The Taiwanese company officially unveiled their 2016 flagship, the HTC 10, on April 12 though it is yet nowhere to be seen in stores across the world. However, Sprint just announced that they will start selling the chamfered metal Android flagship from May 13. Customers can get their hands on the smartphone for $26/month for two years with $0 down payment. You will be able to order your unit from Sprint’s website, via phone line and from its numerous retail outlets across the States.
That’s not all folks, apparently Sprint’s subscribers will be getting the LTE plus network which comes with a support of carrier aggregation and provides faster data speeds. In addition to that, the ones who will be switching to Sprint from any other carrier will get a special offer of ‘50% off‘ of their current rate plan. Sprint is also willing to cover the switching fees up to $650 per line. Even then if you feel unsatisfied with the carrier’s service, you can return the smartphone and get a refund for the flagship’s cost and service charges within 30 days of purchase.
The HTC 10 features a 5.15 inch large display with 1440 X 2560 pixels QHD resolution. It proves to be a perfect smartphone for multitasking and gaming as it features 4GB RAM and powerful Snapdragon 820 Processor which is world’s fastest mobile processor yet. HTC 10 will come standard with all-metal unibody design along with always-on display introduced with Galaxy S7 series and LG G5. HTC 10 will be powered by HTC Sense 8 UI running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. As far as network and connectivity are concerned, it has Single SIM with 2G, 3G, and 4G LTE networks support. Moving on to the camera department, we have a 12MP sensor with large pixels (1.55µm), a bright f/1.8 aperture and OIS. The camera can shoot 12-bit RAW, 4K 2160p videos and Hi-Res audio. Moving on to the selfie shooter, HTC 10 comes with a 5MP sensor (1.34µm pixels) and f/1.8 aperture with Optical Images Stabilization which gives best selfie capturing experience ever with sharp and bright images. In addition to that, a 3000 mAh in-built battery acts as a power source.
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