I voted not cos it has no waterproof. 2016 phone without waterproof is not a flagship from my point of view.
As for the design.. bleah! The back looks like a car's pedal, while the front looks like a cheap S3 replika.
Where was the poll? I think it was only found by HtC fanboys since it's the first poll I did not see posted here, and everyone else knows those bezels won't save htc.
I'm on a lookout for a new android phone and the only thing that is stopping me from buying this phone is its size. If only it offered version with 5.5 - 5.7-inch screen, same specs is enough, no more no less - it's a winner for me:P HTC 10 max?:D
Ysy21, 24 Apr 2016Excellent phone no doubt. But like Blackberry, htc was & still suffering from same issues... moreThe price is not as high as BlackBerry PRIV comparing the current scenario..
Priv has older hardware but costs more than htc 10..
I have never liked HTC, hot or not, it means nothing to me. The htc 10 doesn't even look enticing. Its more repeating the same song and called a new stanza, nothing quite new. But to those who like it, it's wise you give reasons for a phone that has offered so little in invention and innovation..
And despite of all, 10 frontside looks like SGS II. Look at all the photos in Web - backside, backside, backside.
Design & Audio SUCKS. HTC M8 & M9 was better with front design and stronger speakers.
I would suggest any HTC instead of other phones, due to its stability, quality and user friendly material.
As HTC has announced the camera wolud not be best but can be a good competition for Samsung' s new flagships. HTC should make minor changes in its HTC sense, other wise the phone would be a big hit.
Hope this phone would stand right on peoples expectations from HTC
Anonymous, 24 Apr 2016Let's hope it won't sell well at least. HTC has long abandoned heavy users and it's about time... moreI could almost agree,if HTC don't start listening to their buyers/users very soon,then they are history,I have tried to be a loyal fan since before they became HTC,I still have some devices labelled with XDA !!.
If HTC want to survive,make a new HD2,still the best mobile device, built by anyone,yet.
I'm saddled with a desire 510e,it's a piece of rubbish,almost impossible to root successfully,and,as per usual with HTC,has had no updates since its release.
I hate amoled screens,but even I am being forced to look at Samsung for a half decent device that can be rooted and still gets updates when it's more than 3 months old,either that or I go for a better Chinese device..
HTC are on their last few chances to start getting things right or it's bankruptcy or take-over time,me,I'd like to see Lenovo or LG buy HTC,but the Taiwanese government probably will not allow one of their flagship companies to go to the wall or overseas ownership..
I agree with dova66,change the poll questions..
As I have said before,just because a device gets good reviews,does well in polls etc etc,does not equal good sales,so let's just wait until July/August until we see the sales figures for its first three months,I don't think they will be very good,the chief thing wrong with the M10 is the lack of proper BoomSound speakers,for gawd sales,it's 2016,this is meant to be a phone for audiophiles,yet it's own output from its speaker(s) is in MONO !!!
The individual or team responsible for not fitting "old" BoomSound system should be sacked tomorrow,they obviously have no understanding of the public's wishes or use of devices...
Anyone that has heard or got used to proper "old" BoomSound is going to be badly disappointed...
The M10 is not going to save HTC,they should concentrate on improving their mid range phones and vastly improve their update and customer support,rather than waste more time and money on headline devices that will fail to sell.
Let's hope it won't sell well at least. HTC has long abandoned heavy users and it's about time they'll pay. I remember the mid-late 00s when HTC was the Pro device to have starting with Windows CE devices ... nowadays it tries way too hard to be trendy, as if Samsung and Apple were not enough, so good riddance I say...