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HTC 10 review
In a week when Apple showed its first signs of vulnerability in as long as anyone can remember, we thought it would be worth looking at another phone that has launched recently and caused a few ripples of its own.
The HTC 10 has been getting really good reviews from happy users and is certainly an option for those looking outside the big two of iPhone or Samsung although at a retail price of £570 it’s certainly not a budget version.
The handset is made with a metal frame and has been rigorously tested, these included drop tests, being subject to wide ranges of temperatures and various other test such as scratch, bend and corrosion.
The phone comes with 32 or 64 GB storage, a juicy 3,000 metal hydride battery, 4 GB of RAM, a 5.2 inch display, a 12 UltrPixel camera and operates on Android 6.0.1 and Sense V 7.
Not only does it have all that but it looks great – which if we’re honest a lot of people like – coming in black, silver or light gold.
Reports we’ve read all suggest the screen is really bright, clear and enhances colour making operation a joy especially whilst browsing, watching VT or playing games.
So if you’re looking for a serious alternative to the other big names around then it would appear that the new HTC is a bit of a hit. We have certainly seen a good number of people protecting theirs over the last few weeks.