As we get closer and closer to MWC, we've seen a lot of leaks about the Samsung Galaxy S7 and even the LG G5. Both of these smartphones are expected to become official at MWC, so that makes sense. However, HTC's successor to the One M9 from last year has been completely absent from the rumors.
And now we may have found out why. It turns out that the Taiwanese company might not unveil the One M10 at MWC, instead opting to hold a dedicated event for it sometime in March. The phone should become available in April.
HTC did reportedly plan to out the M10 at MWC, but was forced to delay the introduction after management returned quite a few prototypes to the design team. With the handset set to receive an entirely new design, its launch had to be postponed, even if not by much.
The One M10 is allegedly going to feature a fingerprint scanner, a 23 MP rear camera, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 at the helm, and a 3,000 mAh battery. In a first for HTC, it will also be IP68 certified for water and dust resistance.
Unfortunately this is nothing but an unconfirmed rumor at this point, so you really shouldn't take it for granted. Hopefully we'll get some confirmation of these details in the future.