I knew the HTC Zeta concept was familiar! Originally spotted in 2011, this model adopts a design that nowadays would be considered unusual. It’s accompanied in the image below the HTC Abori, created by the same designer, Clement Servonnat.
If you’ve been keeping up with the latest rumors surrounding the future release of the Motorola Moto X 2016, you probably know that one of its versions will accept back plate modules. Why not envision something similar for HTC?
It’s been a while since we’ve last heard of a HTC Desire phone and now there’s a new one brewing. The name HTC Desire 830 is being thrown around and today we also have a leak of the device, shown below.
Floating around on Reddit is the image below, a render of a new HTC Nexus phone concept, which in fact isn’t new at all. It’s actually the familiar HTC 10, repurposed to fit within the Nexus family.
We’re hours away from the big day of the unveiling of the HTC 10, the new flagship belonging to the creator of the Vive, One M series and Desire series. We’ve seen a ton of leaks and the one below is probably the last, ahead of the big unveiling moment.
Forget about the HTC 10 and let’s focus on the HTC One M11 for a bit. Provided that we’ll still have a HTC in 2017, it should maybe bring a change of format or material and somehow be associated with HTC Vive. But I digress… so let’s enjoy the concept
I remember the name of the designer HamdiR, because I’ve seen a few days ago related to a set of HTC 10 renders. Today we come across a new gallery of renders, from the same source, but more refined than before. The designer goes as Leoside (HamdiR) and these renders
We’ve seen the guys of Techconfigurations.com rendering quite a few unannounced phones, like the HTC 10 and Huawei P9, but now the former is back in a “fully updated final 3D render”, which is pretty much 99% close to the real deal.
I am shocked by the lack of Android phone concepts lately, but today we’ve got the motherload: the Google HTC Nexus 2016 concept. Created by Dmitry Stvolov, this concept phone is pictured and specced below.
Not even the most hardcore HTC fan can claim that the HTC One M10, or as it’s now called HTC 10 looks good. Judging by the renders below published by Evan Blass, the device is going to be a failure, design-wise.