Mobile World Congress is just about over and all the phones that were going to be announced have been announced. Or so we thought. Right on the final day of MWC, HTC dropped us a hint that the rumored HTC One M10 -- essentially what could be the company's next flagship -- could be a reality. In a cryptic email with a subject that simply read "Power of 10," HTC sent us the above image with a note that read "Stay tuned for more."
Let's call it HTC One M10 in white. pic.twitter.com/lGfIM5SSpX— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 18, 2016
Aside from that, well, we really don't know a whole lot. Evan Blass, who's been known to be a reliable mobile source in the past, leaked what looks like the HTC M10 in white a week or so ago, but even that image doesn't quite align with the silhouette in HTC's teaser. He also said that the phone could come to US retail as early as May 9th, which indicates that there could be a HTC press event in the not-too-distant future. It's too bad that the firm didn't release it in Barcelona -- it only launched a few mid-range Desires at MWC -- but you can be certain we'll be there for the M10 event, whenever it happens.