After lackluster reception from the HTC One M9, and a somewhat tepid response from the A9 as well, HTC is really hoping for a hit with its new HTC 10. So far, the reviews have been pretty positive and a number of staff members here at Android Authority have been singing its praises so far. Whether or not it’ll do well among the masses remains a different (and unknown) story but the HTC 10 will finally be within consumer reach within the next week or two – depending on your carrier.
Verizon will be the first out of the gate (as far as carriers are concerned), with the HTC 10 going up for pre-order today and expected to ship by May 5th. Big Red is offering the handset for $648 or if you’d rather spread payments out over 24 months you’ll pay $22.83 a month – making for a total of $548, which is oddly $100 cheaper than if you want to buy the phone outright.
Sprint has also locked in its plans for release the HTC 10. While it doesn’t have pre-orders up, they will sell the phone beginning on May 13th. The 10 will cost $26 a month for 24 months, which comes to $624.
What about the rest of the carriers? T-Mobile has yet to lock down its plans, and same goes for US Cellular. AT&T on the other hand, isn’t expected to stock the phone, though a version made for the network can be found directly through HTC’s website. For more details on what to expect from the HTC 10, be sure to check out our full review.
So what do you think, planning on picking up the HTC 10? Share your thoughts down in the comments.