HTC 10 Evaluate

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30 thoughts on “HTC 10 Evaluate

  1. Help.
    I'm really wanting to switch from iPhone to Android for the first time in about 3-4 years. I believe they have really matured into a great, Intuitive and helpful operating system. I am debating between the s7 and the HTC 10. I don't think I would like the software on the s7, but the HTC 10 doesn't offer as much as the s7, even though I think the software is what I want. What Y'all think I should get?

  2. I get through a full day being off the charger at 8am on the charger at 12 1am and I watch alot of YouTube videos heavy texting some web. email.. I'd say I'm a heavy use and this phone makes it just fine. I'm actually in love with my 10. coming from the note 4 I could never really love the note for some reason. you know when you really like a device to the point you stare at it almost as much as you use it. lmfao

  3. Adoptive memory and app duplication reduction are two hobby horses for me. HTC have addressed it, Samsung haven't. Prefer build materials on the 10 and love the ice view case. I prefer a hot ♨ sound ? to a great camera which I don't use a lot. Love my Jazz ? more.

  4. as a handyman I'm woundering. if i choose the white version, will the fingerpring sensor collect allot of dirt. and look dirty after a while?

  5. Actually think HTC have decided to do things differently like teaming up with Google to get rid of duplicate Apps, adaptive memory so you can put apps on your SD Card. Try that with your S7, you'll void your warranty. Prefer great sound over a great camera. The 10 camera will surpass my needs. Love that case.

  6. for the sake of Audio and Build quality and the software with less bloat than sammy and leggie..I'm buyin the htc 10 over the s7 and G5..

  7. If you can filter out the whole HTC's comeback story narrative in every review, what you'll gather from the mixed results is that it's another player in the high end playground. HTC's only work left is marketing and to slowly change perception.

    I really liked this review overall.

  8. Any thoughts on this phone vs. the Nexus 6P? I'm in the market for a new phone and really want a stock or close-to-it Android experience, so the Samsung doesn't really appeal to me

  9. I've heard the battery is better then the s7.

    I'd much prefer one of these to an S7 in any case, to me the S7 design feels cheap definitely not on the same level as the 10

  10. I wish htc priced it more competitively. I just can't see the average buyer picking this over a Galaxy which is a shame.

  11. Excellent review, Engadget! After seeing fucked up reviews from those jerks at The Verge and CNET, I was pleasantly surprised by this great review from a similar caliber tech source.

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