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HTC 10 SIM-Free Smartphone - Carbon Grey
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- 5.2" next generation Super LCD 5 screen
- Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 820 Quad-core processor
- 3000 mAh battery combines with PowerBotics, which improves battery life by 30%, to deliver up to 2 days extra battery life
- 32GB internal memory and a slot for a microSDXCTM card up to 2TB
- Main Camera; OIS-enabled 12MP UltraPixelTM camera. Front Camera; OIS-enabled 5MP UltraSelfieTM camera with UltraPixelTM technology for sharp, clear selfies in any light.
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|Display Size||5.2 inches||5.7 inches||5.2 inches||5.2 inches||5.5 inches||5.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions||0.9 x 7.19 x 14.59 cm||0.79 x 7.97 x 16.24 cm||0.9 x 7.19 x 14.59 cm||0.79 x 7.29 x 14.59 cm||0.77 x 7.69 x 15.69 cm||7.59 x 15.39 x 0.79 cm|
|Item Weight||161 grams||170 grams||161 grams||415 grams||155 grams||169 grams|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB||64 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB||64 GB|
|Special Feature||camera; e-mail; face_detection; flash; front_camera; GPS; internet; mp3_ringtones; quad_core_processor; touchscreen; usb; wifi||—||64-bit computing; Accelerometer; AirPlay; Alarm clock, Calculator, Calendar, Notes, To-do list; Ambient light sensor; Bluetooth; Built-in flash; Call divert; Call timer; Call waiting; Caller ID; Chat; Conference call; Electronic compass; Face detection; Fingerprint reader; Flight mode; GPS; Geotagging; Gyroscope; Instant messaging (IM); MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service); Microphone mute; Near Field Communication (NFC); Night mode; Orientation sensor; Proximity sensor; Self-timer; Short Message Service (SMS); Smile detection; Speakerphone; Speed dialing; Support for contact groups; Tethering (modem-mode); Touch sensitive screen; USB mass storage; Vibrating alert; Video call; Video recording; Wi-Fi Direct; bluetooth: 4.2; touchscreen:Capacitive||—||—||—|
|Wireless Communication Technology||3G; 4G; Bluetooth; Edge; GPRS; GSM; HSDPA; WiFi||4G||Yes; 3G||4G||LTE||4G|
Colour Name: Carbon Grey
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HTC 10. It's more of what you're looking for in a flagship phone. Unparalleled performance. Superb 24-bit Hi-Res sound. The world's first Optical Image Stabilisation in both front and back cameras. And one of the highest smartphone camera rankings ever from DxOMark. All in a beautifully crafted metal unibody.
HTC M10, Micro USB Cable, Mains Adaptor, Headphones, Documentation
From the manufacturer
The Power of 10
HTC 10. It’s more of what you’re looking for in a flagship phone. High performance. 24-bit Hi-Res sound. The world’s first* Optical Image Stabilisation in both front and back cameras and one of the highest smartphone camera rankings ever from DxOMark. All in a sleekly crafted metal unibody.
Inspiration realised in metal
It’s the beauty of light, crafted into an all-metal unibody. Every element of HTC 10 has been designed and refined. From the bold chamfered contour to its stunning dual-textured finish and quality construction. All the way down to getting the perfect click from the power button.
HTC 10 sets a gold standard in sound quality with its BoomSound Hi-Fi edition speakers, Personal Audio Profile and Hi-Res audio earphones. All of which works well with HTC 10’s certified 24-bit Hi-Res audio.
Next generation camera
Capture your ever-changing world in breathtaking detail with the world’s first* dual Optical Image Stabilisation so, no matter which camera you use, you’ll get bright, sharp, blur-free photos you’ll love. You won’t miss a moment either. The HTC 10 sets the standard in smartphone imaging with 0.6 second fast launch and second generation laser autofocus. It’s been awarded one of the highest camera quality scores of any smartphone - a DxOMark Mobile Score of 88, a high in the benchmark for smartphone image quality.
The cameras have an f1.8 aperture and an UltraPixel sensor to capture up to 136 per cent more light so images come out clear and bright in almost any setting.
Up front, take stunning 5 MP selfies with natural screen flash, a wide angle lens and the first ever* OIS front camera. The 12 MP main camera takes 4K videos – HTC’s ultra high definition standard for true-to-life video for incredible playback of your life’s best moments.
*Based on HTC research among major smartphone brand models as of February 2016, using GSM Arena statistics and other mobile manufacturing trade resources.
Size: 145.9 x 71.9 x 3.0 - 9.0mm1
Display: 5.2 inch, Quad HD (2560 x 1440 pixels, 564 pixels per inch) Super LCD 5 with curved-edge Gorilla Glass
Platform: Android 6 with HTC Sense
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, Quad-core, 64-bit, up to 2.2Ghz
Memory: Total storage: 32GB or 64GB (available capacity varies4), RAM: 4GB, Expandable: microSD expansion supports additional memory cards up to 2TB with Flex Storage (optional cards not included)
Main Camera 12MP HTC UltraPixel 2 (1.55µm pixel size), Laser autofocus, BSI sensor, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), f/1.8 aperture, 26mm focal length, Dual tone LED flash, 4K video recording with Hi-Res Audio, Slow motion video recording at 720p, 120fps, Modes include Auto-HDR, Panorama, Pro mode with manual control and 12-bit RAW format support, Hyperlapse, Zoe capture, Video Pic, and continuous shooting up to 8fps
Front Camera 5MP (1.34µm pixel size), Autofocus, BSI sensor, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), f/1.8 aperture, 23mm focal length, Full HD 1080p video recording, Modes include Auto-HDR, Auto Selfie, Voice Selfie, and Live Make-Up
Sound: HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition , Dolby Audio 4, Personal Audio Profile, Hi-Res Audio certified, Hi-Res Audio earphones, Hi-Res Audio stereo recording, Three microphones with noise cancelation
2G/2.5G GSM/GPRS/EDGE: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz; 800/850/1800/1900 MHz (Japan)
3G UMTS Varies by region: 850/900/1900/2100 MHz; 850/AWS/900/2100 MHz (America)
CDMA 800/1900 with EvDO Rev. A (America)
4G LTE (up to 450Mbps): Varies by region: Asia/Europe: FDD B1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 12, 20, 28, 32; TDD B38, 40, 41; America: FDD B1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12, 13, 17, 20, 28, 29, 30; Japan: FDD: B1, 3, 5, 7, 13, 17, 19, 21, 26; TDD B38, 41; Support Cat 9 LTE: downloads up to 450Mbps, uploads up to 50Mbps
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My phone came with Android 7 already installed (bought from Digitalout in Italy 3rd sept 17) and ready to install latest security update from July.
Slightly curved edges give it a great aesthetic look, couple with the metal body and line inserts top and bottom give this phone a unique look albeit similar to Iphone and Samsung models.
One thing I dont like is the raised edge of the lens surround, it sits proud of the case and I think will lead to damage early on when laid on any surface. I've bought a Torro case, the leather is thick and it protects this lens so I am happy now, but the original design is flawed in this respect so Ive dropped a star for this.
Android 7 and Sense 6 and great partners and leave a lot of parameters that can be tweaked, more so than any previous releases. The phone I have hasnt suffered from pink screen so I think HTC may have solved that even though it went away after a few days use.
I'm not a great user of phones to listen to music, normally have a Bluetooth speaker somewhere, but the phones speakers are OK, even with boomsound they will never replicate a decent setup with such small speakers in a phone, dont be fooled into believing the hype. Can't tell you what the sound is like on headphones or buds as I use a hearing aid in one ear but presumable will be better. Headphone socket is at top of phone, normal place but somehow feels dated there, I've always like both charger and headphone at bottom of phone and when seperated like this makes the phone feel a bit clunky, not that I'll be using it that much anyway.
There is no Q/Wireless charging (it does have NFC) and since the backcover is solid, there will be no 3rd party add ons to allow this, not that I'm complaining, previous phone was LG G4 and many wireless chargers were picky about phone orientation before allowing the charge, (but since that phone bricked itself with the ever bootlooping fault and LG would not repair out of warranty, with this phone Ive not missed that)
The camera is surprisingly good considering its only 12Meg (ultrapixs) and the zoom level doesnt pixelate as much as I thought it would, the HDR mode is even better and there are the usual tricks, Panaoramic, Zoe camera (3 secs video picture used to compile Zoe snaps) if you go into pro mode, there are more options, slow mo, hyperlapse and even more settings for both video and picture taking. Video can be recorded in 4K but you need a decent sized MicroSD card pref an XC1 or better to record to. Im very impressed with the camera's features and the quality, both essential in a phone camera for me. Have not tried the Selfie modes different settings too much yet but they have good clarity and resolution so far. Low light I am yet to experience and there have been stories of overexposure unless in Pro mode, but now in Android 7 will have to see if thats still true. There are a number of after effects one can use on a picture from storage, contrast, brightness, cropping B/W etc, so its possible to cure this anomoly if still present.
The charger socket is USB C so is not compatible with USB micro or nano cables, meaning you will need to buy some extra for in car, work and other situations. USB C is reversible so the socket will last a bit longer and its a tight fit to begin with, only prolonged use will show any faults here.
The screen is edge curved so utilises the Corning Gorilla glass 3 tech and feels good for tactile feedback, the phone has a nice buzz/twang to it when touched, might annoy some people but I like it, this can be turned off in settings.
The volume button and power button are placed just right, so when taking landscape pics, they're not in the way or for portraits either. The power button has raised ridges so its easy to differentiate when just feeling for them. The battery is 3000mAh and at the moment really does last over 24hrs, even with a few phone calls and listening to some music, sending a few texts and about an hour on the internet. Went down to 28% the following morning which was impressive but phone is quite new so will have to see how this pans out in the next few months of use. I'm not a heavy user by any standards but compared with other phones I've had it does seem better.
All in all, I like this phone a lot, I had an HTC One M7 a few years ago, and I think HTC have got it right again with this latest incarnation, in fact this phone is everything the M8 should have been just a few years late, I'm just sorry the LG G4 I got in between has ended up such a disppointment, it was actually quite a good phone and would still be using it now if it hadn't bricked on me.
From the highly impressive camera to the great look and feel of the device, HTC have really outside themselves. I've had the phone for 6 months now and have never had an issue with it.
In fact, there's a comparison video with the Samsung Galaxy S8 and aside from having a less swanky screen, HTC 10 actually ran just as fast as it, showing that even a year before the S8, the 10 really did shine. Highly recommended!
Interface is smooth as butter as opposed to the UI of all the other non stock android phones out there.
Build quality is exceptional.
Battery life is really good and it charges quickly
Fingerprint scanner is quick and reliable.
Camera is Brilliant.
Display is clear and bright.
HTC knows how to create a good overall package.
Make sure you buy from Amazon (as supplier) directly to ensure you are getting an unlocked, sealed, brand new phone.
The 10 is an impressive phone no doubt about it
Key plus points for me are:
Much improved camera than last gen HTC's (the one m8 and one m9)
Ridiculously hi pixel count screen for hi-res viewing
Solid aluminium shell
can take micro sd's up to 2 terabyte
I'm upgrading from a one M8. I have to admit, the upgrade has made me realise how good the one M8 was because despite all the upgrades on the 10 it's not like I've been utterly blown away by this phone. And that's not to say the 10 isn't impressive because it is - this phone is incredibly well put together and hasn't put a foot wrong. I think we may be nearing the limit as to what people can realistically notice as an upgrade in terms of screen pixel density and general performance for everyday tasks on smartphones.
The screen pixel density is probably beyond my eyes to resolve at anything over 6 inches away so provides incredibly crisp and detailed images. Yes in bright sun you'll struggle a bit to see everything but you can still see enough.
The phone opens apps and runs games quickly and smoothly - it's just very responsive with next to no lag. The extra 0.2 inch in screen size over the one m8 does make a difference and gives the developers extra room for more soft keys on the included keyboard layouts.
Since switching it on the phone picked up my backups from my old phone and re-installed everything exactly as it was on my old phone. It took a little while (around 80-90 mins) but if you have less apps this will be quicker but when it was done I was able to pick up and carry on like I was using my old phone.
Battery life is reasonable. I know a lot of noise is made about the battery lasting 2 days but this won't happen if you're anything above moderate use. However, you can get a good deal of use out of a full charge in a day including a good bit of gaming and surfing. Quick charge is really good though and is significantly and noticeable faster at charging the phone. If it's at 40% charge half an hour on the included charger will bring it back up to 85-90%.
USD C is handy also as it fits both ways - just remember to buy a couple of spares for yourself so you can leave one at work and have one in the car also.
The camera is much better in terms of quality than the one m8 which I though was shockingly bad to be honest. This camera is light years ahead. Still a tiny bit sluggish to open but as long as the quality is improved over my last one I'm happy.
I use my phone a lot for music so was excited to get the high quality headphones and capability to run hi-definition audio files through the phone. The headphones are great but I've yet to get hold of a hi-res music file to see if I can hear the difference. My normal mp3's sound excellent though. The speakers are also good. I loved the boomsound of my old M8 but this is still a match for it to my ears. It's a phone so there's only so much you can do but what it does it does well.
I'm not a power user but I appreciate a phone that can handle everything I can throw at it without slowing down and this handles everything. I've had it for a couple of weeks now and have not had a legitimate gripe. Web surfing is quick and responsive and watching videos is also really decent as is listening to music. I always found Google maps a good indicator of the overall horsepower of the phone but you can pinch zoom in and out to your heart's content on this phone and it never misses a beat.
Overall there's a polish and sheen to the experience of using the phone in that there's no slowdown, it's very responsive and simply gets on with everything you ask of it.
Any questions drop me a comment and I'll try to get back to you.
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