HTC 10, the 2016 Flagship offering from HTC was selling for $499 in the US recently. That deal included free Jabra Move Wireless Headphones (usually sold for $60) and lasted until December 20. In case, you couldn’t grab it then, we have a reason to cheer you up.
The smartphone has received a price cut, which is as good as any deal you would have seen. Now, you can buy the HTC 10 outright for $200 less than the actual selling price.
This offer will last until December 27, so you have little time to make up your mind. Sadly, no freebies are included in this offer, but still a great deal anyways. Apart from the unlocked variant, the deal also applies to the HTC 10 smartphone from T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint models. If you are a fan of Red or Gold color variant, you will have to go buy the unlocked device, as carriers don’t stock these.
For those who don’t know, HTC 10 was launched in April this year with an all-metal unibody design. The internals of the smartphone comprises of 5.2-inch QHD Super LCD5 capacitive display powered by Qualcomm MSM8996 quad-core Snapdragon 820 chipset with 4 Gigs of RAM. You have the choice of two internal storage variants of 32 and 64 Gigs. Camera department of the HTC 10 comprises of 12 MP rear shooter with OIS, laser autofocus, and dual tone dual-led flash, along with 5 MP front shooter with OIS and autofocus.
Being a flagship offering, HTC 10 has all the required sensors along with fingerprint scanner embedded into the home button. The highlighting feature of the smartphone is its design. It looks great and feels good in the hand due to the compact size and round back.
Overall, HTC put a great smartphone in HTC 10, and it can be yours at $200 less if you act fast.