With the LG G5 and Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge grabbing the spotlight at Mobile World Congress, it’s understandable why HTC didn’t want to show off its new flagship device at the event. Instead, the Taiwanese company unveiled several low- to mid-range Desires at MWC. But now, HTC has sent out a teaser image of its upcoming smartphone – the HTC One M10.

The email containing the teaser image doesn’t reveal much, but it does include the hashtag #Powerof10 and exposes the device’s long-rumored chamfered edges. No other details were confirmed in the message, which was sent to the press, other than the words “stay tuned for more.”

In addition to the chamfered edges, rumors surrounding the HTC One M10 also suggest that it will feature antenna bands on its back panel, sport a 5.1-inch AMOLED QHD screen, and be powered by a Snapdragon 820 and 4GB of RAM.

Other features of the M10 are said to include a fingerprint scanner on the physical home button and 32GB of expandable storage. Camera-wise, it’s suspected that the device will boast a 12 MP UltraPixel rear camera with phase detection, laser autofocus, and optical image stabilization. There’s also said to be a 5 MP UltraPixel front camera. Finally, the M10 will come with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow and HTC Sense 8 UI.

The official announcement date for the One M10 still isn’t known but it’s speculated that HTC could reveal it on April 11 at a press event in London.