HTC 10 Android Flagship Gets $100 Price Cut Plus $100 Credit For Accessories
Now might be the time to strike if you have been wanting to get your hands on the HTC 10, but weren't a fan of its price tag. The smartphone is currently $599 USD (instead of $699) and also comes with a $100 credit for accessories.
HTC launched its flagship smartphone this past April and it packs in Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon SoC, HTC's highest-resolution UltraPixel camera sensor to date, and 24-bit Hi-Res sound (you can read HotHardware’s review of the HTC 10 right here).
Ordering from the website directly offers some additional benefits. The “Carbon Grey” color for example, is exclusive to the website. HTC will also give customers a $100 credit to buy accessories from the official web store. The $100 discount applies to HTC 10’s accessories only. Customers for example, could not use the discount to purchase the HTC Vive.
Customers have the option of paying monthly through PayPal Credit or buying the phone for the purchase price. Customers can also get quotes for their old, working devices and trade them in for a check. HTC.com devices will come with less bloatware and a 12-month Uh Oh Protection plan, which covers broken screens and water damage. The separate HTC warranty even covers bootloader unlocking.
The $599 price tag will be available between July 12 and July 31, 2016. There is a limit of four discounted HTC 10’s per customer and the sale is only for customers in the United States. For more information, visit HTC's website.