HTC 10 all that well, we don't really blame you. The year of 2016 has proved to be one of the most competitive ones in mobile landscape that we've ever seen, and although the HTC 10 has a whole lot to love about it, its starting price of $699 was definitely a bit of a turnoff when it first launched. With this sale though, the price of that phone comes down to just $549. That's a pretty hefty cut, but what just are you getting for that price?If you don't remember the
The HTC 10 boasts a 5.2-inch 1440 x 2560 LCD display, Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of expandable storage, and a 3,000 mAh battery. All of this is packed into one of the cleanest and nicest aluminum bodies you'll find, and all of this is powering a pretty nice version of Android 6.0 with HTC's Sense 8.0 UI layered over it. When we reviewed the phone back in April, we said, "We'd be happier being seen flipping the 10 out at a business meeting than any other Android phone on the market right now." as a result of the phone's no-nonsense approach to the way it gets things done. It may not be the most exciting smartphone on the market, but if you want something that absolutely kills it with the basics and doesn't throw in any unnecessary software to get in your way, the HTC 10 is still one of your best bets. And, for just $549 until October 16, you can get it at a much more affordable price.