HTC 10

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Meet HTC 10. The smartphone that brings you the world’s first dual OIS* for pro level photos front and back, end-to-end 24-bit Hi-Res sound, HTC Freestyle Layout, an ultra vivid 2K display plus up to 2 days battery life. This is what a flagship phone is supposed to be.

* Based on HTC research among major smartphone brand models as of March 2016, using GSMArena statistics and other mobile manufacturing trade sources.

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41 Comments on HTC 10

  1. I have been a HTC user for the past 5 years since HTC OneX. I have used OneX+, M7, E8, E9+ Dual Sim, ME Dual Sim and now HTC 10. I would like to say that I am totally disaapointed with the HTC 10 as I am unable to configure the quicksettings bar. The gear icon doesn't seem to spin at all after tapping it or holding it. Even after trying to open the developer options, there is NO SYSTEM UI at all? The old HTC lollipop settings are so much better. The HTC Gallery app is missing from HTC 10 and the Google photos app can't arrange the photos and videos better than the HTC Gallery app which makes it frustrating. The Google Calendar app is also not as good as the HTC Calendar app. You should give users the options to remove the google apps not the HTC apps. The HTC apps are really much better to use. HTC phones are good but sometimes fail to understand the software and application needs of users. I have waited so long for the arrival of HTC 10, somehow I had to buy it from an import trader in Malaysia to get the phone which until now is still yet to be launched in Malaysia. And after all this, I just had to find out that it's been a big dissapointment! Please improve!

  2. My next phone! Although I would have loved if these specs would be available in the form of an A9. I love the A9 design and the material doesn't scratch as easily. Plus I really loved the deep garnet color!

  3. Im htc biggest fan from bd
    & im use already 820
    826 & still ues my famous phone m8 – love this all stc phn
    —bt m10 looks ugly ' all pepole say that & my question is
    Why m10 looks different types of (m 7 8 9 )products it's not look like m 7 8 9

    I'm happy with my m8
    it's look good , styles & useful __
    hopefully this m10 will be the best phone 2016

  4. Svidza mi se taj novi HTC 10, ali i onaj prvi ! Oba su mi super ! Jednako su mi ljepi kao i Samsung Galaxy S7 ,i S7 EDGE,. A ovo što sam vidio što onaj manijak radi mobilnom !,. Pa to je,strašno ! Zašto to ne radi na svom automobilu, a ne mobilnom ?! Pogotovo ako je testni model ! Nek si kupi par njih mislim mobitela, pa nek to radi na njima! Ti Toni sigurno nebi tako što radio na recenziji !? Jeli tako?! 😉 L.P.Branko Kučera!

  5. I MEAN WHY WHY… YOU GUYS HAVE TO COPY SAMSUNG HOME SCREEN BUTTOM. THERE IS ALOT OTHER OPTIONS YOU KNOW. YOU COULD OF MAKE YOU HOME BUTTOM SQUARE OR ROUND ETC!!

  6. Love the phone but I do not understand the marketing decision to limit Verizon to a single color model (silver) at launch and ignore Gold in the US all together. The main competitor is the Samsung Galaxy line and their best selling model is the Gold S7. Gold is a trending color right now in the US and to overlook this I believe is a poor marketing decision. Americans love aesthetic and flash. I love the the phone like I said…I just think this is bad marketing. I understand the company needs a bounce back and needs to keep its manufacturing levels reasonable, but I do not think this is the way to do it.

    Also at the local Verizon store, their security device blocks 1/4th of the back camera lens. This completely confuses the autofocus and renders it useless for an average consumer test as it negates the purpose of the laser auto focus advertised by the phone. I notified the reps and received no help. I will say that certainly isn't helping HTC by any means.

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