If you are a HTC fan, you might want to give some of your attention to this news. Remember the earlier rumors that said that the HTC One M10 would get another name? Well, it looks like the Taiwanese company is not interested in changing the name scheme, and that its next flagship phone will indeed be called as the HTC One M10, at least internally.
Look down in the gallery below, and you will see some proofs that have been unveiled today. These proofs strongly, very strongly suggest that the One M10 moniker is going to stay. The picture of the keyboard given in the gallery below has been allegedly captured from the M10, and the EXIF data extracted from the image says that it has been clicked from the M10 indeed.
Also, the camera of the HTC One M10 gets a f/1.9 aperture, resulting in better low-light pictures. Nothing else is known about the phone yet, but we do expect the phone to run on Snapdragon 820 with 4GB of RAM and Adreno 530 GPU. The phone is said to come with a 5.2-inches QHD screen and a fingerprint-scanner-cum-home-button.
It is being said that the HTC One M10 should be launched officially on 11th April, but it remains officially unconfirmed yet.