On April 12, Taiwanese tech giant HTC will be taking the wraps off the heavily-rumored One M10 (aka HTC 10) smartphone. HTC’s official social media handles have been buzzing for a couple of weeks now in sharing some of the key configuration details, teasers and promotional images of the upcoming flagship.
The latest news is that a bunch of purported photos apparently captured with the help of the HTC 10 are making rounds in the blogosphere. As it turns out, the production team at SmileBooth, which is a photo booth service, reportedly got a chance to play with the upcoming handset.
The killer images uploaded by them were taken with the help of the front-facing shooter of the HTC One M10. The photos have been captured with the help of a selfie stick.
SmileBooth’s Kisha Bari apparently uploaded those photos in Twitter. However, she now seems to have taken her account private. In the meantime, many tech portals already took a copy of those stunning selfies with umpteen pale shades of pink, blue and green adorning the background.
A recently released teaser showed that the HTC 10 will be using an UltraPixel camera. However, we do not know whether both front and back cameras will feature the UltraPixel units. Past rumors suggested that a 12 MP sensor will be mounted at the back. So, it is safe to assume that, the main camera will house a 12 MP UltraPixel sensor.
Furthermore, a still image from the recent video teaser gave out key camera-specific details like support for OIS and the capability to record high-resolution 4K video. Here is the official teaser:
— HTC (@htc) April 6, 2016