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HTC 10 Reviews (85%)

HTC 10 Reviews (85%) 1
85% Aggregate Rating From Professional Review Outlets.

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By TechRadar on 90

HTC has put all the right bits in here, but I felt the same way with the One M9. However, the brand seems to have addressed the foibles and it’s easy to get genuinely excited by the HTC 10.

By techau.com.au on 88

There’s a lot to like about the HTC 10, the slightly larger display in a similar form factor, the dual OIS in the cameras and the cheaper flagship price than competitors. Despite that its really hard to recommend the HTC 10. Just like phones from Sony,…

By hitechcentury.com on 77

Design and build qualityHTC has been in the smartphone game for aeons with a mixed array of hits and misses over the years though they’ve been placing most of their recent efforts towards virtual reality in the form of their HTC Vive VR headset….

By thestar.com.my on 80

As mentioned at the ­beginning of the review, the HTC 10 is a winner for the Taiwanese company – it’s a well made device with good ­specifications to match.It’s especially good in the audio department. If you like music, the HTC 10 is great, especially…

By klgadgetguy.com on 87

The HTC 10 is the best smartphone that I’ve seen from HTC since the One M7, from hardware design to user experience, the phone has got almost everything covered which I’ve expected it to be a decent flagship. However, there’s just one bad thing about it…

By hardwarezone.com.sg on 80

The HTC 10 uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC with up to 2.2GHz clock speed. With Qualcomm’s flagship tier processor on the device, this puts the HTC 10 on par with the likes of the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. HTC also packs 4GB RAM into the HTC…

By TheStraitsTimes on 80

Overall, the HTC 10 is a solid phone, but doesn’t have any strong selling points other than its audio finesse and build…

By mymobileindia.com on 80

At Rs 52,990, it not only has to contend with the formidable Samsung Galaxy S7 which comes with a much more eye-catching design (thanks to that curved glass back and front), is water resistant and has arguably the best camera we have seen on an Android…

By firstpost.com on 80

HTC has always been known as the brand that makes good looking smartphones. It hasn’t really made a smartphone that is not only good looking but also delivers an excellent performance package. The HTC 10 comes really close to that ambition. It maintains…

By hardwarezone.com.my on 85

The HTC 10, then, is a massive step up for HTC, just like the step from One to 10 is a big one in numerical terms. Previous iterations of the One flagships saw a number of factors that were a bit lacking, and the HTC 10 has seemingly solved all of…

By amanz.my on 88

HTC 10 hadir di pasaran Malaysia sedikit lewat dari pesaingnya. Pasaran peranti utama sekarang sudah dipenuhi pelbagai peranti yang baik seperti Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge dan Huawei P9. Kelebihan utama HTC 10 berbanding dua peranti ini ialah rekaan yang…

By PhotographyBLOG on 80

HTC has once again produced a phone with a lot to like about the camera. The HTC 10 is not something that is going to replace a main camera any time soon, but if you’re looking for a mobile phone which is good for photographers, then it’s a solid…

By Gadgets360 on 80

The HTC 10 gets a proper flagship price of Rs. 52,990 which puts it right up there with the Samsung Galaxy S7 (Review) and the LG G5 (Review). With such a high price, it’s not unreasonable to expect perfection and the HTC 10 does deliver that on some…

By Brighthand on 84

Of all the 2016 flagships, the HTC 10 takes the biggest step forward from its 2015 predecessor. To be fair, it had a lot of room there, given how stunted the line had become in recent years. Given that the competition stepped up its game this year,…

By liveatpc.com on 94

Exclusive Review: The HTC 10Being an Android user is never an easy task, especially when you are surrounded by sheep using the latest product from the famous fruit. I for one have a sweet tooth so it’s only natural to lean towards Android and its…

By ePHOTOzine on 80

The HTC 10 has a lot of excellent features, including a camera with a variety of appealing specifications. It performs at its best in well-lit conditions, but this is not particularly unusual for smartphones. If you’re an enthusiastic photographer who…

By goodhousekeeping.com on 88

HTC has remained pretty consistent with its flagship smartphones. The new 10 adds some large chamfers to the iconic aluminum back and sides HTC is known for, making it more comfortable to hold. The display looks fantastic at 5.2″: It’s packed with…

By Digit on 81

The HTC 10 is the best flagship that HTC has created in a long time. It’s on par, and sometimes even better than its competitors, but that may not be enough. The battery life isn’t great, and though the camera is good, it’s not always dependable. It’s…

By Digital Photography Review on 85

Thanks to very well-balanced noise reduction across the ISO range the HTC 10 produces very good image detail, falling just shy of the very best current smartphones. Panorama and HDR modes lack behind the best but on the upside the HTC offers full manual…

By igyaan.in on 86

The HTC 10 stands in a time frame much after the competition had already proven to be flagship defining . The HTC 10, however, redeems the top spot by simply undoing everything HTC did wrong and re-doing everything they did right. The HTC 10 ticks all…

By 91mobiles.com on 80

There’s no denying the fact that HTC’s latest flagship is a solid all-rounder and a winning effort by the brand. In terms of both specs and pricing, it goes head to head with two able contenders, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the LG G5 (first impressions)….

By CoolSmartphone on 88

I write this shortly after reviewing the Huawei P9 and, I have to say, the first thing I noticed is how much heavier the HTC 10 is. The P9 is 144g and the HTC 10 is 161g. It might not sound much, but boy – I noticed it when I took it out of the box….

By gizbot.com on 70

There is no denying that the HTC 10 is a stunner in terms of design, and seems quite impressive with high-end specifications and features. But, we feel that a price of Rs 52,990 can hamper its sales in India. Considering that the competition is…

By Know Your Mobile on 90

HTC’s financials are, well, terrible. The company’s revenues during Q1 2016 plummeted 64% year on year which is obviously very bad for business, investor relations and the overall viability of the business going forwards. Questions will be asked….

By NotebookCheck on 89

HTC has developed an excellent piece of technology with its new top smartphone, which many would not have expected from the manufacturer. The smartphone shines with its superb display, decent camera, awesome interface configuration and great audio…

By reviewed.com on 92

As good as the HTC 10 is, there’s a problem: The Samsung Galaxy S7 is just a better-performing, better-looking phone. For roughly the same price, the S7’s got a better screen, better battery life, and a camera that shoots faster and more reliably than…

By Good Gear Guide on 80

A great camera, 24-bit audio, decent interface and Vive VR partnership are all…

By digitalspy.co.uk on 90

© Digital SpyThe HTC 10 is a brilliant device, and one well worth buying. It’s not quite the perfect 10 though. Had Samsung, with the Galaxy S7, not recently raised the bar for all smartphones to such lofty levels, we’d be crowning this as the best…

By GSMArena on 88

The HTC 10 is a hit. It took the best parts of its predecessors and refined them into a single package that will have the other competitors sweating.The HTC 10 is a compelling device with lots of processing power, beautifully designed and sturdy…

By Neowin on 85

The main drawback to the HTC 10 is the camera, I’m sad to say. Yes, you can mess around with manual controls to get it straight, but you shouldn’t have to, and many smartphone photographers don’t know what it means to change exposure, ISO, and so on.The…

By techadvisor.co.uk on 80

There’s a lot to like with the new HTC 10 including a number of hardware upgrades across screen, camera and audio, plus a Nexus-like stock Android experience. However, we’re not totally sold on the design and it’s tough at the top these days. While the…

By phandroid.com on 96

The HTC 10 is a solid, all-around good phone. In a day and age where every phone has some kind of shiny gimmick, the 10 might seem a little boring. But that doesn’t have to be a bad thing. All that glitters is not gold. The HTC 10 is one of the most…

By CyberShark on 80

My very first smartphone was a HTC. Well, it was built by HTC. It was a second hand i-Mate JAMin, a comparatively chunky Windows-powered pocket PC that predated the original iPhone. If you wanted a smartphone back then, there was a good chance that HTC…

By techguide.com.au on 80

The HTC 10 is an impressive smartphone that will fuel the company’s comeback thanks to its high quality and numerous distinguishing features. The device has addressed the customer’s needs and preferences and offers an enjoyable experience whether…

By Ausdroid on 90

It’s been a long road for HTC and I’ve been a fan of HTC for a long time. I’ve owned a few phones of theirs and loved their accessories like the RE camera and am excited for the yet to be released here set of gear in their Health Box. That said HTC have…

By theguardian.com on 100

The HTC 10 is an excellent top-end smartphone. It feels snappy, bloat free and optimised. The cameras are great, the battery life is above average and the screen is good.It isn’t an exciting phone. Compared to the likes of the curved edged Samsung…

By PC Advisor on 80

There’s a lot to like with the new HTC 10 including a number of hardware upgrades across screen, camera and audio, plus a Nexus-like stock Android experience. However, we’re not totally sold on the design and it’s tough at the top these days. While the…

By Engadget on 88

Simply put, this is the best phone HTC has made in years. It’s fantastic, though not exactly perfect. While its build quality is tremendous and there’s plenty of horsepower under the hood, HTC still isn’tquiteas good as Samsung at cameras, while the…

By The Inquirer on 80

The HTC 10 certainly puts in a star turn with its hi-fi audio, but it doesn’t do enough to raise its head above the…

By Phone Arena on 90

How did we get here? When did flashy gimmicks become more important in driving sales than a solid foundation? Why did removable batteries, modules, and questionable ‘innovations’ like edge screens become a more compelling reason to buy one phone over…

By Pocket-lint on 90

The HTC 10 is the most compelling smartphone from HTC in the past few years. This new handset wipes out the spectre of the HTC One M9, presenting a device with serious hardware and build, and finally a camera that gives you good consistent results…

By cnet on 80

Get the HTC 10 if you want a phone that delivers great audio. For all your other needs, look elsewhere.

By V3.co.uk on 80

The HTC 10 certainly puts in a star turn with its hi-fi audio, but it doesn’t do enough to raise its head above the…

By Gadget Guy Australia on 90

Even without a price tag, it’s pretty clear that the HTC 10 is HTC’s best phone yet, but as to whether it’s the best on the market, that we’re not entirely sure about.Samsung and Apple have provided some pretty stiff competition of late, and while HTC’s…

By TrustedReviews on 90

By ditching the gimmicks, HTC has crafted its best phone ever. It’s not the Android king, but it’s chomping at the heels of the Samsung Galaxy S7.

By Recombu on 90

The HTC 10 is a solid all-round package, a phone that has few weaknesses and certainly doesn’t disappoint like last year’s One M9 handset. Media fans will love the gorgeous screen, BoomSound speakers and Hi-res audio support, while the funky Freestyle…

By Trusted Reviews on 90

HTC 10 – Battery life Like internal components, each of this year’s current crop of Android flagships – Galaxy S7, LG G5 and of course the HTC 10 – have a similarly sized battery. The 3,000mAh cell tucked inside the HTC 10 is exactly the same capacity…

By CNET Australia on 80

Get the HTC 10 if you want a phone that delivers great audio. For all your other needs, look…

By Android Authority on 87

By refining established strengths (audio and design) and improving core weaknesses (camera), HTC has returned to the flagship arena with the HTC 10, which brings everything the high end market requires in HTC’s own signature…

By Mashable on 90

The HTC 10 is HTC’s best smartphone to date and a worthy contender for best Android phone of the year.

By ZDNet on 95

When I first held the HTC 10 a couple of weeks ago I knew HTC was still serious about competing in the Android space. The HTC 10 feels wonderful in the hand and I am a fan of the large chamfered back edge, ridged power button, seamless 2.5D front glass, and rest of the design.

By Phone Scoop on 90

The 10 is HTC’s finest phone. It may be more evolutionary than revolutionary, but it evolved in all the right…

By 3G UK on 90

HTC has come up with a great-looking phone boasting high-spec cameras, hi-res audio, improved battery life and a cleaner user…

By cnet on 80

Get the HTC 10 if you want a phone that delivers great audio. For all your other needs, look…

By CNET UK on 80

Get the HTC 10 if you want a phone that delivers great audio. For all your other needs, look…

By PC Mag on 90

The unlocked HTC 10 is the best Android phone for audiophiles and a great choice for everyone else. It’s a real comeback for…

By greenbot.com on 80

At a Glance Looks great, sounds great, takes great photos, but it’s hard to swallow a $700 price when it doesn’t bring anything new and innovative to the table….

By Expert Reviews on 80

There’s no denying that the HTC 10 is a huge improvement on last year’s M9. Not only has it improved on all the M9’s weaknesses, such as its screen quality, battery life and camera performance, but it’s also got all the right looks to go head to head…

By Tom’s Guide on 80

The HTC 10 is a really good phone, even if it’s not a perfect one. I especially love the new personalized audio profiles, while solid performance and an improved rear camera add to the device’s appeal. However, HTC 10’s camera struggles in low light,…

By The Verge on 80

More times than not, the Verge score is based on the average of the subscores below. However, since this is a non-weighted average, we reserve the right to tweak the overall score if we feel it doesn’t reflect our overall assessment and price of the…

By Pocketnow on 90

I’m glad I had the opportunity to review the HTC 10. We’re always extremely critical of the products we review, and our experience with HTC phones over the last two years has been disappointing. The mojo that was started with devices like the M7 was…

By Digital Trends on 80

The HTC 10 is an excellent phone, and it ticks off all the boxes for features you’d want on a flagship smartphone in 2016. It’s a return to form for HTC, and we’re happy to see the company back on track. It’s a difficult time for smartphone makers,…

By dxomark.com on 88

With an overall DxOMark Mobile score of 88 points, the HTC 10 offers outstanding mobile photography for both stills and video. Featuring a 12Mp 1/2.3-type sensor, this device excels for autofocus and texture preservation, making it a great choice for…

By Stuff on 100

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By What Hi-Fi? on 100

It might have lost its focus last year, but with the HTC 10, HTC is back to its best.There are no headline features, no gimmicks – this is a phone that takes the core functionality of a smartphone and really nails it, not to mention offers an excellent…

By MobileTechReview on 80

This may well have been HTC’s last chance to stage a comeback, and I’d say they’ve succeeded. Right now, no phone offers an amazing and unique new feature that puts it ahead of the pack–it’s been evolution rather than revolution. refinement over shock…

By TechSpot on 85

The HTC 10 marks the start of a new chapter for HTC. The signature metal body has returned, complete with new additions like a fingerprint scanner and USB Type-C. The camera, a problem area for HTC’s past devices, has been completely overhauled, and we’re seeing welcome iterations such as a new 5.2-inch 1440p LCD and a Snapdragon 820 SoC.

By TechSpot on 85

HTC was once a powerful force in the phone market. Even just a few years go the company was producing solid Android devices; the One M7 in particular was one of my favorite handsets of the time. But over the last two years HTC has lost significant…

By Alphr on 100

HTC has gone to great trouble to correct the weaknesses highlighted by reviewers of its past few handsets, and the results are really impressive. The HTC 10 is a great-looking handset with a superb screen, great performance and good – if not great –…

By CGM on 80

At one point in time HTC was a mobile powerhouse. Unfortunately for them, companies like Samsung and other lower cost smart device manufacturers came in and stole some of their clout. This isn’t a knock against the company or the quality of their…

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