The HTC 10 (One M10) continues to make headlines. The smartphone was spotted in the wild, providing a look at its 5.1-inch Quad HD display and AnTuTu benchmark score that topples the Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6s.

HTC will soon offer its response to the Samsung Galaxy S7, Apple iPhone 6s, and LG G5 in the flagship smartphone category. The smartphone will reportedly be called the HTC 10 or One M10 when it gets officially unveiled at an HTC press event scheduled for April 12. The company hasn't held back from discussing its optimism for the unannounced handset and made sure to mention the company is very confident in the smartphone's camera after it watched Samsung launch the Galaxy S7 and LG launch the LG G5 at Mobile World Congress in February.

HTC has been posting teaser images and details to its Twitter page, calling its front and rear camera "World First, World Class," which was followed up by a post about the audio features of the smartphone and hinting it will use the company's signature BoomSound technology in some capacity.

We recently reported that the HTC 10 will reportedly feature a 5.1-inch Super LCD 5 display, and that display can now reportedly be seen via a leaked image.

PhoneArena received the image from one of its sources located in Taiwan who claims the above image is the HTC 10 running an AnTuTu benchmark on the smartphone. The HTC 10 scores 156,091 topping flagship smartphones like the Samsung's Galaxy S7 edge (which uses similar hardware) scored 134,599, followed by Apple's iPhone 6s with 133,781.

While there's no way to confirm this is definitely the HTC 10, the image matches previously leaked press renders, which line up and show the physical home button/fingerprint scanner below the display.

The HTC 10 is expected to pack in a 5.1-inch 2,560 x 1,440 Quad HD Super LCD 5 display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4 GB of RAM, microSD expansion and 12-megapixel UltraPixel rear camera among its many features.

As always, we'll keep you posted on any new HTC 10 news as it becomes available.

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