At the end of September HTC announced “Green is Good” deal allowing its customers to save up to $150 on the purchase of the HTC 10. That promo expired on October 9th. However, HTC have already prepared another one for all those who didn’t managed to take advantage of the previous discount. The new deal is available through October 16th and is of BOGO type. This means that if you buy the HTC’s latest flagship, you will get a bonus in a form of a HTC Desire 626, 626S, 530 or an HTC Re Camera.
We, customers, have one thing in common – we love savings, right? Knowing that HTC launched a special promo within which we can grab a brand new flagship smartphone, HTC 10, and save up to $150. However, if you want to take advantage of the Green is Good deal you need to act really fast as the discount is available this week only.
Pre-order the HTC 10 in Camellia Red or Topaz Gold and get $100 discount or a free JBL headphones worth $200
There’s definitely a good news to those bored with traditional black and white tandem in smartphones’ color options, as HTC expands the HTC 10 color lineup by more exotic alternatives. As of now you may pre-order two new color variants of the HTC’s recent flagship: Camellia Red and Topaz Gold and receive a $100 discount or a bonus in a form of a pair of JBL headphones worth $200.
Another week, another deal on HTC 10. Get a free JBL headphones if you buy HTC’s flagship before August 31st
HTC has just announced a new deal on its flagship smartphone. Starting today customers who buy the HTC 10 will be granted with a special bonus in a form of a pair of JBL headphones. But this is not the end of surprises, as along with the headphones HTC is also throwing in a special $100 credit on accessory. All you need to do to benefit from the promo is to buy the HTC 10 from the carrier’s website until the end of the month.
If you happen to look for a really lucrative deal for the HTC 10, then the latest BestBuy’s offer should draw your attention. Within its ‘Cyber Monday in July’ promo the big retailer is now selling the phone significantly discounted. This means that the HTC 10 may be yours for less than $50 if you have nothing against carrier’s commitment. Those who want to take advantage of the deal need to make a really quick purchase decision as the promotion expires today after midnight.
Don’t you just love these mid-summer, surprise promotions that appear out of nowhere and allow you to get your dream phone at a lower price? We certainly do, especially if it’s a flagship phone that gets discounted. Today on the menu is the HTC 10 which was released just two months ago and for a limited time was available at a more affordable price. Apparently, the manufacturer came to a conclusion that more users deserve a chance to buy the phone at more budget-friendly price so once again the HTC 10 got $100 cheaper as a part of HTC’s sale.
T-Mobile has just added three new phone offerings to its lineup: the HTC 10, Samsung Galaxy J7 and LG K10. Being the most tempting deal of the announced today offers the HTC’s latest flagship may now be yours for $0 upfront within one of the Un-carrier installment plans. In addition, those customers who will make a quick purchase decision and buy the HTC 10 before May 24th will be granted with a special bonus.
HTC 10 is now available for pre-order through Verizon, coming Unlocked next week, heading over to Sprint stores on May 13
Released two weeks ago the HTC 10 is now starting to launch around the globe reaching the States on May 5. Sprint and Verizon are the very first US carriers to add the HTC’s latest flagship to their lineup with the Big Red already putting the handset for pre-order. Both carriers will give you the choice of paying the phone off upright or sign up for an installment plan. What’s more, if you are a GSM network enthusiast, the HTC 10’s unlocked version is also expected to be within our reach next week.
Every time a manufacturer launches a new version of its flagship smartphone, thousands of users are facing a dilemma of whether to stick with an old model or upgrade to a new one. It’s not an easy decision for those users who don’t sleep on cash, since premium phones can cost a pretty penny and in some cases the differences are actually not worth spending so much money. Wondering if you should ditch your HTC One M9 and buy the new HTC 10? We will try to help you make the right decision.
Just as promised HTC officially unveiled today its next flagship phone. Although the phone’s naming lacks the “One” moniker the HTC 10 is the newest member of the company’s premium flagship line, including the One M7, One M8 and the last year’s One M9. Criticized by many for the negligence of camera parameters HTC equipped the 10 with a 12MP camera sensor featuring larger than normally resolution and next-gen auto-focus accompanied by the very first front-facing shooter incorporating OIS system.
Twenty-four hours ahead of its official premiere HTC 10 surfaces the net one more time exposed in a promotional video and images. All of those who seen the previous renders presenting the phone won’t learn anything new since the new pics stay pretty much in line with all those leaks and rumors we discussed on numerous occasion. The new promo materials disperse all the doubts concerning the HTC’s upcoming flagship’s look showing the phone’s from all possible angles.
We’ve already seen several major phone premieres for the 2016 and soon we’re going to witness another flagship debut. Putting an end to the endless rumors concerning its upcoming flagship HTC announces the release date of the HTC 10. The phone is scheduled to make its first public appearance on April 12th in New York, London and Taipei.
As expected, the closer to the HTC One M10 announcement, the more leaks and rumors come our way. Last week we found out that the phone may actually be called simply HTC 10 and in addition, courtesy of two reputable tipsters, we got to see the device from every angle. Today, HTC’s upcoming flagship surfaced again. This time round, the HTC One M10 / HTC 10 showed up in white, black, and gold color versions.
Unlike Samsung and LG that used the MWC show to introduce the LG G5 and Galaxy S7, HTC didn’t officially appear in Barcelona with its newest flagship. However, surprisingly enough, on the final day of the expo the Taiwanese mobile maker give us a new hint concerning the rumored HTC One M10. By publishing a mysterious image with a title that reads “Power of 10” HTC gives us a very first look at its latest flagship and simultaneously confirms that its premiere may happen pretty soon.
Most smartphone makers unveil their greatest phones during one of the annual events, such as CES, MWC in Barcelona or IFA in Berlin. It’s a win-win situation for the manufacturers and users. The companies, taking advantage of the fact that such shows are visited by thousands of people, can present their products to a large audience. Users, on the other hand, have a chance to see many awesome devices in one place. In the past, HTC was present at MWC many times, but not this year. It’s upcoming flagship, the One M10, is expected to go official on April 11th and its launch is scheduled for May 9th.
With the Mobile World Congress just around the corner, we are lavished with rumors and leaks concerning upcoming smartphone premieres. Although Samsung and LG have already confirmed to unveil their new flagships next month, we may not see the HTC One M10 at the expo. Packing plenty of high-end hardware the phone is said to represent a new completely redesigned approach to the HTC flagship line design.