Verizon will start taking pre-orders of HTC 10 from April 29. The carrier will be the first wireless provider to offer the smartphone that will launch in the market in May. Those who want to buy should go to the store at the end of this month to have a hands-on look and an exclusive in-store preview of the handset.
Verizon’s 4G LTE network tops the chart of the best network quality across six U.S. regions. Because of its popularity it was confirmed in a press release, “Verizon will be the first wireless provider to offer the HTC 10 when it’s released, so you won’t have to wait to get it.”
Other than Verizon, the HTC 10 is available on T-Mobile and Sprint. Go to the company’s official website to place order for the unlocked version of HTC 10 for US$699. Also, the unlocked edition which is compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T is available in Carbon Gray and Glacier Silver colors.
A few days back, the HTC 10 was announced through an online press on April 12. The unlocked variant of the device is available at HTC Canada for US$788. The device will support multiple Canadian carriers including Bell, Telus, Koodo, Rogers, Virgin Mobile, Videotron, Fido, Wind Mobile and Sasktel, according to IBTimes.
Going by the specs, HTC 10 has a 5.2-inch Quad HD display with 2560 x 1440 pixels with pixel density 564ppi. The main camera is 12MP with laser autofocus, optical image stabilization, BSI sensor, face detection, slow motion video, and much more. On the other hand, the front camera is 5MP with several features.
Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 Quad core, 64-bit, the device boasts 32GB internal memory, expandable by microSD card up to 2TB. It runs on Android 6 platform with HTC Sense and is fuelled by 3000mAH battery. Other features include proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, magnetic sensor, fingerprint sensor, etc, notes HTC.
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