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The Upcoming Flagship HTC One M10 Will Look Like HTC One A9

According to the tweet of Evleaks, the upcoming flagship phone from HTC – HTC One M10 – will adopt the HTC One A9’s design.

The HTC One A9 is their latest mid-range phone, which they released last year. Its design is similar to iPhone 6. There is no further explanation about it, but HTC may design the One M10 to be more premium than the One A9. The main reason is because the One M10 is their flagship phone, and will represent their premium class phones.

When it comes to specification, the previous report said that HTC is going to adopt 2 processors for different sales areas. They adopt a processor from Qualcomm and Mediatek. They will also use the latest high-end processor, Snapdragon 820 from Qualcomm while there is no further information about the processor from Mediatek, but according to predictions, they will use Helio X20. For OS, they will adopt the Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 with TC Sense 8.0.

There are not many rumors about HTC One M10, but this one can give us a clue that HTC will continue with their flagship in 2017. They are reported to exhibit HTC One M10 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Feb 21.

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The other news: iPhone 7 Plus Will Have A Dual-Camera System For Better Photos

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