As the first company to really deliver unibody aluminium smartphones to the mainstream, HTC has got some form in this game, of course. All the HTC One devices have been terrifically built, and the 10 here is no exception.
Just a couple of days ago, HTC started shipping out the HTC 10 to customers in markets where pre-orders were made. Now, HTC teases the possibility of a token of appreciation reaching out to early HTC 10 adopters.
A lot depends on the HTC 10 for the Taiwanese smartphone maker, and while it really is an impressive handset, it looks like it is off to a disappointing start in China. According to Focus Taiwan, 11 days into its pre-order period, only 251 units of the 10 have been pre-ordered by potential customers through e-commerce websites TMall and Jingdon Mall.
The HTC 10 is a smartphone that many fans have been looking forward to ever since HTC released teaser trailers highlighting features of the device. Subsequently there was some controversy as AT&T was not carrying the handset directly. A month back, HTC started to take pre-orders for the device and now finally, there is some respite for fans, as the company has finally started shipping the phone out.
It’s always good when a company can keep a promise, even when it’s just an expected ship date. Turns out HTC was able to.
We’ve known that Verizon Wireless had plans to launch pre-orders for the HTC 10 for a while now, but Sprint is also opening up about its launch plans as well.
HTC has launched a new ad to promote features of its flagship phone, the HTC 10. The advert aims to promote some key features that the company believes are the crucial selling points of the phone, namely the BoomSound, UltraSelfie camera and design.
If you have been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you might not know this but, the internet has been rife with discussions of the HTC 10‘s camera and sound quality. HTC has highlighted these features, along with a surprising few others.