Fourth time is the charm, and, after suffering through muted responses to the One M8 and M9, the new HTC 10 strikes back with a vengeance. It has taken the camera criticism to heart, and introduced the all-trendy 12 MP shooter with larger than typical pixels, a next-gen laser AF, but also slapped an OIS system in the front camera for the first time in a phone. With an all-new power amp for the BoomSound speakers, the HTC 10 might turn out to be the best multimedia phone this season, barring any unforeseen review dramas.
The fly in that ointment is that the phone will be available in two versions - one with Snapdragon 820 (that's what the US is getting), and one with а different Qualcomm line in some other regions - but the display, camera, audio and software will stay the same. As for pricing and availability, the HTC 10 will be available on Verizon, Sprint and T–Mobile, while there will be one Unlocked edition sold for $699 directly from HTC, which will be compatible with the AT&T and T-Mobile frequencies.
UH OH Protection free of charge, which offers a peace of mind for one event of a shattered display or water damage in the span of the first year of ownership. Any takers?Carrier pricing, color versions and availability will be announced soon, while the Unlocked edition will be offered in Glacier Silver and Carbon Gray starting today, with the first orders expected to be shipped in the beginning of May. Needless to say, in the US the HTC 10 will comes with the stellar