Anonymous, 04 May 2016My galaxy s6 have worst battery ever my old htc m8 have way better battery back upS7 is not much better, batterytests here are decieving.
Its not videotime or browsing time, its standby time that is the problem....
Also display tech between oled and lcd makes a big difference concerning the video test you use.
There are benchmark battery tests that put s7 to shame, with only 4 hours on screen time...
there is a new report flooding around that some portion of htc 10 screen are supplied by a second-tier display maker. this may explain why 10 display is so bad, bye bye htc.
what all i see is all butthurt htc fanboys keep saying htc is the best, fantastic, bah bah bah bah, but there is a lot of evidence showing htc 10 is worse than competitors and those fanboys cannot provide any data, fact, evidence.
Anonymous, 06 May 2016Not a jocke crazy user !Lol. You really have jokes
Anonymous, 05 May 2016Now the slowest of all flagships. Good job HTC.
http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_10_storage_read... morebut experience and daily usage show different result. always htc runs programs better than other rivals (with the same specs). all of we know that htc has many positive point like other brands.eg: sony has IP certificate and .... htc has better soundTthe best android UI and ... so when htc has the best UI for sure its phones dedicate better experience and very soft and quick in compare to other rivals.why you don't mention many benchmarks like antutu where htc 10 squashes other flagships.
yes in antutu htc 10 scores more than 154000 and it's really amazing.the closest to htc10 is lg g5 with 20000 under it. and other 2016 flagships are in garbage...:)
for sure htc did well job in 10 and this phone is cause of your presentation here. your jealousy comment show the good work of htc.it's better every body write about his/her favorite phone or write about what he/she knows.
all android phones start to lag or delay after 1 year usage except htc...
i agree all flagships are good enough but I'd rather have htc because sound quality and body style and quality, UI and .... to support and update is very important for me and i chose htc but you said all other are good except htc. and this is out of sense or without any thinking before.... i happy to see this,because when enemy and jealousy opinion appears,its cause of doing well,and if not why you are here?????
go to your favorite page and leave us here alone with the best phone of 2016.
N3V3RB3LIEV3, 05 May 2016I'm currently hunting for a new phone. My options are S7 Edge, LG G5 and HTC 10. Based on the ... moreThat whole touchwiz is slow and laggy crappy was super exaggerated even years ago. Now its just a ridiculous load of bologna
Using this device for 1 week,pleasure to hold it in hands,very smoothly running,n awesome camera.really did luv this device😍
N3V3RB3LIEV3, 05 May 2016I'm currently hunting for a new phone. My options are S7 Edge, LG G5 and HTC 10. Based on the ... moreBtw i also have galaxy s6 with the htc m8
And the m8 is better than the s6 except camera but my m8 is 2 years old and have to much scratch so I'm going to replace it with the new htc 10
N3V3RB3LIEV3, 05 May 2016I'm currently hunting for a new phone. My options are S7 Edge, LG G5 and HTC 10. Based on the ... moreYes man you are doing the best opinion go for htc 10 you will be happy for 2 years minimum
I will do same like you going to replace my 2 years old htc m8 that still working like a champ in every day with great battery life and great fast super smooth UI
N3V3RB3LIEV3, 05 May 2016I'm currently hunting for a new phone. My options are S7 Edge, LG G5 and HTC 10. Based on the ... moreSpeed tests put the s7 at the top. And its the only one that has good battery life.
AnonD-196881, 05 May 2016maybe you are a big liar ,so you think all others are liar.htc m8 has one of the best battery ... moreNow the slowest of all flagships. Good job HTC.
I'm currently hunting for a new phone. My options are S7 Edge, LG G5 and HTC 10. Based on the research I've done, data's gathered, and insults I've had to endure, here are the simple things I've found.
S7/S7 Edge; Great Hardware, terrible software that slows down and bottlenecks the phones true potential. UI lags over time and requires scheduled cleaning. Also, the user experience (to me) is not the best.
LG G5; Great concept, terrible execution. Specification wise, it looks amazing, and it is amazing, with the modular design and what not. UI is smooth, not alot of hiccups. But, the build quality of the phone is just atrocious. Don't get me started with with the terrible quality control from LG's side. Alot of complaints about the module being loose, not being flush to the body of the phone, jagged edges where the module connects, and the list goes on. There's also other software problems (that could be probably fixed over an update).
HTC 10; Amazing build quality. Great hardware. Even though having the SD820 inside, it's a tad bit slower than the LG G5, and slower multi-core speed compared to the Exynos 8890. Slower in-built memory r/w speed, which will hinder the phones speed to load up applications and accessing documents and multimedia. But it's not a perfect phone, nor there will ever be one. Problems will arise, only time could tell.
Based on the list above, I'm leaning heavily towards HTC for now. I'm quite eager to try the HTC 10 when it's available, as it will be my first HTC phone.
I am a satisfied user of a One M8 dual sim in Europe. I am willing to upgrade to HTC 10. Does anyone know if there will be available a dual sim version of this great smartphone?
htc 10 still need some improvement and for sure some update will come soon and become number one in 2016
at least htc 10 have best looking phone till now , great camera , great screen , audio , battery life and super fast UI and the smoothest experience in any smartphone
Had been waiting so long for a true htc flagship since the old htc One.
But I'm quite worry about the camera glass. My old htc One started having significant scratch on camera glass, because of the curve back design. Camera glass always touches the table or other surface, and easily got scratch. On the new htc 10, the camera glass seems to have the same issue too.
I love the blue htc One and the feel of the metal body, thus I use no back cover. This time I may need to consider a transparent back cover for the htc 10, but I'll going to miss the hands-on feeling of the metal body...