Capacitive buttons + FP-reader on the front? Super Meh.
Price? Super Super Meh.
Will I buy this phone? Maybe...in about 2 years when the price drops to $200 or so.
No Fan Boy...!, 01 May 2016If someone gifts me , i will happily take it...!Same here.
All speak without being seen and compared the phone to the competition ?!
They should have kept some features like IR blaster, fm radio and made it water proof, otherwise there is no reason to choose this phone over the s7 unless it is significantly less expensive, which it won't be.
I say no to the HTC 10 - too expensive and too heavy for a 5.2 inch phone - 161 grams versus my preferred weight range for this size phone of 135 to 145 grams. What's the point of downsizing from a bigger phone to a 5.2 incher if it is heavier than many 5.5 inch phones? The LG G3 for example, a 5.5 inch phone, is only 149 grams, lighter than the 5.2 inch HTC 10 which may be a small brick but still a brick by comparison to other, similar phones.
Too late already bought the s7e ..... to win the race you gotta start with the competition that's where Samsung won releasing it so quick after launch
Gibby, 01 May 2016I just got the S7e - once you have Always-on-display & the side edge panels you wonder how... moreI have s7e too, and im not using always on at all, and edges well i rhought it will be more disturbing for me, but actually got used to them. But defenitely can leave without any of them.
Out of a sudden 65% of people here will buy the HTC One 10.. I find that extremely sketchy, I'd be suprised if it sells a million units globally.
Umi, 01 May 2016From where and how did u get it in that price...is it unlocked to all networks or notFrom saudi arabia and in all GCC you can get it for the same price
AnonD-263387, 01 May 2016It's a good phone but I'd rather go for S7 Edge. Love it's take on the design. But htc's UI is... moreI just got the S7e - once you have Always-on-display & the side edge panels you wonder how you ever lived without them!
Infact I don't consider myself a fan boy but I'm actually impressed by some of Samsung's own apps like Music - way easier to use than Google Play and controllers work on the side task bar.
Having said all that - this HTC would definitely be my second choice of phone based on its looks alone.
Anything LG these days is fugly and feels like cheap build quality.
Bring on the bend tests I say! :))