To hear the latest rumors, we’re just under six weeks away from HTC announcing its latest flagship smartphone. We’ve called it Perfume, the One M10, and most recently just the HTC 10. So far this month, we’ve already taken a closer look at the phone than ever before, thanks to the publication of both some nice hands-on shot of the hardware, as well as the release of quite a few renders. Today we’ve got a new set to check out, and while they might look pretty familiar, we’re still picking up some fresh information.

Take a quick glance at the four renders we have of the HTC 10 here in a variety of color options, and you’d be forgiven for mistaking them from the set we shared with you on Monday. But peer just a bit closer and you’ll begin to see the differences: little things like how light reflects off various surfaces, and bigger things like these new pics giving us an opposite side-view of the phone.

That helps establish that we’re looking at images from a new source, but which is the real deal? Could they both be legitimate; they’re certainly close enough? While we can’t say for sure right now, the lack of obvious inconsistencies may render that question of little ultimate importance.

More than just getting our hands on these new renders, we also pick up some branded names for the color selections: carbon gray, glacier silver (both with black and white front panels), and topaz gold. Which strikes your fancy? Let us know in the comments below.

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Source: Evan Blass (Twitter)

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