BJ, 11 Jun 2017If I buy the 6/128 version from overseas, will it be compatible here in Australia?of course
If I buy the 6/128 version from overseas, will it be compatible here in Australia?
Android OEMs know no self-respecting people will use Android in US and EU so they don't have to respect you either. If you are dumb enough to use Android in US and EU, you deserve to be shortchanged.
WeNeedBigBatteries, 09 Jun 2017I don't give a ho-ot for its inferior 3000 mah battery. These clowns should decide, if they ar... moreYou have a lot of demands, why don't you build your own phone. Tsss
Well, I don't even want to start discussing the absolute 100% not fair, etc (to say the absolute least), regarding that the 6GB/126GB variant "will never be officially offered in Europe and the Americas." Otherwise I will never gonna stop complaining, etc. But I'm gonna just say that the higher specs the better and that hopefully sooner rather than later, eventually every country will have all the same variants of flagships and not, to choose from. Let's hope at least.
Dual SIM card is about to loose its appeal in Europe. Next week EU regulations will forbid rooming charges.
I still would like HTC to offer a 128GB version in Europe
Anonymous, 09 Jun 2017Its about US$725 (before tax) in Singapore for the standard 64GB model. Expensive too. Darn. ... moreGet it from Saudi, the 128/6 GB version for $693, no taxes and with free JBL reflect aware headset ($200)
as you may not know i should tell you that when you see more memory+nand flash on one model it is for the fact that these companies use SOCs in which these two memories integrated together. i think both models should be available ww for customers to choose.
I don't give a ho-ot for its inferior 3000 mah battery. These clowns should decide, if they are building their phone for calling purposes or for using camera, for gaming or any other entertainment. The buyer has every right to enjoy all the features as it is a smartphone. That 3000 mah battery incorporated does no justice however. They shouldn't put forward baseless claims like the phone will entertain the user for day long with that 3000 mah mediocre quality battery. GPS, Camera/video recorder, Gaming, watching videos are the areas the battery gets drained a lot faster. Yet the smartphone companies continue their gimmick claiming efficient processor, less battery philosophy. Build better phones, get better revenue.
Cargo Joe, 09 Jun 2017Sadly, Malaysian ist as interested in HTC as much as Huawei or Samsung. Yup, that's why higher spec numbers is crucial in the country
Yay it's coming to Malaysia.. Hopefully they don't overprice this device.. But even then owning the best cameraphone of 2017 especially the most fully specced version compared to the rest of the world even beating Samsung/LG/Sony is worth every ringgit spent
Sadly, Malaysian ist as interested in HTC as much as Huawei or Samsung.
Basically in places where people are not dummies w money. Dual sim and 6GB are incredibly useful, but people in the west would buy the low end phones anywa y so why should HTC even bother w releasing the true deal to them.
Its about US$725 (before tax) in Singapore for the standard 64GB model.
Expensive too. Darn.
Gotta wait til it drops alittle before i get my hands on it
David Anheuser, 08 Jun 2017The price in Malaysia is rm3899 ($880) and little bit expensive..Are you high on weed?
HTC price its products reasonably, the only brand that sells up high price is Samsung
How about country that sell Solar Red?
Any list yet please?
Anonymous, 08 Jun 2017Wtf is going on with these OEMs! There should be only one model worldwide! They do this things according sales data.
In Europe most people have one phone line only. Then single sim phones go to Europe.
In my country people like dual sim.
Same for storage. Some areas people use more apps than people from another area.