Craz, 25 Jun 2016Looking for an upgrade from Lg G4. Is it a good upgrade to Htc 10? .I love everything about th... moreIts screen is as bright as Samsung Galaxy S7. The only difference is S7 has a Super Amoled screen while Htc 10 has a Super LCD screen. The depth and shades of colours are different only. I also have to add that Htc 10's screen is way brighter than the newest Lg G5.
It's the first time I am using HTC and I guess it's the best phone I have selected. The design is amazing with metal body and perfect size to fit in almost all hand size.
Headphones are fantastic with clear sound.
Camera is superb especially in good lighting conditions. Not impressive in low lights though. Front camera is pretty good.
Quick charger is really fast. Battery life too is quite nice.
Dissapointed with theatre mode.Sound is not as expected.
Processor is fast and smooth. Gets overheated sometimes especial during charging.
All in all a great phone. Nothing fancy but yet a recommended phone.
Looking for an upgrade from Lg G4. Is it a good upgrade to Htc 10? .I love everything about this phone but the only thing I'm really concerned about is the display quality as I heard it's not as bright as the competition. How's the screen quality? Please help me guys......
I live in Malaysia, htc 10 is still not available here yet and i have a concern on whether the distributors here are bringing the real htc 10 (with snapdragon 820) or the variant: htc 10 lifestyle (which comes with snapdragon 652).
My question here is there anyway to differentiate both of these phone? i guess that it will launch without a demo unit to test run, so it is more difficult to test it out. The expected selling price here is around RM2,899 (reasonably, it shd be a 820 processor price range, and expected to be a real htc 10)
With a 820 processor, i am certain that i will get one as i have already waited for months. but if it is a htc 10 lifestyle (652 processor variant), then i might get Huawei P9. :(
balajiastro, 18 Jun 2016HTC always slow in update, they always targetted in new phone, doesn't care about update what r u saying. htc one m8 got marshmallow in october last year, when did S5 get it?
Here'sToChange, 22 Jun 2016I can't understand why people still love to buy super amoled. Totally. fake colours. I'm not o... moreOversaturated colours and don't forget about burn in issue. Yes you are right.
Hey, I have just received my Htc 10 in Gold. n i can tell you guys that its the most stunning device i ever seen or used so far. Its the best all rounder in every aspect. The Design especially in Gold.. haha. The camera is a lot better than the M9 and pretty much everything is perfect. Very happy to buy the Htc 10... :)
it's the best phone I have ever seen,heard and worked.i had s6 edge and m9 and s6 edge was better but now I have s7 edge and htc 10 and 10 is little better.i promise all of you if hande the 10 then ignore all other brands and phones.go for htc 10 with no doubt. it is the best of best
Bring the old BoomSound speakers back! screw the damn fingerprint reader, who gives a damn!
HTC 10 has good specifications. When is it going to be launched in M'sia ?.
Anonymous, 23 Jun 2016If I had a choice over metal or glass, I'd go metal. Neither are ideal for drops but I think l... moreI too have owned my HTC 10 for around 2 months and am still completely enamoured with it.
I was worried that I would really notice the difference of having become used to a higher resolution (2160 x 3840 pixels (~806 ppi pixel density)), 5.5 inch screen (on a Sony Xperia Z5 Premium) with the 5.2 inches of the HTC 10. The fact is, yes my text is slightly smaller, but it isn't really that noticeable and I am in fact totally relaxed about it. The clarity of the the Gorilla Glass 3 display is impeccable and the colours extremely natural.
As to the improvements, the HTC 10 has made small improvements over virtually every sphere of its manufacture that overall make it an extremely good device. Having used the the iPhone 6 & the Samsung S7 Edge for a couple of months followed by the HTC 10 has made me appreciate the 10 even more. It is just that bit more refined.
No, it can't be left submerged in a fish tank but I don't swim with my watch on either despite it being guaranteed to 100 meters. The HTC 10 is splash proof which covers the occasional rainstorm and is good enough for me!
It is reassuring that it can handle 32 two meter drops onto a hard concrete surface but I'm also careful with my phone and doubt I will test this attribute.
In the end it comes down to respect - and that I have for the HTC 10, in waterless bucket loads! #powerof10 makes sense!
ViVa13, 21 Jun 2016Have to agree with most of you on here. The loss of the front facing speakers was a bad move o... moreIf I had a choice over metal or glass, I'd go metal. Neither are ideal for drops but I think latter would survive better possibly. My brothers m8 malfunctioned after dropping onto a carpet. So you need some luck. But still an awesome audio experience.
Previous phones got a lot of stick for the bezels and front logo, so they tried to minimize. Downside is boom sound gone.
I don't know how much the outer shell matters on day to day performance, many will grab a clear case and slap it on.
As far as wanting to go a screen size up, given they are just mini-tablets I don't blame you.
ghodgeri, 22 Jun 2016HTC m10 not added many great features like dual SIM, super amoled display, wireless charging, ... moreDual-SIM isn't a 'great feature'. Plus, most people don't care about dual-SIM anyways. SAMOLED is overrated. Low sub-pixel density, risk of burn-in, and grainy PenTile matrix are all major disadvantages of that kind of display. I just like the good 'ole LCD more. Wireless charging can't be used because the 10 has a metal unibody. Maybe the 11(?) next year will be equipped with WiPower; we'll see. Most people still prefer notes over cards. Water-proofing this one would kill the awesome BoomSound. So, no.
HTC m10 not added many great features like dual SIM, super amoled display, wireless charging, like Samsung pay, IR feature, water proof and many more.
So my question is to HTC fans although I am also a HTC fan but this time HTC diappointed me because I atleast expected the dual SIM feature this time so does HTC launching HTC m10 in dual SIM version.
Anonymous, 21 Jun 2016For those who have this phone, if you use the camera for 5 mins continously how warm do you ra... moreNever had problems with overheating - was taking photos & videos for a few hours at a time with no problems - it got a bit warm whilst charging with a portable charger & taking videos at the same time but nothing serious.
I do know about overheating though - I was watching videos & 360 pictures on my Sony Xperia Z5 Premium the other evening - I had to put it down because it was unpleasantly hot.
I can't understand why people still love to buy super amoled. Totally. fake colours. I'm not okay with it. must think. next gen. smartphone design . please