After giving us a teaser about the HTC One M10 earlier this week, Evan Blass is back with a full report at VentureBeat that gives us a lot more details on HTC’s upcoming flagship handset. Among other things, Blass says that this will be the first flagship HTC phone that will come with an embedded fingerprint scanner and it will also have a home button that’s reminiscent of Samsung’s Galaxy S6.
From a specs perspective, Blass says the device will feature a 5.1-inch display with a resolution of 1440 x 2560 pixels, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM and a “12-UltraPixel resolution and laser-assisted autofocus.”
Intriguingly, Blass says the device’s appearance “may be subject to change” from what it is right now when it releases. Earlier this week, Blass had hinted that the One M10 would look a lot like the HTC One A9, which took a lot of grief for shamelessly copying the iPhone 6.
It also seems that HTC will not be showing off the device at Mobile World Congress next month and will instead unveil it at its own press event at a later date.
Blass’s full report is full of interesting details about the HTC One M10 — be sure to check it out for yourself at this link.