You may have read something about the HTC 10 being announced yesterday, but the Taiwanese handset maker also launched another, albeit very similar handset as well, called the HTC 10 Lifestyle. It’s aimed at the Indian market, and while it shares many of the same components as the HTC 10 that is available in the west, the HTC 10 Lifestyle differs in some important areas. Read more
The HTC 10 launched yesterday, and so far? Well, HTC’s obsession would appear to be paying dividends with its latest flagship. The HTC 10 has matched the Galaxy S7 Edge in the camera rankings, and as usual with HTC, it’s a beauty to behold. As is often the case with flagship launches, HTC has released a slew of official promo videos showing off the 10’s features and we have them embedded for you after the break. Read more
Whenever a new smartphone is launched, one of the most important questions you can ask is how good is its camera? The question becomes even more relevant when it comes to HTC, because of its hit and miss record with cameras on previous flagships. This time round, though, initial reports suggest that the Taiwanese handset maker has got it right, with DxOMark scoring the HTC 10‘s camera the same as the much-praised Galaxy S7 Edge, achieving 88 out of a possible 100. Read more
Is the HTC 10 a little too expensive for you at $699? Would a $100 discount help? You’re in luck, as HTC is offering a promotion that will knock their 2016 flagship down to $599, which is slightly below what other phones are running right now. Read more
Unlockable bootloaders are at high desire for many Android users out there. After seeing Samsung bypass it with the Galaxy S7, we began to realize just how big of a deal it really is. We followed up with good news at the beginning of April confirming that the bootloader on T-Mobile LG G5 units were indeed unlockable.
Ready to get your hands on the new HTC 10? First you’re going to have to choose a color, but your options will be limited depending where you get the phone.
The HTC 10 was officially announced earlier today, and so far at least, the reception has been quite positive. While it’s a little early to say that HTC has the ball out of the park with its latest flagship, it’s definitely off to a good start. Unfortunately, it seems like the carriers in both the UK and the U.S. aren’t quite on the same page, with two major carriers confirming that they won’t offer the HTC 10 (specifications here) and others seemingly non-committal. Read more
T-Mobile’s Des more often than not takes part in an unboxing video when new smartphones come out. Some of which he did were with the LG G5 and Galaxy S7. Each one is unique in its own way of craziness. This time around, Des takes a look at the all-new HTC 10.
Many new things are going on with the HTC 10 despite the phone resembling its predecessors, but we’ve sorted it all into an organized table so that you know exactly what’s inside. The aluminum unibody is familiar, but HTC the exact specifications are entirely new for the Taiwanese company. The HTC 10 is, at least on paper, ready to compete with the Samsung and LG’s flagships.
Hit the break for the spec sheet.
One of the more unique items HTC brought to market with past flagship smartphones was the Dot View case that permitted some limited access to phone notifications with the case closed. For the newly released HTC 10 announced today, HTC also released an updated version of a smartphone case. The HTC Ice View is the company’s next evolution in smartphone cases and expands on the capabilities of the Dot View case. Read more