Shaun Moroz, 30 Oct 2016BlackBerry won't make a comeback. They aren't even making their own devices anymore. They're dying.And what makes you think that? At least BlackBerry has a plan for the future, but I doubt it HTC does (in the world of smartphones).
P.S. I live in the exact same city as BB so I have early access to their phone models.
HTC is downgrading the processor, maybe to prevent overclocking the CPU, which also doubles from quad core on the 10 to octa core on this device. We'll just have to wait and see whether or not this device performs well for the price it will be retailing at.
If this rumor is true, what i can sya to HTC wake up from your nightmare!!! Helloooo... others are already having SD 821 and you are going down to SD810 and the RAM is also going down to 3GB while others are already planning an 8GB from 6GB. Whoever is conceptualizing this idea should be fired out from your company! What a stupid idea is this from you!!!
NeonHD, 30 Oct 2016"SD810"
....wtf........Hahaha! I was thinking the same thing.
SD810 is such a bad choice. I'm not into MediaTek, but I'd happily go with them rather than SD810.
HTC used to be great, now they barely make quality phones - they try to follow Sammy and release 100 models per year, but 99% of them suck. Even the 10 is not that great for not having waterproof - flagship compulsory feature in my opinion, allong with SD Card.
NeonHD, 30 Oct 2016Nah m8 I have a feeling BlackBerry will make a comeback soon, but as for HTC I really hope they dieBlackBerry won't make a comeback. They aren't even making their own devices anymore. They're dying.
Shaun Moroz, 28 Oct 2016Just die already, HTC. Said the same about BlackBerry last year, and it's finally happening. Y... moreNah m8 I have a feeling BlackBerry will make a comeback soon, but as for HTC I really hope they die
Not saying it's bad, as long as they use the newer chips, but why the hell are they using last year's chipset? Ah who cares, still better than the 652.
Should use newer midrange chipset like 16nm Helio P20 or 14nm Sd626 that is power efficiency is better than old Sd810.
there was a time that htc smartphones were beautiful, now they're just UGLY...
UGLY as hell!
kilobyte.s, 29 Oct 2016If the snapdragon 810 is a non-heating version of chipset and they maintained the gpu & cp... moreTo fix it they have to completely revise die framework and architecture. Then it won't be 810 anymore. So no, HTC just want to save money and Qualcomm want to ditch stale SD810. Yet again HTC management steps on same rakes. Seem to be hopeless.
If the snapdragon 810 is a non-heating version of chipset and they maintained the gpu & cpu power, I'll recommend this over snapdragon 652 devices anyday.
maybe it is a revised version of snapdragon 810 something like v3.0, non-heating, underclocked chipset
Why is this phone showing itself at the latest device list? This is definitely not a latest device. Go back to 2015 mate.
I am a huge HTC fan but...WTF are they thinking??
Taking away the headphone jack was bad enough...now a snapdragon 810?
I'm disappointed...The HTC 10 looks like a Samsung...and HTC evo looks exactly the same but bigger.
Gee I'm glad i have the M9. When HTC was actually innovating with the curved back and awesome speakers.
Anonymous, 28 Oct 2016Somebody's in HTC needs to be fired Yeah WTH??????hahahahahhaa
Its beautiful, but how much? $500? Yup, knowing HTC $500 is going ro be the price they put on this....
Gotta love the similarities this phone shares with the iPhone.