Anonymous, 11 Aug 2016Hey HTC, maybe sell it cheaper on launch!Samsung -> cough, cough.... mega cough. I say everyone needs to drop prices. 800Â€ for a smartphone nowadays is quite doubtful, since ones priced at half offer 90% of what those offer :/
ams989, 11 Aug 2016" with how many HTC 10 units it managed to sell in those two months (read: not a lot) " Not... moreT-Mobile sets their expectations for phone sales way too high, less people feel the need to upgrade their phones every year and carriers take advantage of this by shortening the support window, good luck if your HTC 10 broke, T-Mobile just does not give a shit.
I feel kinda bad for what's happening to HTC. It really doesn't deserve to be there where it is now. HTC phones are really amongst the best.
" with how many HTC 10 units it managed to sell in those two months (read: not a lot) "
Not sure about that. I went to t-mobile to see the HTC 10 in store in the first day of release and they told they still don't have it. I went again next month and they still don't have it.
My guess there is some bad relationship btween then recently.
What a shame. I'm typing this in my own HTC 10 and I must say it's been a great purchase for me thus far. It's really snappy, the battery life is great, the camera quality is awesome (even my friends with the iPhone 6s and the Galaxy S7 praises it), the audio quality is simply amazing and of course it feels like a tank. I really do hope they pick back up again, more phone offerings will always benefit us consumers anyways.