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HTC arrives on Sprint, can be yours for $21 per month with $0 down
The HTC 10 has arrived on Sprint, and if you finance it rather than pay for it outright, you’ll actually wind up saving $120. Curious but true, HTC’s 2016 flagship retails for $624, but if you choose to pay $21 per month over the course of two years (assuming you have decent credit) then you’ll end up only paying $504. This undercuts Verizon’s similar arrangement by twenty bucks.
So what exactly will you get for forking over $21 per month to Sprint for the next 24 months? Well, the HTC10 certainly dazzles structurally with its all-metal unibody design. The LCD5 display is 5.2 inches across the diagonal and rocks Quad HD resolution. Under the hood, you’ll get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, which seems to be the 2016 standard for flagship processors. The Snapdragon 820 is clocked at 2.15 GHz and is fueled by 4GB of RAM. The battery is non-removable, but should keep you going with 3,000mAh. That comes out to about 4.5 hours of on-screen time, which is fairly standard for most of today’s high-end devices. The camera is very good for something from HTC, but it doesn’t quite compare to those offered by the Samsung Galaxy S7 or the LG G5.
Click the button below to check out the HTC10 in Sprint’s online store. Let us know what you think of this device in the comments below. Is HTC’s flagship tempting to you, or are you more glamoured by the other flagships making headlines this year?