HTC is expected to launch the next flagship device sometime towards the end of this quarter or towards the beginning of Q2 in 2016. HTC is already late to the party given that both Samsung and LG have their flagships out there as they launched them at MWC 2016. Most likely, at the time when HTC will announce their flagship, these two products will already be in the market and selling well.
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— Evan Blass (@evleaks) March 4, 2016
However, as we continue to wait for the phone, there is a very interesting news to the build up to the launch. The trusted twitter account @Evleaks has confirmed that the phone will simply be called the HTC10, dropping away the M moniker, which made it a part of the HTC M series, a truly iconic series that fans of Android loved.
The news makes sense given that HTC has also teased the device on their Social media calling the creative, “Power of 10”. The hashtag of the event too, is #PowerOf10, without any mention of M. the phone is expected to come in a metal unibody design with a new design that includes a deeper chamfer edge as compared to a more sharper chamfer that we saw on the HTC M9.
And before any Windows Phone user gets chirpy and says that the 10 could mean, Windows 10 is coming with the HTC device, the suggestion has already been denied by @Evleaks.