jad, 27 Mar 2016if you own the s7 edge then why your here?Waiting for your precious comment
I hope the battery is non-removable. Removable batteries ruins the phone's design and i never had the need to pull my phones's battery out.
AnonD-477406, 28 Mar 2016That really only applies to their high-end "premium" devices. Their low-end devices usually do... moreThey should follow LG strategy, like what they did on their innovative G5.
Make the batter user replaceable for high end phones too
wonderboy, 28 Mar 2016Hope the battery is user replaceableI'm using HTC for more than 3 years and the battery still pretty good (EVO 4G LTE) with abusive usage. I think there will be no benefit from replaceable battery since without this feature the phone will be more sturdy and no squeaky sound.
AnonD-234961, 27 Mar 2016Did you take a look at the Exynos 8890 benchmarks ?Of course. As you, my dear. Snapdragon 820, is the best.
Force Majeure, 28 Mar 2016HTC usually doesn't make phones with replaceable batteries, am I afraid.That really only applies to their high-end "premium" devices. Their low-end devices usually do have removable batteries.
jad, 27 Mar 2016if you own the s7 edge then why your here?waiting for you to comment .... :))
wonderboy, 28 Mar 2016Hope the battery is user replaceableHTC usually doesn't make phones with replaceable batteries, am I afraid.
so,is this a dual sim device and also has a dedicated slot for expansion?
There seems to be an additional button in the side in golden color...wonder what that is. Hope its a Oneplus Two style slider to set profile.
It looks absolutely classy HTC. If it feels anything like the A9 its a wow. As the logo is removed on the 10 from the front I hope the 5.? does not make it much bigger. As the A9 is big enough already.
The bevelling here is a nice touch too as are the dual sound speakers, 1 top front and I bottom side which is plenty good enough. Ticks lots of boxes and history of quality.
i hope they still make on screen navigation button then capacitive button, anything else looks good.
It looks nice, but I still can't believe they got rid of the front facing stereo speakers. It's like every new phone has to take a step backward, even as it improves other parts. The stereo speakers were always the main draw, for me, on the recent HTC flagships.
jad, 27 Mar 2016go troll somewhere seles samy boylol, easy there HTC boy, what he said is true... But what he failed to say is that the so called Boom sound is the effect you get from those 2 really good front facing speakers. I was hoping to see the same in 10, doesn't seem so from the leaks so far :(.
see now, if you weren't a fanboy yourself, you would've told him what i just told you... so plz keep it professional :P
The (almost) final render of HTC 10 device is out. It has only 1 error and its a size of the home button. In reality its a bit more compact. Enjoy ;)
Hope it won't have the same standby drain ( around 12-15% per day if left intact) like A9 has and won't be overpriced. Not many people can say that A9 is a bad phone but almost everyone will say that it's overpriced.