SD810 HTC 10 evo is official: the international version of HTC Bolt will only be available online

The rumor mill once again hit it straight on the head! Just as we expected, HTC today announced the latest smartphone in its portfolio, the HTC 10 evo. However, this is where all the novelties end – this device is essentially an international version of its recent HTC Bolt, which is exclusively available on Sprint.

So, what is the HTC 10 evo, in a nutshell? Long story short, it's a full-metal, water-resistant Snapdragon 810-equipped 5.5-incher that has no 3.5mm headphone jack yet makes up for that by employing HTC's Boomsound Adaptive Audio tech and boasting a pair of adaptive USB Type-C earphones in the box. Unlike the Bolt, which was only available in Silver and Gunmetal colors, the 10 evo also comes in Gold. Another notable feature is the Gorilla Glass 5-covered Quad HD display as well as the 8MP wide-angle selfie snapper which has its own front-facing flash sidekick. 

Oh, we almost forgot - similar to the HTC Bolt, the HTC 10 evo arrives with Android 7.0 Nougat right out of the box.

The HTC 10 evo will be available in Europe (including the UK) exclusively online. That's right, no carrier will be offering this device in its stores across the Old Continent - you will have to order it from HTC's online store. This is a first for the Taiwan-based manufacturer, which has deep roots of partnering with multiple carriers. 

The HTC 10 evo is likely going to sell for £450 - £500 in the UK and probably cost anywhere in-between EUR450 - 500 in the rest of Europe, though the latter is mostly speculation on our part. The exact release date, or should we say online availability of the device, is not known at the time.

source: HTC 

Related phones

  • Display 5.5" 1440 x 2560 pixels
  • Camera 16 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, Octa-core, 2000 MHz
  • Storage 32 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 3200 mAh(23h talk time)



1. Tech-shake

Posts: 213; Member since: Nov 14, 2016

I think HTC should really work on their pricing. 600$ for last year's hardware while you can get the OnePlus 3T 128GB for 480$, it has the latest of this year's hardware.

2. NoToFanboys

Posts: 3231; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

Agreed, if this was below $400 then it would've been a great deal

4. Tech-shake

Posts: 213; Member since: Nov 14, 2016

Exactly !

12. dazed1

Posts: 805; Member since: Jul 28, 2015

"Agreed, if this was below $250 then it would've been a great deal" Fixed.

6. w1000i

Posts: 250; Member since: Jul 22, 2015

Don't compare HTC to a low quality company like Oneplus. I owned a Oneplus and I replace the screen 4 times for touch issue which was a common issue. also there software never felt stable

8. maherk

Posts: 6961; Member since: Feb 10, 2012

Because HTC have never had any issues with their quality control, right? From the One X's dead screen problems, to the M8's loose volume buttons or the screen wasnt flush with the speaker grills, plus the extreme overheating of the M9 and the camera glass shattering. I am not saying that HTC phones lack quality, but don't make it sound as if they are perfect and have never had any quality control issues. And since when is OP considered a low quality company?

9. tiara6918

Posts: 2263; Member since: Apr 26, 2012

Mind you, I had owned all three of those phones you've mentioned. The one x's problem was just it's battery life. I had never had any issue with my m8. The m9 does overheat but not to an extent that I couldn't touch and use it the whole time, the issue I only have with my m9 is the chamfered edges are scrapping off it's paint leaving it uncomfortable to hold. But other than that, I would consider htc's build quality as one of the best out there

10. xq10xa

Posts: 810; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

Since they have been around. You don't buy those type of specs on a phone for that low of a price without a catch. There is a reason those phones costs much less than their competition yet supposedly surpass their specs. ZTE, Blu, OP. they might not be low quality but they are definitely the KIA and Hyundai of the phone world

16. Martin_Cooper

Posts: 1774; Member since: Jul 30, 2013

You should never compare a mainstream company with OnePlus. You can go to a store and buy the HTC, you can barely find in any stores the OnePlus, no local in store support etc. So comparing this crappy phone to any similarly priced LG/Samsung/Sony is why this phone is overpriced s**t. I seriously hope someone buys this company and fire every single person thats not a designer/engineer. Basically fire all the decision making people.

3. nebula

Posts: 1009; Member since: Feb 20, 2015

Troubled old chip incased in a body without 3.5 mm jack more expensive than brilliant HTC 10. Honestly it reminds me of some kind of David Lynch film, it's captivatimg story but I have no clue what is going on. Twin Peaks...

5. JC557

Posts: 1920; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

It seems to be under control now considering this is using v2 of the chip and Phonescoop's review shows that it performs almost as well as the 820s in many tasks. Battery life is also reported to be quite good as is the camera.

13. dazed1

Posts: 805; Member since: Jul 28, 2015

Oh my, i have never laughed so much in my life, thanks.

18. JC557

Posts: 1920; Member since: Dec 07, 2011

Maybe you should read the review before being a f**king moron.

7. Plasticsh1t

Posts: 3109; Member since: Sep 01, 2014

Should be 350$

11. Moose

Posts: 418; Member since: Jan 05, 2015

Who wants to buy an SD810 phone in 2016, a processor that never was very good even when it first came out, either over heating or draining the battery?

14. kanagadeepan

Posts: 1270; Member since: Jan 24, 2012

Looks like a suicide attempt from HTC. Have they hired that back-stabber of Nokia, the Stephen Elop now???

15. tweetgadget

Posts: 72; Member since: Feb 05, 2014

WTF is wrong with this company?

17. djcody

Posts: 228; Member since: Apr 17, 2013

4 times ?? yea right ;) thats reply to post 6

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