The announcement came via the brand’s Twitter account, detailing the phone’s unveiling to come about 12 April this year. It looks like you will be able to catch a stream of the event online but we’re not sure if they’re planning an on-ground event in the three cities (New York, London, Taipei) mentioned on the image.
As far as specs go, the HTC 10 has been rumoured to have a compact 5.1″ Quad HD display. The rest of the specs are similar to a top-spec Xiaomi Mi 5 with a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM and 32GB of on-board storage. As seen in a couple of leaked shots, it will feature a front facing fingerprint scanner and home button combo along with 2 capacitive buttons. The boom sound stereo speakers is likely to be omitted and it will sport a reversible USB Type C port with Quick Charging.
We’re expecting HTC to tease more as the date draws closer, though if the leaks are to be believed, we won’t be expecting any big surprises.