HTC will be unveiling its 2016 flagship HTC One M10, also referred as HTC 10 on April 12. In the meantime, the Taiwanese tech giant has shared a video teaser flaunting the audio capability of the upcoming device.

So far, HTC has teased One M10’s camera, hardware performance and this time around, it is all about sound quality. The teaser says the flagship will offer “the highest-quality sound possible” and “flawless high fidelity on your phone,” guaranteeing “the best BoomSound yet.”

Check out the video here:

To top it off, a new leak from the source Tech Z shows the HTC One M10 in pristine white hue.

Moving on to rumored HTC One M10 specifications, this handset will apparently come with a 5.1-inch display, 1,440 x 2,560 pixels resolution and will come powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset. The under the hood configurations will be backed by a solid 4 GB of RAM. The brilliant camera unit teased by HTC is nothing but a 12-megapixel shooter, seen in the Galaxy S7 series.

Past rumors suggested that, apart from the high-end HTC 10, the April 12 event will be graced with a relatively inexpensive variant of the flagship with Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 SoC onboard, instead of Snapdragon 820.

This report has been corroborated further by the prominent ROM developer LlabTooFeR. He says HTC will unveil a second device on the aforesaid event and the codename of this unnamed handset is reportedly “A56.” The new device will be part of the “Desire” lineup. Both single and dual-SIM variants will apparently be released.

Phone Arena, on the other hand, says the A52 might very well be the rumored inexpensive HTC 10 variant, powered by Snapdragon 652.