I love htc. The problem is their customer service. Ht. Make great products but their customer service really sucks. no part, very hard software rooting method and replace
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2016hahahahaha... dear fanboy HTC calls it 'ultrapixel' samsung calls it 'dual pixel'.. they are ... moredual pixel called on focus technology not for the sensor ,,, sorry for bad English
Best phone I ever had. Everyone I show this phone to wants to know what it is and where to get one. It's amazing.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2016samsung is using dual pixel.hahahahaha... dear fanboy HTC calls it 'ultrapixel' samsung calls it 'dual pixel'.. they are same.. they both use larger pixels.
Fitbri, 12 Aug 2016What a stupid thing to say. Innovation was Boom sound, Dual IOS, designs etc.don't forget the ultrapixel, which every company has started copying including samsung. If this is not innovation, then what is?
v, 12 Aug 2016They should have kept ir blaster and fm radio. Totally agree, there are no distinguishing features on the M10.
mobileInspector, 12 Aug 2016Same is its fate in India, and other Asian countries, specially major mobile consumer markets.... morewell no, about 90% of the populatoin in india cant even afford a flagship, thats why those shi**y cheap chinese phones sell so good there and thats also why apple struggles really hard in india, the only thing of importance in india is the price
mobileInspector, 12 Aug 2016Same is its fate in India, and other Asian countries, specially major mobile consumer markets.... moreDont kid yourself, pricing is the no.1 selling point in India market, dual sim is least of its concern otherwise Samsung and Apple would have done that already.
The HTC 10 is a very solid phone. This maybe more due to the fact that they made so much lackluster products for so long. It ruined their reputation before they could come up with their most balanced smarphone yet.
I actually went to a few T-Mobile stores in the beginning and they did not actually carry the device.
It was online only or 50 miles away.
- Unremarkable, overly rounded design without a sense of sophistication
- Chamfered edges don't do jack to make it look appealing
- No killer features to make it stand apart from the elites (S7 Edge, G5 etc.)
- Way overpriced compared to many similarly capable phones (OP3, MI5, SD650 phones)
- Stupidity of having different editions for different markets
- Ram could have been 6GB
- Poor to non-existent marketing
Is this even a surprise? That this device has literally no place in a market flooded with seriously capable SD 650, SD 652, Helio X20 and X25 phones, and the Chinese flagships fitted with the 810, 820, all of which are priced about half of this device?
No place amongst the elites, and no additional value over a Chinese flagship, and for the flaunters, HTC was never an "aspirational" brand anyway - that's always been Apple / Samsung territory (largely Apple).
HTC, you're a done deal. Phone should have been at least 30% cheaper.
Same is its fate in India, and other Asian countries, specially major mobile consumer markets. I guess HTC thought process is not aligned. They came up with this brilliant phone but they missed out the dual sim. Its a make or break deal for many many.
Announcing HTC 10 lifestyle in India episode also was a big setback for them. And they never formally announce HTC 10's availability in India when now it is already available.
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2016Still have the One X, more than 4 years and still my daily driver!To true. One X One S brilliant. A9 sheer luxury brilliance. Just need a successor to that but they have to keep the same smooth body. HTC is solid that's for sure.
sa11oum, 12 Aug 2016The problem with HTC is a severe lack of innovationWhat a stupid thing to say. Innovation was Boom sound, Dual IOS, designs etc.