Last week we saw our first hands-on images of the HTC 10, as well as our first high-res press render. These showed a device which retains the solid, curved metal unibody design from previous One M-series smartphones, but with a front panel which looked more like the One A9.

Since then, another collection of renders have shown up with the devices in four fashionable metal colors. While we have doubts about the authenticity of the images, they do show options which are — at the very least — likely to be included in the range.

The renders showed up courtesy of Weibo-user, @upleaks, and have gold, dark gray, and aluminum metallic finishes. If the leak is accurate, it could indicate that HTC is also planning to launch versions with both black and white front panels for the first time, with the aforementioned combinations of anodized aluminum bodies.

I have several reasons to believe the leak is sketchy, most of them to do with the small details in the images. The first thing I noticed was on phone screens. A couple of them show a Google search widget featuring Google’s old logo which hasn’t been usedanywhere for months. Secondly, the front facing camera sitting next to the earpiece in the black models is nowhere near as large as the one shown in Evan Blass’ leak from last week.

Lastly, the date shown on one of the renders doesn’t appear to match the April 19th date indicated in the previous render leak. This could be key and — as Blass states in the tweet below — and has more than likely been chosen as the launch date for the HTC 10.

Of course, there’s a chance I’m being ultra-picky and HTC has worked on several pre-release renders for internal purposes without paying too much attention to detail. And frankly, I’d be surprised if we didn’t see gray, gold and aluminum versions of the ’10’.