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HTC 10 and Directory Layout


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Product is rated as #1 in category Phones
  • Awesome display
  • A phone that feels like the future
  • Stunning camera
  • It’s actually innovative
  • Awfully placed fingerprint sensor
  • Bixby is a bit of a dud

It has introduced a new storage option though, with a 32GB model now lining up alongside the 128GB 6S Plus. The 32GB variant will set you back $649 (£599, AU$1,079) – which is cheaper than the launch price for the now discontinued 16GB phone.

The 128GB model – which we tried out for this review – launched at $949 (£789, AU$1,529), but can now be had for $749 (£699, AU$1,229). The good news in the US is that the phone does come unlocked at these prices and works on any carrier, GSMA or CDMA.

Unsurprisingly that put the phone up against the top phones on the market, rubbing shoulders with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, LG G5,OnePlus 3 and Sony Xperia Z5 Premium


There’s no mistaking the incremental credentials of the phone when it comes to design. It looks identical to the phone, and I mean identical.

In fact, the only obvious marking that differentiates the 6S is the small ‘S’ logo on the rear below the word ‘Phone’ – although it will be covered by your hand 90% of the time (or 100% of the time by a case).

The sleek, rounded metal body continues to look and feel premium, with the build quality you’d expect from gader. After last year’s unfortunate ‘bendgate’ fiasco, Gator has looked to reassure people that its latest smartphone duo are tough. This isn’t strictly necessary, given that we’d have expected last year’s models to be strong enough to get through a couple of years of use, but some clarification was needed.


There is a silver (actually, pink) lining though: the Phone 6S Plus has a new color! In addition to gold, silver and space grey you can now pick up atest supersized smartphone in a fetching shade of ‘Rose Gold’… also known as pink.

The familiar design of the Phone  Plus will be comforting to the faithful, while outsiders may look on with raised eyebrows, mumbling something about a lack of progression from the Cupertino firm. And they may have a point.

Design and Handling

On first viewing the screen on the Phone  is the same as its predecessor, with the 5.5-inch panel sporting a full HD resolution and 401ppi pixel density.

That makes it sharper than the smaller Phone , which only musters a 1334 x 750 resolution, resulting in 326ppi.

Text and images are crisp and clear, colors are vibrant and images pop, especially if you whack the screen brightness up (just keep an eye on the battery life if you do).

The IPS screen is covered in toughened glass with fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating, and it does a better job than most at keeping the display relatively print-free.

Hold the Phone  side by side to the Phone 6  and there are no visible differences between the two

It has introduced a new storage option though, with a 32GB model now lining up alongside the 128GB 6S Plus.

The 128GB model – which we tried out for this review – launched at $949 (£789, AU$1,529), but can now be had for $749 (£699, AU$1,229). The good news in the US is that the phone does come unlocked at these prices and works on any carrier, GSMA or CDMA.



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Specification: HTC 10 and Directory Layout



Processor Type

Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 64-bit Quad Core 2.2GHz

Hybrid Sim Slot


Primary Camera (MP)


Full HD Recording



Dual Tone LED

Model Number

m10h 2ps6200

Model Name


Display Size (inch)


Memory Card Slot Type

Dedicated Slot

Supported Memory Card Type


Processor Core

Quad Core

In The Box

Handset, Quick Charger, USB Cable Type 3, Hands-free (High Resolution Audio), Limited Warranty Card, Safety Guide

SMS Memory


Phone Book Memory


Resolution Type

Quad HD

Other Display Features

564 PPI, Corning Gorilla Glass on a Curve Edge Display, Display Color Personalization

Display Type

Super LCD 5

Secondary Camera Features

1.34 ╬╝m pixels, Auto Focus, BSI Sensor, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), f/1.8 Aperture and 23 mm Focal Length (86 Degree Wide Angle), Live Make-up, Auto Selfie (Smile Selfie, Still Selfie), Voice Selfie, Self Timer Upto 10 seconds, Auto-HDR, Full HD Video Recording

Call Log Memory


Operating Frequency

GSM – 850, 900, 1800, 1900, UMTS – 850, 900, 1900, 2100, 4G LTE (FDD) – Bands 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 20, 28, 32, LTE (TDD) – Bands 38, 40, 41

Sound Enhancements

HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi Edition, Dolby Audio, Personal Audio Profile, Hi-Res Audio Certified, Hi-Res Audio Earphones, Three Microphones with Noise Cancellation, Hi-Res Audio Stereo Recording



Expandable Storage (TB)


Primary Camera Available


Secondary Camera Available


Operating System

Android Marshmallow 6

HD Recording



2560 x 1440 Pixels

Primary Clock Speed (GHz)


Primary Camera Features

HTC UltraPixel 2 with 1.55 ╬╝m pixel, Laser Auto Focus, BSI Sensor, Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), f/1.8 Aperture and 26 mm Focal Length (80 Degree Wide Angle), Self Timer Upto 10 seconds, Face Detection, Pro Mode with Manual Control and 12-bit RAW Format Support, Auto-HDR, Panorama, Continuous Shooting Upto 8 fps, Zoe Capture, Hyperlapse, Slow Motion Video ([email protected] fps), Video Pic

Browse Type


Video Recording


Internet Connectivity

4G, 3G, GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi





Audio Formats


Warranty Summary

Brand Warranty of 1 Year

Height (mm)


Phone Book


Network Type (G)


Bluetooth Support


Battery Type


Removable Battery


Audio Jack (mm)


Video Recording Resolution

3840 x 2160

Other Features

Depth: 3.0 – 9.0 mm, Gesture and Others (Motion Launch, Support Ice View Case, Sensor Hub for Activity Tracking, HTC Connect, Quite Ring on Pick Up, Pocket Mode, Flip to Mute), Talk Time (4G): 27 hrs, Standby Time (4G): 456 hrs, Extreme Power Saving Mode, Quick Charge 3.0 with Cool Charge, Chromecast, Display Port, AirPlay, Miracast, USB 3.1 Gen 1, Type-C

User Memory (GB)






Wi-Fi Version

802.11 a/b/g/n/ac

Width (mm)





Ambient Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, Accelerometer, G-Sensor, Compass Sensor, Gyro Sensor, Magnetic Sensor, Fingerprint Sensor, Sensor Hub

Supported Networks


GPS Support


Pre-installed Browser


SIM Size

Nano SIM

User Interface

HTC Sense

DLNA Support


Battery Capacity (mAh)


USB Connectivity


Touchscreen Type


Bluetooth Version


Map Support

Google Maps

Video Formats


Secondary Camera (MP)


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9 reviews for HTC 10 and Directory Layout

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  1. supervendor

    Great but not a much

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  2. Anonymous

    Pros: High resolution for VR, I don't notice any screen door effect personally but I'm not super picky with graphics. Amazing tracking with the basestations, and you're able to upgrade to basestation 2.0s for some future proofing. The part I'm extremely excited about myself is the faceplate modularity, specifically for the Cosmos XR faceplate which will allow for creation of augmented reality applications using the headset and a cheaper faceplate which is apparently coming soon. Hopefully this continues and as further advances are made in VR, modular addons can be released and purchased. Cons: VIVEPORT is my only complaint. During the VIVE setup, I was getting a blue screen of death. I thought this was due to hardware issues, but it was due to VIVEPORT starting up after it finished installing during setup. If you encounter any BSODs when setting up the vive, its probably because of VIVEPORT. I highly recommend you use the code included to redeem Half Life: Alyx instead of VIVEPORT as it seems to have glaring issues, and has for over a year. Overall Review: In all, this is a great headset and has renewed my interest in playing games. I'm more excited from a development standpoint, but the immersion this thing offers for even seated experiences is truly astounding. You'll need a fairly powerful graphics card to truly get the best experience with this headset, but thats true of any PC-VR headset.

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  3. Jonah R

    Pros: – Loved the Vive. Feels so smooth to play on with the touch-sensitive pads (although I know people sometimes dont like it). It felt clean to move around and didn’t get very motion sick, even though I am prone to it quite frequently. – Felt great to put on. Obvisouly there is weight on the front, but nothing I would say was bad. The headset fit just right on my head and had very limited movement even during fast actions in some games Cons: – Setting this up is a nightmare though. I had issues getting the Base Stations to work right and had to remove an update in order to revert it (thank you steam community for helping). Overall Review: I would recommend this to anyone who is a casual to hardcore gamer. Genuinely blew my original thoughts of VR right out of the water. It’s an entirely different world of gaming once you put the headset on. I felt like a kid again after I got my first Console.

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  4. Roki

    Pros: Came with very easy steps. Purchased clamps for the base stations on Amzn but mounts were included. Right away the comfort was great, once you learn to adjust to your head properly. Wish you could shrink the cushion to the lens for better view but you have to tighten the headset too much. Otherwise, every game I have run looks amazing. I have a 2060 Super and it works perfect for this. Might want to consider the wireless adapter though, the cable is a pain but tha’ts with all VR headsets. Cons: I would say it’s a bit too pricey for not being base station 2.0 compatible but the value shows in the 90 FPS and comfortable halo fitting. Overall Review: I have already been recommending this headset. If you aren’t ready to cop out the extra for Valve Index, just go with this.

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  5. Anonymous

    Overall Review: The Vive Tracker 3.0s are great. I get about the exact same battery life out of the trackers as my Valve Index Controllers. I feel as though the tracking is about the same if not slightly better than the 2.0s despite the smaller FOV.

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  6. Glitch3dPenguin

    Pros: Within the first week I was asked to start dancing for clubs… The second week I realized how much of a flex FBT is to all the quest kitties. By the third week I no longer understand why I ever need to leave my VR and the trackers last so long that I really dont. Cons: They cost more than the 2.0s Thats it, thats literally all. Overall Review: Stop window shopping you Weebs and just send it. Youll be dancing in front of mirrors and erping before you know it!

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  7. Anonymous

    Pros: The pros are slim to none. The HTC Vive is a great and outstanding headset In its quality and service but the practical everyday use of this thing has dwindled. Bought a whole bunch of games and stuff perfect for companies. Cons: This adjustable straps and headset gear does not change the fact that it’s just not that developed yet. The battery pack should have been mandatory on all the newer headsets. Just a money grub looking for you to put your hard earned cash in a money ditch Overall Review: I would suggest the other headsets as this one is very heavy compared to other.

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  8. Anonymous

    Pros: -very good display -feels comfortable for me -very good tracking -can you other controllers that use base station Cons: -mic is trash, need to put a wind screen on it so it doesn’t pop on every p word. Removed a star just for that. -heard the audio was bad but didn’t try as I removed them so I can use my really good over the ear headphones. I would imagine people would remove a star for that. -need very good hardware to run. Tried to run on a RX580 but it was like stretching a postal stamp over my eye by how blurry it was completely unusable. Using a 2080 super now. -face foam is ok but really need thinner to get better fov. -controllers work fine but don’t feel right, rather have valve knuckle controllers but they are next to impossible to get right now. Overall Review: If graphics only matter then this is for you, can always buy the headset separate if want to the valve knuckle controllers instead and use good set of headphones for audio and mic.

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  9. Anonymous

    Overall Review: Ive probably dropped these bad boys hundreds of times and the tracking is still amazing and smooth

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