HTC has been uploading video and photo teasers of the “HTC One M10” under the hashtag #powerof10 for a couple of weeks now. However, this time around, the company has shared a killer short video focusing on the camera capabilities of the upcoming flagship.

The video teaser is colorful, fresh and it has a brilliant music track going on at the background that intensifies the message in the form of a voiceover. The teaser says the Taiwanese tech giant understands how important a high-quality camera is to the device user. It further adds “We [HTC] obsessively perfect every optical detail.”

The HTC One M10, also referred as HTC 10, has been marketed as “the best ever smartphone for shooting photos and videos.” The latest teaser flaunts a slew of stunning photos from various locations captured with the help of the upcoming device.

A still image from the teaser says the HTC One M10 camera has an UltraPixel sensor and it supports OIS and high-resolution 4K video. The photo samples and the video, in general, look great and it drives the point home crystal clearly. Meanwhile, the HTC 10 release date has been reportedly set for April 12.

Many comments under the official tweet affirm that people are totally in love with the upcoming device and the way HTC has been sharing key information one after the other. With the curiosity at all time high, let’s hope HTC doesn’t disappoint like last time.

It is worth reminding that the hype created around predecessor HTC One M9 did not convert into sales mainly because of the overheating problems, thanks to the Snapdragon 810 chipset housed inside the device.

Moving on to rumored specifications, GSM Arena says, the HTC One M10 / HTC 10 is believed to feature either a 5.1-inch or 5.2-inch display, complemented by a QHD resolution. Under the hood, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 SoC will power the handset.

A solid 4 GB of RAM is set to back the HTC 10 configurations. The basic built-in storage capacity will apparently be 32 GB with the option to expand via microSD card slot. Other speculated HTC 10 specifications include a fingerprint scanner, a 12 MP UltraPixel main camera and a 5 MP selfie-clicker.