Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017About $217 is good deal...! Not moreAlways unlogic criticism comes from anonymous, pls define yourself so I can explain what can make a phone cheaper than another.
AnonD-96745, 14 Apr 2017Sony Xperia XA1 with 23mp rear camera, soc P20 only cost $270. This HTC so overprice device lol.And are the remaining specs the same?
htc does it again with those crappy SOC , they are milking their name , thinking normal people will just buy it cz its HTC .... i dnt even understand why people may like HTC phones .
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017Add around $50 and one can get himself 1+3 or Honor 8 or MI5 You can get a Honor 8 for Â€200 - 220 any week on ebay. and Mi 5 for Â€200 - 250.
Htc should have gone with SD 625. This Helio p10 doesn't seem to be a wise choice. But those who think the design has been copied from xiomi, please have a look on m7. Htc pioneered this design. And plz don't compare htc sense with miui.
New addition to these other useless MTK P10 phones
In short overpriced. If there is a way to get xiaomi in ur area get a redmi note 4 which is better and less $ than this
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017the big footprint is for the big batteryUnlike the U Ultra
One of those gimmicks that Samsung pulled of with TST (Turbo speed technology).
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017If your iPhone is rekt then this might be trueiPhone is rekt out of the box
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017Looks better than my Iphone..If your iPhone is rekt then this might be true
Anonymous, 14 Apr 2017Add around $50 and one can get himself 1+3 or Honor 8 or MI5 Mi5 is actually cheaper, around Â€250
AnonD-196276, 14 Apr 2017Good specs and of course long durability with stable performance compared to x or y phonesWoW seriously
Valensi, 14 Apr 2017What's the point of putting 4000mAh battery on 28nm technology? It is far better to put 3000mA... moreThe SoC plays far lesser role than you think. It's only 30% of the total power consumption (hardware wise). So even if P20 uses 30% less battery than P10 you just gained 9% overall battery. A phone with 28nm and 4000 battery would have quite more battery life than a 3000 phone with 16nm SoC is everything else is equal.
The one component that predicts battery life the best is neither the screen or the SoC used, it's the battery itself. No matter how efficient the SoC/screen are OEMs should not be cheapening out on battery, like ever, it's probably the most important component in mobiles, because even the best phone when dead is actually useless.