Australian pricing and availability has been announced for the HTC 10, with HTC’s latest flagship smartphone set to land in the Australian market from next week.The HTC 10 will be available from May 3 from carriers and retailers, and will carry a price tag of $1,099 RRP.
HTC’s flagship sports a 5.2″ quad-HD display, runs Android 6.0 with HTC Sense, is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor, and is decked out with a 12 MP UltraPixel OIS main camera and 5 MP front camera.
Further information on the HTC 10 can be found here.
The HTC 10 will be available on a range of Telstra Go Mobile plans, one of which will be the $95 Go Mobile plan with $2 per month handset repayments for 24 months, with the plan including 6 GB of data for use in Australia.
Optus customers can pre-order the HTC 10 on any 24-month postpaid plan, among which is its $80 plan with $7 monthly handset repayments, with 6 GB data to use per month. Further information on Optus offers can be found here.
Vodafone customers can pre-order the HTC 10 for $10 per month on a Vodafone $70 plan over 24 months, with further information here.
Virgin Mobile customers can purchase the HTC 10 for $7 per month on a Virgin Mobile $70 phone plan over 24 months, with further information here.
The HTC 10 will also be available for outright purchase from both JB Hi-Fi and selected Harvey Norman stores and online from May 3.
It will available in both carbon grey and glacier silver, with Optus and Virgin Mobile ranging the glacier silver colour variant only.