HTC has announced that it is officially dropping the price of the high-end HTC 10 by $150. This brings the total of the phone to $549. This may not necessarily be a price drop to some, as some felt the HTC 10 was just a tad overpriced when it launched for $699.
Then again, HTC had already been selling the HTC 10 at a $100 discount for 599 for the month of September. HTC is launching these new discounts starting tomorrow, the first day of October and will last for a “limited time”.
We had such a great time with the HTC 10, we’d love to see it in the hands of more customers. T-Mobile unfortunately decided to stop selling it after only a couple of months! The phone launched on T-Mobile on May 18 and went out of stock on July 20.
As a refresher, the HTC 10 was released earlier this year and offers HTC’s Boom sound stereo speakers, excellent audio quality via amplified headphone jack, USB-C, 3,000m mAh battery, 4GB of RAM, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU and held together by a 5.2 inch QHD IPS LCD screen. The HTC 10 comes with 32GB of internal storage which is also expandable via microSD card.
If you are on T-Mobile and have been waiting for your chance to buy the HTC 10 unlocked, this could be your moment. Granted, you still have to pay upfront for it, but if you’ve had your eye on it for a long time, now’s your chance.
Source | Via