HTC shaves $150 off the head of the HTC 10
When HTC first launched the HTC 10 and announced it in the market for a price of $699, a lot of people appreciated the great design on the smartphone as well as the awesome specs and additional features that it packed but they failed to come to terms with the justification of such a high price value.
To them, it was a tad overpriced and it seems that HTC is looking to correct that now with an official price cut, shaving $150 off the head of the smartphone.
For the month of September, HTC has already been selling the device for $100 and if you think that this price cut is permanent, we implore you to think again because they have this one planned to start today (first day of October) and run for a limited time frame.
The HTC 10 is undoubtedly one of the best android phones out there and also, one of the pride that HTC should be having right now so we would likewise be more than glad to see more people get their hands on a unit.
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