HTC decided to skip announcing its latest flagship at Mobile World Congress, and for good reason. Samsung used the opportunity to unveil its two latest handsets, the Galaxy S7 and the S7 edge, while LG captivated audiences with its modular LG G5. Competing for press coverage likely wasn't something HTC was interested in, especially considering its Vive VR headset was on hand to generate plenty of attention.

Nevertheless, HTC's next flagship is coming soon and we've now got leaked images that show exactly what to expect courtesy of Evan Blass.

The serial leaker took to Twitter earlier today to showcase press renders of a phone that'll reportedly be called the HTC 10 (earlier leaks suggested it would be known as the M10 but apparently that's no longer the case). Admittedly, HTC 10 does sound better but I digress.

Wondering how the phone will look in the flesh? Twitter user @OnLeaks has that covered as well with a series of images claiming to be from a prototype HTC 10 in black. These pictures don't exactly represent the pinnacle of quality but they do show what you can expect in real life.

OnLeaks claims the HTC 10 features a 5.15-inch QHD display powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC and 4GB of RAM. There's also said to be a 12-megapixel camera on the rear - all specs that have previously been linked to the device. OnLeaks also says the phone will utilize a USB Type-C connector.