We have already heard plenty about HTC’s upcoming flagship, with a sample image revealing its camera credentials as well. According to Evan Blass a.k.a. @evleaks, #HTC has finally taken that heavily rumored decision to drop the One M moniker from its devices, deciding to call its upcoming flagship simply the HTC 10.
We must admit, it does sound a lot simpler than the One M10, but at the same time, the name is bound to create a bit of confusion among the fans. Whether the company will call it the HTC 10 or use some other moniker in between is only for time to tell, but it goes without saying that this would be a welcome decision.
Maybe all of HTC’s bad luck over the past two years can be attributed to the name. Well, we won’t know for sure until the handset is announced. Rumors have mentioned that the flagship will be unveiled on the 11th of April at an event in London, although the company hasn’t confirmed this yet, sticking to vague teasers instead.
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— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 4, 2016
Source: @evleaks – Twitter