HTC fans in the UK were waiting for the HTC 10 pre-orders to open. Residents can now order their device via Three. The phone is available from £38 per month and £49 upfront. Get more details about HTC 10 pre-orders in the UK and price in Australia below.
On the website, Three has mentioned that the price “includes £5 monthly discount for paying by a recurring method, such as direct debit” wherein “each May, your monthly package price will increase by an amount up to the RPI rate, published in the February that year.” The estimated delivery for HTC 10 pre-orders is listed as 6th May 2016 on the site. There are also a number of plans Three is giving with the phone. All you have to do is just choose a plan that suits you. Here are the plans:
- 1GB data + all-you-can-eat minutes: £38 per month and £49 upfront
- 2GB data + all-you-can-eat minutes: £41 per month and £49 upfront
- 4GB data + all-you-can-eat minutes: £44 per month and £49 upfront
- 8GB data + all-you-can-eat minutes: £47 per month and £49 upfront
- 12GB data + all-you-can-eat minutes: £50 per month and £49 upfront
- 30GB data + all-you-can-eat minutes: £53 per month and £49 upfront
- all-you-can-eat-data + all-you-can-eat minutes: £57 per month and £49 upfront
Australians too have a reason to celebrate. The HTC 10 price in Australia has also been announced. The phone will be made available in the country on May 3 and will be sold for around #1,080 AUD. It will be sold by all the three major carriers in Australia. To pull the crowd, each carrier may come up with unique offers. If that happens, we will update you about the same.
HTC 10 Specs
HTC 10 pre-orders are open in the UK and the phone will soon be available in Australia as well. If you are planning to grab the device, here are the key specs you should know about:
- Display: 5.2 inches, 1440 x 2560 pixels
- Camera: 12MP rear, 5MP selfie
- OS: Android Marshmallow
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
- Battery life: Up to 1302 minutes on 3G, Up to 402 hours standby on 3G
- Storage: Up to 32GB (internal), up to 2 TB (external)
Keep watching this space for more updates on HTC 10.