As leaks suggest, the newly designed body seems to find the middle ground between the One M9 and last year’s iPhone-esque One A9, with the front-facing speakers traded for a home button with a fingerprint sensor. It’s a big shift away from HTC’s winning design of past models, but the renders look pretty appealing.
Reports suggest a 5.1in 2K resolution display, which is said to be Super LCD rather than AMOLED, with a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB internal memory (with microSD support), and a 3,000mAh battery pack within. On the back, we will reportedly see a 12-UltraPixel camera.
Earlier reports suggested a release for the phone in May following the April reveal.