Published on August 20 2016

Everything you need to know about the HTC 10

HTC’s flagship smartphone has been available for a few months now. The latest top-of-the-line model dropped the well-known “One M” naming structure for a simpler moniker — the HTC 10.

Once king in the Android smartphone wars, HTC has fallen hard and fast. Nigel Newby-House, the company’s very own executive director of North America strategy and planning, harped on the HTC One M8’s glory days, and how the company’s last flagship — the One M9 — “didn’t quite get that balance right.” And while critics have praised the HTC 10 — we gave it a solid 8 out of 10 — the smartphone isn’t doing so hot. AT&T said it wasn’t selling it from the start, and T-Mobile stopped selling the HTC 10 just 2 months after it released.

Now to rejuvenate sales, two new colors have been announced for the smartphone. Here’s everything you need to know.

Release date and price

To bring more interest in choosing the HTC 10, the company announced two new colors coming in October — Camellia Red and Topaz Gold. The colors are exclusive toHTC.com, but you can pre-order them now. You may want to act quickly, though, as the red and gold options are only available in limited quantities.

Everything you need to know about the HTC 10
Everything you need to know about the HTC 10

HTC has two offers for its latest flagship. You can either grab $100 off the device, bringing it down to $600, or you can opt for JBL’s noise-cancelling headphones, the JBL Reflect Aware C. The headphones retail for $200.

Buying from HTC means you get “Uh-Oh Protection” — the manufacturer will replace your device once at no charge for a cracked screen or water damage within the first 12 months of ownership. But remember, the unlocked version is only compatible with T-Mobile and AT&T networks. If you want to stick to your carrier, the 10 is available on Verizon and Sprint:

  • T-Mobile pulled the smartphone from its shelves in July.
  • Verizon is selling the HTC 10 for $27 a month for 24 months. The phone costs $648 if you buy the 32GB version outright. You can grab the 10 on Verizon’s website now.
  • Sprint has an installment plan of $26 a month for 24 months. Or you can buy the device at full price for $624. You can read about it here.
  • AT&T said from the start that it will not be selling the HTC 10. “AT&T won’t be selling HTC 10 directly, so we encourage AT&T customers to purchase the open-channel device directly from HTC.com,” the carrier said.
Processor and specs
Everything you need to know about the HTC 10

On paper, the HTC 10’s internals seems to match other flagship devices like Samsung’s Galaxy S7 Edge and the LG G5. The 10 has a Quad HD resolution of 2,560 × 1,440 pixels and a pixel density of 564 ppi (pixels per inch), and all of that is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, an Adreno 530 GPU, and 4GB of RAM. There will be two variants of the HTC 10, but the only difference will be the processor. The U.S. version will have the Snapdragon 820, and the other variant will feature another Snapdragon processor.

You can choose between 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, but the 10 offers MicroSD support to expand up to 2TB of Flex storage. Flex, or adoptable storage, lets you use external storage as your internal one. It’s an Android Marshmallow feature that HTC has incorporated into the 10.

Like the other high-end devices on the market, HTC’s 10 also includes support for Quick Charge 3.0, which supplements a large 3,000mAh battery. Quick Charge 3.0 should reportedly get you to 50 percent in 30 minutes.

HTC decided to follow in the footsteps of Google and LG by adopting the USB Type-C charging port, which allows for higher-power output, bidirectional charging, and a reversible connector.

A familiar look

While the full-metal 10 has a display size of 5.2-inches — 0.2 more than the recent HTC One A9 — it still maintains the same frame size, so you’re getting more screen real estate in the same body. The phone also curves up when it lies flat on a desk, so it’s thinnest point is 3mm, but overall, it’s 9mm thick. That’s 1.8mm thicker than the iPhone 6S Plus.

But what’s likely the most visible design change is the lack of front-facing speakers and the chamfered edges on the back and front of the HTC 10. The back design, which sports a solid aluminum matte finish, also boasts a thick chamfered border around the frame, offering an extra edge to grip when handling the phone. The same design translates to the front of the phone, though the chamfered edges are much thinner.

Everything you need to know about the HTC 10
Everything you need to know about the HTC 10
Everything you need to know about the HTC 10
Everything you need to know about the HTC 10

The full-glass front gets rid of the metal frame that was a recognizable trait on previous HTC devices, and unlike the One M9, the 10 opts for a dedicated home button like the A9. There are capacitive navigation buttons on both sides of it, which are hidden until you press them.

You’ll find the 3.5mm headphone jack at the top-center of the phone, and the same fingerprint sensor as the One A9 on the front. HTC claims it takes a mere 0.2 seconds to unlock the device.

BoomSound exists, but goodbye front-facing speakers

The Super LCD 5 screen lacks the two front-facing speakers that made HTC’s devices unique — but that doesn’t mean BoomSound is gone. HTC says its “re-engineered” BoomSound Hi-Fi edition speakers separate the woofer and the tweeter, sending the sound output of the former through the bottom speakers, and the latter through the top speakers.

That means you’ll be hearing higher notes coming out of the top, and the mid-to-lower notes coming out of the bottom speaker. The headphone amp offers the ability to upscale 16-bit to 23-bit audio, and each speaker has its own dedicated amp as well.

HTC’s offering a Personal Audio Profile that essentially lets you personalize the sound you hear from the 10 to your own tastes. You can choose between five different frequencies, sort of like a hearing test, to best optimize the sound output.

Camera

HTC touts the 10’s cameras as “world class.” Probably the one feature that makes it immediately distinctive from the competition is that optical-image stabilization is not just on the rear camera, but also on the front-facing one.

The Taiwanese company is also highlighting its improved Ultrapixel 2 camera tech, which essentially increases the size of its individual pixels to allow each one to absorb more light. The larger pixel size can be particularly helpful for low-light scenarios. The 12-megapixel rear camera is equipped with Ultrapixel 2 tech, which increases the pixel size to 1.55μm. The camera also boasts laser autofocus, an f/1.8 aperture, dual LED flash, RAW format support, and 4K video recording with hi-res audio.

Everything you need to know about the HTC 10

You can also shoot videos in slow motion at 720p and 120 frames per second.

The front-facing camera lets you record videos at 1080p. It’s got a 5-megapixel sensor and 1.34μm pixel size. Like the rear camera, it features OIS and a f/1.8 aperture.

DxOMark, a software company that measures the quality of cameras, gave the HTC 10 a score of 88 — putting it side-by-side with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. It’s currently the highest score for mobile devices.

UI, other features, and accessories

HTC has partnered with Google to reduce the amount of preloaded apps and bloatware on the 10 — so now you won’t be stuck with two apps that do the same thing. HTC’s Sense UI is still layered over Android, but it now looks even closer to stock. In a surprise move, the HTC 10 also supports Apple’s AirPlay out of the box, making it the first Android phone to do so.

The 10’s themes app now has what HTC calls a “Freestyle Layout,” which allows you to drag icons and widgets anywhere, as it’s not dictated by an onscreen grid. You can also completely get rid of icons and replace them with “stickers” from HTC Themes. You can peruse thousands of themes in the app. It essentially allows you to further customize your home screen based on your own style.

HTC is also offering a successor to its popular “Dot View” case — the Ice View. It offers a translucent front-cover that lets you “see when that next call or message comes in” and more without having to open the smartphone’s case. It’s different from Dot View as it doesn’t use the pixel-style layout.

In addition, and more pertinent to the customer, the HTC 10 features IP53 certification,confirmed by HTC Senior Global Communications Manager Jeff Gordon on Twitter. The IP53 rating means that the HTC 10 isn’t entirely safe from dust and can’t take anything more than a light stream of water. In other words, the HTC 10 is protected from the elements, but not as much as competing handsets, such as the Samsung Galaxy S7and its larger, edgier sibling.

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Each week, an array of exciting new Samsung rumors surfaces. Even if speculation about future component upgrades or rumors about devices that may or may not actually materialize don’t normally hold your attention, it’s hard not to be curious about what one of the biggest tech companies in the world is planning for its next phones, wearable devices, and apps. Read on for this week’s most interesting reports about Samsung’s plans and future products, from what’s going on with its upcoming smartphones to the technology that could power all sorts of new devices in the future.

1. You probably won’t be able to get the Galaxy Note 7 with 6GB of RAM

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Chris Mills reports for BGR that it looks like Samsung actually isn’t going to produce the high-performance Galaxy Note 7 model that the internet was briefly salivating over. The 6GB version had been spotted in the regulatory documentation that Samsung filed with the Chinese government, but everyone later realized that a version with 6GB of RAM would have an extremely high price tag (rumored to be around $900). And Samsung gave a statement saying that “the decision to launch a 6GB/128GB version variant of the Galaxy Note 7 is under review. For now, the only variant of the Galaxy Note 7 that will be available is the 4GB/64GB variant announced on August 2.”

Mills notes that increasing the device’s specifications would make it more competitive in China, “where buying decisions are often made by comparing phones on paper.” He adds, “Just like the megapixel wars of yore, high-end Android phones are stuck in a RAM battle right now. With most handsets using the same (or extremely similar) processor, it’s all that’s really left to determine which phone is the ‘fastest.'” But even if the 6GB model is released in China, it’s unlikely to make its way to North America.

2. The Gear S3 is about to make its debut

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SamMobile reports that Samsung has confirmed a Gear S3 launch event on August 31 at IFA 2016 in Berlin. Past rumors have indicated that the next-generation version of Samsung’s smartwatch will feature a round face and a rotary bezel like its predecessor, the Gear S2. While Samsung confirmed that it will launch the Gear S3 in August, it hasn’t yet said much about what fans can expect the new device to offer. The company is expected, nonetheless, to launch three variants of the Gear S3, called the Gear S3 Classic, the Gear S3 Frontier, and the Gear S3 Explorer. They will reportedly integrate features like GPS, speedometers, barometers, and altimeters, which will appeal to people who want a smartwatch that’s well-equipped to track their workouts and other activity.

3. Samsung’s factories may not be as safe as we’d all like to imagine

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Youkyung Lee reports for the Associated Press that numerous Samsung workers have been sickened by deadly chemicals in the company’s factories. An AP investigation found that “South Korean authorities let Samsung withhold from sick workers and their families crucial information about the chemicals they are exposed to at its computer chip and display factories.” The investigation revealed that a worker safety group has documented more than 200 cases of illnesses like leukemia, lupus, lymphoma, and multiple sclerosis among former Samsung employees.

76 have died, most in their twenties and thirties, and life isn’t easy for the workers who have developed illnesses associated with their occupation and survived. Lee notes that “it is extremely difficult for workers to get compensation for occupational diseases from the South Korean government, and without details on their exposure to toxins in their workplaces it is almost impossible.”

4. Edge displays may become the norm in Samsung’s smartphone lineup

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Chris Smith reports for BGR that Samsung is reportedly considering eliminating flat smartphones from its future model lineups, and the Galaxy S8 could be on the list of devices that may not get a flat version. Smith notes that the recently introduced Galaxy Note 7 comes only with a curved display, and isn’t offered in both the flat and curved model that consumers could choose between when shopping for a Galaxy S7. He points out, “the new Note does not have the word ‘edge’ included in its official product name, suggesting that edge displays may become the norm in Samsung’s future smartphone design.”

In an interview with a Korean publication, Samsung’s mobile business chief Koh Dong-jin explained that “Samsung has considered that it would make the edge display as the identity of the Galaxy S smartphone lineup if the company can provide consumers differentiated user experience through software and user-friendly functions (for the curved screen).” It’s possible that Samsung is testing the idea of abandoning the flat screen with this year’s Galaxy Note 7, and could again avoid a flat-screen model with the Galaxy S8, which is expected to arrive in early 2017.

5. Samsung is experimenting with tech that could power a self-driving car or a gesture-recognizing remote

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Stephen Shankland reports for CNET that Samsung is experimenting with IBM’s TrueNorth chips, and has used the brain-like technology to create a “digital eye.” The TrueNorth chip is comprised of 4,096 computing cores that form around a million digital brain cells and 256 million data connections, and together act like the brain’s neurons to send short messages to one another to process data. Samsung has adapted the technology into its Dynamic Vision Sensor to process video imagery very differently than a traditional digital camera.

The company has created a camera that Shankland explains “can keep track of what’s going on at a remarkable 2,000 frames of video per second,” which far outpaces more typical digital cameras, which “typically max out at 120fps. The higher speed is useful for creating 3D maps, safety features on self-driving cars and new forms of remote controls that recognize gestures.” Samsung demonstrated that the chip can recognize hand gestures that would enable you to control your TV with hand waves, finger waves, closed fists, and finger pinches from 10 feet away.

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The Galaxy Note 7 has a big problem, and it might also affect the iPhone 7

The Galaxy Note 7 is the talk of the town right now, which makes sense since it's the hottest Samsung phone ever made. But no phone is perfect and the Galaxy Note 7 may have one issue you need to be aware of right now. In fact, if you plan to buy the iPhone 7 come September, this is certainly something you'll need to remember because it might impact Apple's new phones as well.

The Galaxy Note 7’s Gorilla Glass 5 screen should withstand accidental drops better than its predecessors. It should also prevent bending accidents. But, for some reason, the screen is apparently much more vulnerable to scratches than you’d expect. That means you’ll need to use a screen protector on the Galaxy Note 7 to make sure that you don’t scratch it while it’s in your pocket.

YouTube channel JerryRigEverything, which performs the same stress tests on every newly released smartphone, put the Galaxy Note 7 through its standard durability tests. They found the Galaxy Note 7 to be a lot more susceptible to scratching than the Galaxy S7 models, which is certainly surprising considering that Gorilla Glass 5 is Corning’s latest product.

The iPhone 7 is also expected to feature Gorilla Glass 5, although that’s a feature yet to be confirmed.

Apple last year said the iPhone 6s has the strongest mobile glass available, suggesting that it used Gorilla Glass 4. Now that the next-gen Corning glass is available, many people expect it to be used on the new 2016 iPhones.

The Galaxy Note 7 did remarkably well in the rest of the YouTuber's durability tests. So, as long as you make sure you’ve got a screen protector on, your new Note should be fine.

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Apple’s plan to keep iPhone 7 margins high may have just imploded

Apple's efforts to secure lower component pricing from iPhone suppliers has been met with strong resistance, according to a new report from Digitimes. The report claims that Apple in recent weeks sought to convince component manufacturers to reduce their quotes for iPhone parts by 20%. Apple has historically been able to wield quite a bit of power when it comes to securing favorable contract terms, but with iPhone sales currently on the decline, Apple has clearly lost a bit of its negotiating power.

Generally, Apple is able to get some of the best deals on components because suppliers can make up the difference on volume and Apple is famously willing to pay up-front for parts. But with orders for iPhone components set to decline 30% year over year, it's easy to see why some suppliers were quick to balk at Apple's demands.

Notably, Apple's demand for more favorable pricing did not include chip manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) or Largan Precision as Apple can't readily find adequate replacements for companies that offer "foundry services or high-end camera modules, respectively."

The report reads in part:

Major downstream suppliers, notably Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE) and associated companies under the Foxconn Group, have replied Apple that they could not be able to accept orders without reasonable profits at this time.

Apple is leveraging the rising handset supply chain in China to force Taiwan-based companies to reduce their quotes comparable to those offered by China-based suppliers. But it makes no sense for such a requirment since the quality of products rolled out by Taiwan- and China-based suppliers is standing at different levels.

With Apple and component suppliers at a seeming standstill, it'll be interesting to see how margins on the iPhone 7 are affected. Historically, and in large part due to Tim Cook's operational wizardry, Apple has for years managed to secure favorable pricing deals from component manufacturers. Even during the Steve Jobs era, Cook -- who at the time served as the head of Apple's worldwide operations group -- was highly regarded for getting Apple the absolute best deals on components.

Now as to why Apple suddenly demanded a 20% discount, it all boils down to keeping the company's revenue stream healthy. With iPhone sales growth currently on the decline, Apple is simply trying to squeeze more of a profit out of each iPhone sold. Another theory we've seen suggests that because the components that make up the iPhone 7 may be more expensive than what Apple used on the iPhone 6s, Apple is simply trying to make up the difference in order to protect its precious margins.

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HTC is now accepting preorders of both the red and gold variants of the HTC 10 in the U.S. There are limited quantities of both colors available, and the company is still offering $100 off the phone or you can get the free JBL headphones while supplies last. Aside from the colors, nothing is different here. You can pick up an unlocked version, or one on the carrier of your choice.

HTC is now selling the gold and red HTC 10 in the U.S.

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Pre-orders kick off at HTC.com are available now on the site. The current offer of $100 off HTC 10 purchased at HTC.com is applicable to the new colors which also include UH-OH Protection, a free service that comes with the purchase of HTC 10 from HTC.com. HTC will replace the HTC 10 for free for accidental screen cracks or water damage during the first 12 months of owning.

Orders for both of the colors are expected to begin shipping in October. Will you be picking up the Camellia Red or Topaz Gold HTC 10 for yourself? If so, which color will you end up with? Let us know in the comments

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