Everything you need to know about the new HTC 10’s UK price, availability and release date, including pre-order info and the best UK contract deals.
HTC has just pulled the wraps of its new flagship for 2016, the HTC 10. The simpler name actually echoes the broader approach the company has taken with this phone. The 10 packs a cleaner, simpler all metal design with fewer antenna breaks and a distinctive heavy chamfer line around its sides. It boasts a Quad HD Super LCD 5 display, the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, a 12-megapixel primary camera and the latest version of HTC Sense running atop Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Read our hands-on review to find out more.
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Carphone Warehouse was the first mobile retailer confirmed to be offering up the new HTC 10 to customers. It’s locked down launch exclusivity on the Topaz Gold colourway and will be offering the phone up (in all three colours) with a range carriers, including its own iD network, with pre-orders kicking off as of April 13th.
You’ll be able to grab the phone from £34 a month (on a 24-month plan) from Vodafone (with a £50 upfront cost) which includes unlimited minutes and texts, plus 2GB of 4G data and £50 auto-cashback. You can find out more about the HTC 10 from Carphone Warehouse here.
The HTC 10 will be available from Three complete with all of the network’s latest benefits, including 4G at no extra cost, Feel at Home across 18 countries and a six month free Deezer subscription for both new and existing customers.
Here’s how Three’s HTC 10 contract prices break down. £38 a month gives you 1GB of data, plus All You Can Eat (AYCE) minutes and texts. £44 gives you 4GB, while £47 boosts this to 8GB. £53 a month bumps this right up to 30GB and finally £57 a month gives you AYCE data.