Following the series of tests and pre-release procedures, HTC has gone through the steps to upgrade the unlocked HTC 10 flagship smartphone.
HTC has already confirmed that it will be updating the HTC 10, One A9, and One M9 to Android 7.0 Nougat even before the final release of the OS dropped from Google. Now that Nougat is officially out, HTC has provided an estimated timeframe as to when the update would be making its way to a few of its devices.
HTC today released the HTC 10 in two new colors: Camellia Red and Topaz Gold. In addition to the new colors, HTC is also discounting the price of the handset by $100 for the rest of August.
It’s been rumored that HTC plans on expanding the “10” brand from its recent flagship, and include it with its popular Desire lineup of handsets.
In a bid to likely boost the sales of its flagship handset, the HTC 10, the Taiwanese maker has announced a $100 reduction in the price of the handset until July 31. The offer is applicable only in the United States and only if you buy the handset directly from HTC’s website.
Not long after HTC had announced that it would send “Thank You” gifts or tokens of appreciation to early adopters of the HTC 10, the internet was rife with speculation. Putting a rest to all the questions, comes the first reports of the gifts reaching early adopters.
With thousands (literally, if you include storage, finish and market variants) of smartphones running Android right now, picking a top 10 was never going to be easy. But we sorted through and went ahead anyway. By the way, absent from the top 10 are any of the multitude of Chinese designs (including Xiaomi) flooding the East and sub-continent – most simply never appear in Europe and the West in any quantity – and I don’t apologise for only picking smartphones here that I can personally vouch for in one way or another.
To mark the solemn event that is Memorial Day, and in a bid to pay respect to the long gone, HTC has launched a Memorial Day Sale! As part of the sale, they are giving out a free RE camera for every HTC 10 purchased, but thats not all they have to offer.
Earlier today, Google rolled out a ton of new announcements by way of its keynote speech kicking off this year’s Google I/O developer conference.