HTC’s latest 10 smartphone will be available for pre-order from April 13th, Carphone Warehouse has confirmed.
The retail giant also announced that pricing and tariff details will be announced tomorrow too.
EE is the first network to confirm it will be carrying the 10. It has yet to name a date when pre-orders go live, but has begun taking customer email addresses for a pre-registration scheme.
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EE also said that the 10 will be compatibile with its Wi-Fi calling service, thus allowing customers to make calls for free and in locales where there is no mobile signal.
The phone will also be sold on contracts with EE’s 4G+ service, which offers connection speeds of up to 150Mbps in areas where the carrier has updated its network.
The HTC 10’s feature set takes in a ‘world-class’ 12-megapixel UltaPixel camera with 4K video recording, a 5.3-inch Quad HD screen and an impressive fast-charge mode.
Get up to speed with the phone in full with our HTC 10 news coverage.