Pre-order the HTC 10 from Verizon and take $100 off the price of the phone (UPDATE)

Pre-order the HTC 10 from Verizon and take $100 off the price of the phone (UPDATE)
UPDATE: Verizon tells us that it will have an exclusive on the HTC 10 until May 10th.

Verizon subscribers will save $100 on the HTC 10 when they pre-order the manufacturer's latest flagship phone from the nation's largest carrier. Pre-orders begin today and the device will be shipped by May 5th, according to the Verizon website. The $100 discount drops the retail price of the phone down to $548, which can be paid off in 24 monthly installments of $22.83. Without the $100 discount, the payment would be $27 a month.

Verizon will give you up to $300 when you trade in certain handsets. Those phones eligible for for the maximum credit include the Motorola Droid Turbo, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge/edge+, HTC One M9, Apple iPhone 6/6 Plus, LG G4 and LG V10.

The HTC 10 features a 5.2-inch screen with a 1440 x 2560 QHD resolution. That works out to a 565ppi pixel density. The Snapdragon 820 SoC is under the hood carrying a quad-core 2.2GHz CPU (using Qualcomm's new Kryo cores) and the Adreno 530 GPU. 4GB of RAM is inside along with 32GB of native storage. A 2TB capacity microSD slot is available for those seeking additional memory, and a fingerprint sensor is embedded in the home button. The HTC 10 carries an IP 53 rating meaning that it is protected from dust, light spills and very light rain.

Both cameras have OIS (a first for the 5MP UltraPixel selfie shooting snapper in front), and the rear 12MP UltraPixel camera offers an f/1.8 aperture allowing you to take better pictures under low-light conditions. The 3000mAh battery can charge up for a full day's work in just 30 minutes, and Android 6.0 is pre-installed along with Sense 8.0.

If you're a Verizon customer interested in pre-ordering the best from HTC's camp, click on the sourcelink.

source: Verizon

Related phones

  • Display 5.2" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 5 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad-core, 2200 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3000 mAh(27h 3G talk time)



1. Esteban4u

Posts: 76; Member since: Oct 15, 2013

IT'S A TRAP!! DON'T DO IT!!! - You'll be stuck with a device that may not ever get the next version of Android, let alone the monthly security updates that Google pushes out to it's Nexus devices, keeping you safe and fixing bugs in the process. You'll be lulled into a false sense of value/reliability by the so-called strength of their network, but a beautiful prison is still a prison nonetheless.

2. TBomb

Posts: 1579; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

Just waiting to switch off Verizon... I just need to pull the plug.. but im currently getting free service from my parents so.... I can't grow a pair big enough to pull it yet.

3. bubblechaos

Posts: 114; Member since: May 04, 2015

Wait for HTC + Google Phones. You the good from both worlds :).

4. Esteban4u

Posts: 76; Member since: Oct 15, 2013

When I heard that HTC "may" be making the next Nexus devices, it was disappointing to me. I know that many here are in favor for HTC to make the next Nexus devices, but I think they're time for making Nexus devices has come and gone. Their decline in the recent years was due to unINSPIRE-ing (sorry, couldn't help myself) hardware designs, poor choices in hardware components and specs (remember their camera's "Ultra Pixels"), lack of innovation and competitiveness with the likes of Samsung and LG, poor or almost non-existent marketing campaigns, their God-damned insistence for TouchWiz on every one of their devices, and poor management within the company as a whole. I was hoping that Google would manufacture the next Nexus devices themselves and have tighter, if not Apple-like control, of the hardware, specs and build quality of the next Nexus devices. The synergy of pure Android, as Google intended it to be, with their own manufactured hardware devices would be unrivaled in the Android ecosystem. Look at the beautiful gorgeousness in hardware build quality that the Pixel-C is, and the powerful, high-end specs of it's internal components. There where no compromises there, nor should there be any with the upcoming and future Nexus devices.

5. kaintae

Posts: 98; Member since: Dec 14, 2011


8. Esteban4u

Posts: 76; Member since: Oct 15, 2013

Sense, ok, my mistake. What are you the Android skin police? It doesn't change the argument I made.

9. Nunazty

Posts: 30; Member since: Jul 16, 2012

This guy has issues lol

10. iApologistsAreRetards

Posts: 37; Member since: Apr 03, 2016


11. semipro1337

Posts: 113; Member since: Oct 01, 2012

Your argument is invalid due to thinking you know wtf your talking about but showing that you don't with your inability to even distinguish skins from each manufacturer. And all major manufacturers force their skins on you unless it's a Nexus or their pure Android version. I like my touch wiz on my9 better than sense was on my S6 edge +. See how stupid my last sentence sounded? Multiply that by about 10 and you have some sense of where your entire argument is.

7. HTCM9

Posts: 29; Member since: Mar 29, 2015

Ha..ha ..ha Touchwiz on HTC...looks like Tim cooks unofficial account. ☺

6. KParks23

Posts: 730; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

Your a fool. I hope no1 is taking this guy seriously!

12. daveydog

Posts: 69; Member since: Sep 01, 2013

On original point- better off buying from Htc- code for 100 works, you avoid the insulting $20 activation fee and you get uh oh protection

13. Kovan

Posts: 1; Member since: May 02, 2016

Nice , good

14. Esteban4u

Posts: 76; Member since: Oct 15, 2013

I think Android skin/customizations are just a way that OEMs and wireless carriers collude with each other in order to sell more Android devices by artificially and/or prematurely ending the life of still usefull Android smartphone hardware via delayed OS & security update and/or complete lack thereof.

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