HTC is back with one hell of a phone. In recent years HTC has not been at its best, falling short of its competition. A heavy interface with missing features such as a Quad HD display and a fingerprint scanner has let them down. But this has all been included in the HTC’s new phone.
The HTC 10 has it’s iconic design and full metal body with a chamfered edge giving it a bit of a curve around all sides making it easier to hold in the hands. HTC Sense has lost weight and has reduced bloatware. This makes it a quicker sleeker experience.
The new Quad HD screen gives it a sharp look backed by a powerful quadcore processor and 4GB RAM. Quick charge 3.0 has also been introduced giving it a fast char of 50% in 30 minutes. A big inclusion is the fingerprint scanner at the front. This has been missing in every flagship HTC in the past and something that its successor has had for years
The 10 is something that can finally rival Samsung. I am once again excited by HTC. Samsung is still the king when it comes to phones, but the HTC 10 is not far off and makes one hell of a second best.
- 5.2 inch Quad HD (565PPI) LCD screen
- Snapdragon 820 quadcore processor (Dual-core 2.15 GHz & dual-core 1.6 GHz)
- 4GB RAM
- 32/64GB expandable storage
- 3000mAh battery
- Boomsound dual speakers
- 12MP Ultrapixle rear camera with Laser autofocus
- 5MP front camera
- Fingerprint scanner