(Posts: 66; Member since: 16 Mar 2016)
I've got the LG G5 on pre-order, but don't know whether to risk seeing if this is going to be worth waiting for... I don't want to loose my place or the pre-order bonuses, and I'll kick myself if this turns out to be no good for me and I've cancelled the LG. Perhaps I'll have to just keep the G5 in it's box for a week (yeah right!) while I wait to see what HTC has, so I can send it back if need be....
(Posts: 1053; Member since: 27 May 2012)
Two months later, your G5 will be sold on a half price. LG phones lose their value very rapidly, and they almost have the worst reselling value despite they are really good phones!
(Posts: 66; Member since: 16 Mar 2016)
I'm yet to buy a phone which doesn't tbh, lol.
bcos in usa nobody wants it..
(Posts: 134; Member since: 20 Jun 2014)
Every phone loses the value after using it for sometime.
If you are concerned about the resale value, You should buy an iPhone.
iPhones loses the resale value by merely 5% - 10% for about 6 months time frame, while android phones loses the value by 25% - 30%.
(Posts: 12; Member since: 28 Jan 2016)
I'm so excited
My next phone is coming
Let's go HTC
(Posts: 103; Member since: 30 Aug 2012)
I have a feeling this phone will be awesome! My m7 has served me well for almost three years now.
(Posts: 110; Member since: 14 Mar 2013)
I've owned M7-9. Too little too late. I've bought an S7 Edge.
Just kidding I will probably buy this phone too lol
(Posts: 185; Member since: 01 May 2013)
OMG this was hilarious! ...I too am waiting for the Power of 10
(Posts: 750; Member since: 09 Jan 2016)
Let us scoop you in !! Can htc rise again, bu i think they are late in there!!
(Posts: 1038; Member since: 02 Feb 2015)
So is there a wireless charging tech that works with metal phones or not? I can't remember.
(Posts: 424; Member since: 13 Jan 2015)
The camera better be good. Would love if HTC surprised us with an AMOLED display like the early rumours said.
(Posts: 6; Member since: 10 Jul 2012)
Super LCD 5, not amoled but anyway HTC flagship devices always had beautiful displays and all of them been SLCD
(Posts: 838; Member since: 22 Sep 2014)
Not impressed by their font.
(Posts: 304; Member since: 15 Mar 2016)
Ugly back. Chamfered back phones are disgusting. Ugly like the G5.
The M7 is sexy.
(Posts: 55; Member since: 25 May 2013)
must be all internal beauty
(Posts: 107; Member since: 08 Jan 2015)
I don't mind if this phone is not good.but,waiting for htc phones, every year, means we always hope for the best from them. If it's not good this time, we still hope the next will be better.
(Posts: 158; Member since: 29 Feb 2016)
The Front is Ugly as Trump
(Posts: 233; Member since: 22 Mar 2016)
It looks like iPhones and Galaxies had an orgy and produced the phone of the
(Posts: 377; Member since: 04 Feb 2013)
Good strategy by HTC. Gotta make sure everyone that's in the market for a new phone has already purchased one before you release your own. Don't wanna mess around and accidentally make a profit...
(Posts: 1; Member since: 22 Mar 2016)
had m7,good combo including design and specs (with not taking camera into consideration as it was their frist attempt with the so-called ultra pixel tec)
had m9, god i just could'nt tolerate it,serious battery drain,unfixable wifi,and for the third time in a row a crappy camera.
Now M10 or 10 or what ever the hell it's gonna be called, it has to be smth phenomenal in order to clean this mess otherwise i'll giveup on HTC
(Posts: 328; Member since: 24 Mar 2015)
Too late because people will already have a G5 or S7. $650 or bust
(Posts: 5; Member since: 20 Mar 2016)
samsung and lg...kids toys
(Posts: 1; Member since: 26 Jul 2015)
I want to get excited but if it looks exactly like the renders show it will be a no go to me. If I wanted a Samsung look alike, I'l buy a Samsung,,, which will never happen. I'l stick with my M9.
(Posts: 5; Member since: 19 Mar 2016)
What everyone seems to forget is that a successful successor device needs to have all the great technology available in the market that can be packaged together. The reason the M9 didn't do well is because it ran hot initially, the camera was poor, and had no Image Stabilization, and it did NOT have a biometric reader of some type that is needed for future secure commerce transactions.
Note though that any company that removes a great feature like front-facing STEREO speakers from an existing product on its next iteration has engineers with mushy brains. If this ends up being true, then it's likely that the "Perfume" phone will be another weak seller, like its predecessor. Even Samsung brought back a microSD slot on the Galaxy S7. There are NO good reasons to remove the stereo speakers. Right? One keeps improving, not removing good stuff. Time will soon tell us how mushy those brains are. The Galaxy S7 Edge is the way to go till some company can create a follow up flagship device with FF stereo speakers.
If smartphone users think that stereo speakers should not be part of their multi-media experience when using the device, then they should ask themselves, “would they buy a TV without stereo speakers - like it was in the 70s - great mono sound?” If you added speakers to your TV, would you face the speakers towards your couch, or would you face them to the side or back walls? If the smartphone plays back HD video, then the smartphone should play back stereo sound. It just makes sense. Of course, both large and small multi-media smart devices should also have jacks for earplugs or headphones when privacy is required. This just makes sense too. Right?
I also watch youTube videos on my M9. I hold up my phone and watch different types of clips with it, while I'm lying down. Those FF stereo speakers make a huge difference. I can watch John Oliver (Last Week Tonight) clips in HD, and the stereo sound is awesome. My next portable computer (which will just happen to make phone calls as well) MUST have stereo sound (without accessories), and if HTC does not offer it in a few years, then I'll be buying someone else's smart multimedia personal assistant device.
Boomsound is just some hardware and software inside the device (and more importantly it's a marketing term). It has nothing to do with where sound exits the device. In my opinion, the engineers had it right, when they designed the exits so that the direction of the sound waves moved forward and hit your face, and a strong pleasing stereo effect was achieved by having the sound exit from both sides of the screen when you held it in landscape mode, as if you were watching a small LED flat screen TV.
So, I believe Stereo FF speakers are just as necessary as a colour display.
(Posts: 4; Member since: 24 Jun 2015)
A night photo with a bright room. hTC must be obsessed with the Ultrapixel camera module. Let's see if the low-light shot of M10 can match the mighty S7. If yes, hTC worths to be back in the group of the top smartphone manufacturers.