I like it alot, but I'm holding out in the hopes there is a HTC 10 MAX to come. Will keep using my HTC ONE MAX that luv.
820 with 3000mA
12M pixel but f/1.8
Similar to most flagship
Pff.. no waterproof.. NO thx!
Seems I will have to choose between the S7 or the X Performance from Sony.
I don't give a fly about the camera. The main criterias that I choose a highend phone are: waterproof & sd card. If they're not available, I'm not interested..
Sry HTC, you were very close though..
Things that can be of concern:
As per HTC dot com
Qualcomm® SnapdragonÂ™ 652, Octa-Core, 64bit, up to 1.8GHz
ROM: 32GB / RAM: 3GB
KarthikKochi, 12 Apr 2016Good phone. But priced at close to 54999 INR for 32 GB variant
Little expensive hTC. I am pla... moreare you shore at this price!?
anywayy....just go and buy Xiaomi Mi5, it's just 25 000.
in USA and EU this one will cost less then S7, but not good enough, but again unlike Xiaomi it does come with guarantee and service support, which justifies the difference in price.
OK, one more. If you're on KDDI in Japan, you'll be able to pick up an HTC 10 in a sweet Camellia Red. Hope they will ship to Europe to this color !!!
ummm, pre order UK, only getting 32GB model and what is this in the specs:
Qualcomm® SnapdragonÂ™ 617, Octa-core 64-bit, 4 x 1.5GHz + 4 x 1.2GHz"
Certainly the phone looks cool but I don't see any solid reason to upgrade from it's predecessor or current flagships of other OEMs. According to me Cons are, lack of 3-D touch, Big bezels and no timely updates (as per HTC's track records) are set backs (Though these features are not deal breakers). Pro's are big sensors used in both rear and front cameras, also as always with HTC, sound department seems exciting with the inclusion of "tweeter & woofer" combination. I would say the phone is not up to meet my expectation as HTC had created so much hype through the campaign "Power of 10". I was expecting some revolutionary upgrades to differentiate itself from current line of flagships. It would have been good if it was launched 2 months ago but now HTC has tough time ahead to trigger potential buyers. Good luck HTC!
A worthy successor to my HTC M8.
Though the M8 is almost perfect, the appeal of the new camera will probably move me to the 10 soon.
Good job HTC.
The price is a joke ...can get 2 Mi5 pros for the same cost .......
Daaamn it, why is everyone getting rid of the IR blaster. One of the few features I use a lot. I like everything else about the 10, too. I guess I'm stuck with an LG or P9 Plus as my next phone.