however that is unconfirmed.

Meanwhile the front side feature a fingerprint sensor, large front facing camera, and no front facing speakers. Also on the front, we see the capacitive buttons which HTC moved away from when they launched the One M8. Of course this comes down to personal preference. You’ll either like it or hate. Personally, I don’t hate it, but I don’t love it either.

As far as the software goes, we don’t learn much from these photos, however we do get a glimpse at a pretty familar clock widget and the classic HTC Sense app icons.



What are you thoughts on this design? Love it? Hate it? Sound off in the comments below!

Via: Droid-Life