HTC 10 is here with few surprises and lot of refinements. The beautiful unibody returned for much premium feel, and the Snapdragon 820, 4GB RAM and Adreno 530 GPU combo is present for the best-in-class performance. The top-notch camera with 12MP UltraPixel sensor at the back and the 5MP UltraSelfie shooter are lined to provide best photography experience in the smartphone segment. Both sensors are further complimented by Optical Image Stabilization to eliminate the shakiness in photos and videos. There is a lot to talk about HTC 10, it primarily focused on basics and refined it for improved day to day use, which we always appreciate. However, pricing became another key selling point for the smartphones in recent times, so it is interesting to see the HTC 10’s price tag. Here is the pricing & availability of HTC 10.
Starting with United States market, the unlocked handset priced at $699.99, which is pricier than the iPhone 6s base model but the 32GB internal storage of HTC 10 makes a lot of sense, which can be easily extended via microSD slot. The top carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile are carrying the device, but you don’t get any subsidy as of now. You can get both Gray and Silver color options. We will hear more information very soon.
Shifting our focus to the UK, users can get Gray, Silver and additionally Gold color variant in UK region with no carrier deals. The device is priced at £570. The Germany is another country where the device doesn’t get any carrier deals but costs €700. However, the O2 is offering HTC 10 on 24 months installments with €30 per month. The same thing with Sparhandy and Notebooksbilliger. Users have three color options here.
The France folks can get the HTC 10 in three colors but at a higher price (€750). If you feel pity about France folks, you have to think twice since the Austria, Finland, Italy and Spain residents should pay even more price, which will set them back at €800.
The pricing in other regions are yet to be announced but the device is already up for pre-order in most of the regions with no exact shipping date, but we believe that the pre-order will ship in mid-April. Head over to the respective official HTC website to pre-order one for you but it’s always good to gather information about the device before buy, so check out our in-depth HTC 10 article.