I have to say that we love the HTC 10. Finally that splash-making factor that I personally haven’t felt since the HTC One M7′s release is back. Now, that’s not a knock against the M8 or M9. It’s just that the HTC 10, rebranding and all, makes those phones look more like lateral movements. The HTC 10 takes the sound engineering seen in their recent HTC One A9 even further. It homers on the multimedia front with a crisp display with an audio presentation that just may be the best in the mobile device market.
In the camera department, you have a rear main camera that is quite respectable in its performance. Improvements over all preceding HTC devices are obvious in the HTC 10, housing better overall low light and color capture. Shots are taken swiftly and are customizable with Pro Mode, allowing you to prepare for the perfect shot. Add in optical image stabilization to both the rear and now the front facing camera, and you have great photo-taking companion in the HTC 10.
In terms of usability, the HTC is powered by a Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 processor and 4GB of RAM, so you’re in for a smooth and snappy user experience that’s energy efficient. If you’re running apps that challenge that efficiency, the HTC 10 is ready to charge up to 50% of its battery capacity in a mere 30 minutes.
If you’re on the fence as to what phone to get in 2016, the HTC 10 and the Samsung S7 Edge may be the only devices in the same league right now, with the camera being your own deciding factor. It is a device that you should not skip over while performing your research. The HTC 10 is a solid flagship device that is simply a joy to use, fun to handle, and a pleasure to look at. Do look into the HTC 10 and experience the #powerof10 for yourself right here…
† HTC 10 review unit provided by HTC.