With top-shelf configurations and a brilliant exterior design, the HTC 10 has received overwhelming reviews and feedback from across the globe. Now, it’s time for the mid-range “Desire” series to get its fair share of prominence.

According to the credible tipster at NWE, HTC is gearing up to release the Desire 830 shortly. The upcoming Desire 830 is believed to be the successor of the well-received HTC Desire 825.

Going by the leaked photos, HTC has generously painted the back panel and the side frame of the device with vivid, contrasting colors and the exterior is super sleek, similar to the predecessor. To top it off, the back panel design is flat and has a clean-cut design with a camera and a flash located at the top left corner.

The HTC brand logo has been centered on the back shell. There are no physical buttons on the front or the back. It is easy to observe that, unlike the full-metal HTC 10, the HTC Desire 830 comes with full-plastic construction.

As far as the rumored specifications go, the HTC Desire 830 will flaunt a 5.46-inch display, complemented by 1080p screen resolution. This display combination translates to a modest pixel density of 403 ppi.

Under the hood, MediaTek's MT6753 SoC will power this device with an octa-core Cortex-A53 processor running at 1.3 GHz. Even though, the Desire 830 is a mid-range handset, it’s believed to come backed by a solid 3 GB of RAM. When it comes to internal memory, it will apparently come equipped with 32 GB of built-in storage capacity.

Speaking of price, Pocket Now says it’s expecting the handset to carry a sub-$300 price tag.

However, HTC has not confirmed any specifications, price or features of the Desire 830 until now.