HTC One M10 Realistic 3D Rendering based on Live Images and Leaks

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          A few days back we published a 3D rendering of the HTC One M10 based on the leaks and rumors and now we are back again with some realistic version of the rendering so that you guys can experience the upcoming flagship in its full glory. 

          As you could see from the rendering the One M10 will follow similar design to the previous One A9 smartphones and ultimately derived from the iPhone 6, and it seems most of the changes are made to the front panel amongs which the most significant change is the removal of the HTC logo from the front leaving behind a clean and efficient design.  Also the One M10 won't have the stereo speakers at the front ,whereas earpiece at the top is made more broader now .  The front camera is a bit larger compared to its predecessor whereas the shape of the home button at the front has changed , now being close to an oval shape.  There is an USB Type C port provided at the bottom panel which will deliver faster data transfer and charging. The 3.5mm audio port ,speaker grill and voice reception mic is also placed at the bottom leaving the top panel free from buttons or ports.  The volume rockers and and lock/Unlock key are placed on the right hand side while the sim and microSD card slots are placed on the left.  Back panel features the camera and LED flash having similar placement to the One A9 except that the camera is slightly larger here.

          According to the rumors  HTC One M10 will feature  5.1 inch Quad HD screen, Snapdragon 820 chip, 4 GB of RAM and as well as HTC Sense 8.0 UI.  The primary camera is said to be 12MP Ultrapixel camera with OIS and laser auto focus while we could see the front camera is significantly bigger than its predecessor which could be a 8 Ultra pixel sensor also expected to have OIS.  It is rumored that the HTC One M10 will be launched on April 11, meanwhile take a look at our video rendering.

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