Is this phone available in india for buying? If yes, on which site or store. Thanks
Slim_Craigy , 01 May 2018Battery life is impressive. Camera is crappy worse ever 16mp i have seen. For a phone which wa... moreI agree about the camera quality, it's pretty average. No front flash, slow and clunky. My older HTCs had better camera functionality.
Also with messaging I can't mute a specific message thread.... It just manages to lose some basic features. Used toove HTC, this model not so much.
Battery life is impressive. Camera is crappy worse ever 16mp i have seen. For a phone which was released in 2017 it really is crap overall. Also it doesn't come with a "gallery" app. In addition to this not all media types are supported by this device. This is what i have seen so far after a mare 24 hours.
Can someone please compare this phone with the 10 pro and Evo. Was wondering which is a better option
Macbeth, 18 Mar 2018It says "Android OS", but what version of Android?Currently upgradable to nougat 7.0
Garbage camera that lags when taking a photo in full sunlight.
Single mono audio loudspeaker, and is tinny.
Sense only allows 4 columns on this screen VS 5 on the m9.
Makes calls, decent battery.
Menus not as responsive as the m9, despite 2 year age gap between the two models
Hello. I have to buy a new phone and I'm thinking between this HTC one x10 and Asus Zenfone 3 max 32GB/3GB ZC553KL. A word of advice? Thanks.
bought this in Australia for A$350 (where flagship phones cost A$1000-1500+) and i think it's fantastic. battery life ifs the best on any phone i've had. i get a full day use with heavy gaming etc, then charge overnight. the cpu is not a flagship killer - but cpu hasn't been an issue for me for the last few phone generations. its cpu still does as good or better than comparable mid-range phones (around A$500 price) and it's energy-efficient which adds to battery life. i'm a photographer with a Canon 5D as my main rig, and yet the camera on the HTC is surprisingly good. the 'pro' mode on the stock HTC camera app is better than any open manual camera apps i've tried before. the manual sliders let me focus incredibly up-close macros, and the exposure and white balance sliders let me capture a perfect sunset - the touch UI is easier than on my Canon tbh. and the HTC's all-metal body looks and feels like a premium phone. i just wish it had usb C, like my last Nexus. overall value is excellent
bought this phone two weeks ago in Australia. very fast and excellent battery life. camera and audio are decent. screen very sharp and beautiful. Reception when making calls is also very good. phone was released in 2017 but with outdated Android Marshmallow. Admittedly, it works really fast and smooth.
I yesterday bought this fone. i am regular DUal sim user. Every thing is going fine yet, one drawback want to write about is, it has either dual sim option or you can use memory card. you cannot use sim2 and Memoray card together ( Both have same slot and they wrote EITHER SIM2 or SD.
A dud. Failed on the first firmware update. Had to go off for repairs. Came back and failed immediately. No response from HTC when I asked for money back...still waiting. This is the second htc phone to do this to me and I'm not buying any more...