On the last day of Mobile World Congress, HTC released a very vague teaser showing the outline of a new phone. Well, we now know what that phone might look like, thanks to these renders that Evan Blass (a.k.a. the famed leaker of phones, evleaks) at VentureBeat got his hands on. These images show a white version of the device from every angle, though note that these are merely computer renders and don't show the actual handset.
According to Blass, this is the manufacturer's upcoming flagship phone, which will be simply known as the HTC 10. He said that the company chose that name, because it wants to veer away from its top-shelf devices' naming scheme these past few years. If you'll recall, those devices were called the HTC One M9, M8 and M7. The HTC 10 will be launched in mid-April, he added, and could be available for purchase as soon as early to mid-May.