When Will the HTC One M8 Be Available?

IGN has the exclusive first look at the HTC 10, HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone that promises to bring a “new” and “new-look” smartphone experience.

The HTC 10 is an all-new smartphone, and we’re excited to finally get a peek at what it looks like.

First, we have a look at what HTC’s new flagship smartphone looks like, and how it’s different from its predecessors.

The smartphone is actually very similar to its predecessors, so we’ll be discussing the differences between the HTC10 and the HTC8 and HTC9 as well.

The design of the HTC9 was much more refined, and the design of its new sibling, the HTCM8, is much less refined.

The HTC10’s rear is lined with a flat aluminum unibody design, which is a bit different than the HTC M8’s unibodies.

The unibod is a little thicker, which gives it a little more grip.

This is probably a good thing, as it reduces the chance of it sliding off and breaking the phone.

The device is also a little wider and taller than the M8, and there’s a metal strip on the top that covers the camera sensor, speaker, and a few other areas.

The phone has a 3,800mAh battery and an IP68 water resistance rating.

The front of the phone has the same unibodied design, with the metal strip being thinner and making it easier to grip.

The top is the home button, and it’s flanked by an LED notification light that’s illuminated when the phone is charging.

The front of this phone also has a USB Type-C port, so you can charge the device while the screen is on.

The bottom has the camera lens and fingerprint sensor.

The device also has an IP67 water resistance, which means it will not splash, but you might need to make sure you don’t leave it on for too long or you’ll run the risk of scratching the glass.

The rear of the device is the same as the M9, with a metal panel that houses the camera, fingerprint sensor, and microphone.

The camera lens is slightly wider, so it will help keep the image sharp when you take a picture.

The microphone is also wider, which allows you to get a more accurate sound with your voice.

On the left side, you’ll find the battery.

On the right side, there is the camera.

The back has the 3,000mAh battery, a MicroSD card slot, and an IR blaster for remote control.

The left side has the headphone jack, and on the right there’s the power button, volume rocker, and microUSB port.

HTC says the front of its phone is the largest in the world, and its the one that we’ll start comparing the HTCm8 to.

The design of this device is a departure from its predecessor.

The fingerprint sensor is gone, and HTC says it has an improved one that works better with the fingerprint sensor technology found in Android phones.

The battery is also gone, with HTC saying that it’s going to use a different battery technology called “next generation capacitive touch” that uses capacitive sensors instead of iris.

HTC claims that it has improved battery life by up to 60 percent compared to previous generation capacitance touch technology.

There are some other new features on this device that are different from the HTC 8 and 9.

For one, HTC has improved the camera with a larger sensor, so the sensor size is larger.

This means you get much more detail in images and the images look sharper.

HTC also added the ability to control the camera from a home screen.

You can use the camera to take pictures, and you can control the volume, as well as play back audio from the camera through a mic.

HTC has also improved the speakers with a dual-drum microphone, which can be used to deliver high-quality audio.

The speaker on the left earcup is a dual mic, and one of the two speakers on the front is a pair of BoomSound speakers.

The speakers are designed to work with the HTC BoomSound speaker system, which will come standard with the phone when it ships.

On top of all of that, HTC says that the HTC m8 is water resistant to IP67, which helps make the device much more durable.

This makes the HTC phone a much more waterproof device, and unlike the HTC 7, HTC doesn’t include a water proof coating on the device.

The only reason HTC includes a water resistant coating on this phone is to give it the ability for it to withstand water, and that’s a very important consideration in an all plastic device.

The phone also offers a number of new features, including the ability “to connect wirelessly to a PC or other connected device with up to 4G LTE connectivity.”

HTC has already confirmed this feature in the U.S. and Canada, but there’s no word on whether it will be