Now that HTC's event is over which happened earlier this week, the HTC 10 is official and the wait begins for HTC's 2016 flagship to launch. The device may not be available in stores just yet and you can't technically place an order online and have it shipped out immediately, but the HTC 10 can be pre-ordered for those that are wanting to lock in their purchase right away while they wait for it to become truly available. The question for those that are still looking to upgrade phones is what device to grab. With competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge as well as the LG G5 on offer, will you be buying an HTC 10?
HTC's flagship has much of the specifications and hardware that were thought to be packed inside, like the 5.2-inch Quad HD Super-LCD 5 display. It's also carrying a 12MP Ultrapixel rear camera with OIS and dual-LED flash as well as laser auto-focus, and a front-facing camera at 5MP also with OIS. It's powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor with an Adreno 530 GPU f0r the graphics processing, and it has 4GB of RM on board and sports options for either 32GB or 64GB of storage space, but if that isn't enough it also has expandable storage through the microSD card slot and will support up to a 200GB microSD card. It has high-res audio for those that appreciate good quality sound, and it will come running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box just like the HTC One A9 that was launched last Fall, but will also have the brand-new Sense 8.0 UI. With all of the hardware updates and a refined design, will you be buying the HTC 10?