UltraPixel 2.0 versus Galaxy S7, Xperia Z5, Nexus 6P, iPhone 6S Plus
HTC’s tenth-generation flagship smartphone, the HTC 10, just released to early reviewers for hardware testing and is now available for pre-order. Meanwhile, with the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge just now arriving in consumers’ hands, it is prime time for comparing and analyzing top-performing smartphone camera hardware, including devices like the Nexus 6P, iPhone 6S / 6S Plus and Sony Xperia Z5. Several new HTC 10 camera reviews from around the web aim to compare shots among these devices with HTC’s new smartphone lens hardware for 2016.
For those who can’t afford a perfect 10
HTC is set to offer its cut down version of the HTC 10 in parts of the world which can’t afford the full deal.
It is all about the design
HTC has officially unveiled the successor of the HTC One lineup, the new HTC 10 flagship smartphone with 5.2-inch screen, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 SoC, 12MP UltraPixel camera and new BoomSound speakers.
The Oculus Rift is suffering from production delays due to a glitch in the manufacturing process.
Expect notable front-facing camera improvement
On Tuesday, HTC sent out email invitations for the unveiling of its next flagship smartphone, the HTC 10, with the event scheduled for the second week of April. The invitation suggests that the company could be poised to give its flagship device a solid upgrade to the front-facing photography experience its customers have come to expect since the HTC One series first launched in 2012.
3000 mAh battery
One of the most prominent phone information leakers, @evleaks has shared more details about the upcoming HTC 10.
HTC has scored a deal to exclusively manufacture Nexus devices for the next three years.
Coming in the next few weeks
HTC 10 might be the final name for the phone that we used to call HTC One or HTC One M10. There were a lot of leaks about this flagship phone including many pictures and renders appearing on line.
Shipping in May 2016
Steam store has a €899 starter offer for Vive glasses with an additional €61.20 shipping and tax.
Just 10 minutes of pre-orders
HTC claims it sold 15,000 Vive VR headsets in the 10 minutes after they went on sale.