I am having a friend of mine purchase this beast. I just hope though that they can be able to have it unlocked ready for other Sim Card usage in the Philippines because I do not want to shell out another dime for the unlocking. This phone is pretty much expensive still rocking that 28,000 pesos pricing plus HTC is not easily available here in stores and can only be purchase in local online shops. This Mid-Range phone just like my Note 5 is eternal in specs. I am excited to have this for 12,000 pesos. A run for the buck.
hi. is this phone will work in the europe ?? poland ?? please answer . Thx
Really HTC?! I bought this gem last year for twice its price now! With that price, it's worth it I guess. SD820 is still decent, camera is awesome, sound not so much as M7 but still great. IMO, this is HTC's best iteration after M7. Now I'm full ears on U11 best deal
Hoffmann, 14 Jun 2017Why do just Americans profit from these deals? Here in Europe, phones are pretty expensivebecause Europeans (including me) are stupid enough to pay the higher prices. I moved 2 years ago to China phones (Xiaomi mainly), paid 70% less for every phone and am very happy with the quality. Check Geabest.com. They can send the phone to Germany (via Germany Express so that you do not have to pay import tax (Umsatzueinfuhrsteuer).
In my opinion performance differences won't be noticeable with between the 10 and the U11. The 10 is even more practical with the 3.5mm headphone jack.
Wow really great deal for anyone looking for a pretty android phone (but please in silver, black looks boring and just not HTC-like)
Wow! midrangers with much less specs cost more, nice to have as a spare for this price.
I am curious whether or not current stock on hand at Sprint retailers and Sprints website feature this model preinstalled with Nougat 7.0, or not. I guess this gives me reason to inquire with the carrier. I checked out the HTC 10 last fall at a Sprint location. I wanted to test out it's speakers, but as I was playing a song with swear word's, I ended up playing the song at low volume because there were a few conservative looking families in the store. Hopefully, the model is louder than the the last two HTC models I owned.
Why do just Americans profit from these deals?
Here in Europe, phones are pretty expensive