In the past, we have seen umpteen leaks showing the design renders, cases and live photos of the HTC One M9 successor. Now, HTC has uploaded a new teaser of the upcoming HTC 10, also known as HTC One M10. To top it off, price of the flagship specific to Europe has also been leaked.

Come April 12, the long-awaited HTC 10 will make its debut with Snapdragon 820 onboard. Meanwhile, HTC has been busy teasing a bunch of features under the #powerof10 promo campaign. So far, it has shown the device capability specific to audio, camera and the very beautiful exterior.

This time around, the latest teaser under the same #powerof10 campaign points to performance and it shows capacitive keys beneath the screen. The handset will apparently come with a hardware Home Key, which is similar to the well-received HTC One A9. The teaser said “Not all phones are created equal. The fastest and smoothest Android. You’ll feel it.”

Moving on to the reported HTC 10 specifications, Winfuture citing GFXbench said the handset will carry a 5.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen with QHD resolution. This Snapdragon 820-powered device will come backed by 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage space with microSD card slot for further expansion.

When it comes to camera configuration, a 12-megapixel rear-facing sensor and a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter have been tipped.

Speaking of price, the HTC 10 will reportedly set the buyers back by 740 euros, which roughly translates to $853. HTC is apparently working on a Snapdragon 652-powered variant and this is expected to cost less, GSM Arena reported.

Here is the latest teaser from HTC: