Hahaha 400EUR for this phone.
Good one HTC. No wonder you are where you are.
The back looks alot better without the fingerprint sensor. Also glad to see a good refresh rate on the screen.
Don't expect much difference in price if it gets an international release, we all know about HTC-XDA's ridiculous pricing ideas.
As others have said, possibly worth it, HTC are always very well made, usualy squeeze better performance out of the hardware than most other makers manage, which makes them a briliant second hand buy, especially if you not worried about having the latest state of the art, over-priced, but cheap materials device.
At least with HTC-XDA, you know that a device will be just as quick/slow in a years time as when new, something that you certainly can't say for that other over pricer, Samsung, doesn't matter what model, if its a Sammy, you know its going to need re-setting/re- flashing after only a few months, even if you regularly move stuff off it, which is ok if you buy devices outright, but causes big warrenty problems if yer daft enough to buy phones on contract, something I've not done for nearly 20 years now.
Davy Jones, 13 Jan 2021I don't think it will escape Taiwan anytime soonAnd even in Taiwan it will sell very bad compared to others like the Asus phones
Well not bad, I never would have guessed HTC will survive to put out a midrange phone with high refresh rate screen. Looks also good. Unfortunately I don't feel optimistic about price and availability.
KimbraMe, 13 Jan 2021$300 for a subpar SoC, 18W charging, forgotten brand, probably plastic build, come on, $220 maxOn pair with 835 is subpar?
Look like ppl here wish qualcomm had only 8xx series.
Alang Praharja, 13 Jan 2021$430 for a midrange phone?? Well..... Pixel 5, Nokia 8.3, LG Velvet, Samsung A71 and Mi Note 10 are midranges too.
All announced for at least $500.
People think because chinese brand would charge $290 for this, other non-chinese are in conditions to do same. Too dumb thinking ...
KimbraMe, 13 Jan 2021$300 for a subpar SoC, 18W charging, forgotten brand, probably plastic build, come on, $220 maxCharging is fine
Plastic build is fine (if IP rating is there)
I'd pay $400 for this HTC over a $300 Xiaomi anyday.
abigfanoftechs, 13 Jan 2021This is a $300 phone.$300 for a subpar SoC, 18W charging, forgotten brand, probably plastic build, come on, $220 max
When will HTC learn they are not apple...stop adding apple price tags to slow good quality phones
abigfanoftechs, 13 Jan 2021This is a $300 phone.The one plus with same cpu was more than 300 euros.
htc is tiptoeing and on the verge of death in the smartphone industry and they pull a "400 dollar cuz 5G" LOL