The perfect trifecta has been completed in 2016, as the Galaxy S7 has been reviewed, the LG G5 also and now it’s time for the HTC 10 to get the same treatment. For now we’re unboxing it for you below. Launched in May and priced at $700, the device grows on you, with those shiny angular back edges.
It comes inside a dotted box and in it there’s a nifty set of headphones, really professional looking, plus a set of plugs for said headphones and a metal key used to access the card slots. There’s also a big charger, with the promise of fast charging and an USB Type C cable. The handset fits the palm perfectly, being optimal in the ergonomics department.
It measures 9 mm in thickness, weighs 161 grams and integrates a 5.2 inch Quad HD screen, as well as a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 4 GB of RAM. There’s 32 GB of storage in the mix, a microSD card slot and one of the standout points of the device is clearly the fact it has two cameras both with OIS. The back cam is a 12 MP Ultrapixel 2.0 unit, with laser focus and dual tone flash, while the front cam has a 5 MP resolution.
This model brings a 3000 mAh battery, front side fingerprint scanner and Android Marshmallow with the latest HTC Sense on top. Available in gray, gold or silver, the product will be reviewed by us very soon, but first impressions are positive. You can find its updated price tag here.