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HTC 10 prices in Singapore

Armed with incredible power in terms of audio, camera and processing, HTC 10 is game-changing smartphone that offers immersive experience. Read more about HTC 10 Singapore below to find out.

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Prices updated on 21 Jun 2017

HTC 10 Price by Country

CountryPrice
Indonesia IDR 4,553,000
Malaysia MYR 1,465
Philippines PHP 24,500
Singapore SGD 388
Thailand THB 14,000
Vietnam VND 5,100,000

About HTC 10 Singapore

HTC 10 Singapore – The True Game Changer

Famous for pioneering groundbreaking innovations in the realm of smartphones, HTC continues to strike again with its fearsome HTC 10 that proves to be a true game changer. This time, HTC 10 is going to introduce its own set of rules as it marches forward to dominate the game.

HTC 10 Singapore - Forged To Inspire

Crafted with the simple obsession to pursue perfection, the all-metal unibody design of HTC 10 proves to be inspiringly breathtaking. Not only, every single detail of HTC 10 has been meticulously designed so that it looks incredibly put together. As such, its body is a well-thought-out design that covers all aspects.

Whether its charming contour or subtle finishing on the exterior, HTC 10 proves to be exceptionally stunning as it embodies the best in the concept of merging light and metal. Moreover, its function buttons have been strategically placed so that your fingers can reach them effortlessly. In other words, it is also designed with ergonomics in mind.

HTC 10 Singapore - Immersive Audio Adventure

HTC 10 has been reengineered for audiophiles that appreciate awesome audio quality. Offering Hi-Res audio which proves to be eargasm for your hearing pleasure, listen to how its Hi-Res audio processing and 24-bit DAC combine their efforts in enabling you to experience immersive audio experience.

Not just that, its BoomSound Hi-Fi speakers with a dedicated amplifier in its top tweeter and bottom subwoofer are truly exceptional in raising the bar of smartphone in terms of audio performance. Even in the realm of smartphones, few flagship models even possess such capabilities in delivering such incredible audio quality. Once you hit the play button, you cannot even believe what you are listening to!

HTC 10 Singapore - Power Of 10 with HTC 10 Singapore

Thanks to its Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor, you can expect HTC 10 to run anything, even the most demanding application or mobile game. Its 4GB RAM makes sure that HTC 10 is able to maintain its cool when it comes to running several applications at the same time. Such fearsome combination enable HTC 10 to be smooth and steady during its operation.

HTC 10 Singapore - State Of The Art Camera Technology

Proud to be introducing the world's first dual IOS (Image Optical Stabilizer) in its front and back, HTC 10 is all about making sure that you are able to achieve brighter and sharper image quality in either camera. Its main camera can even take greater image quality in areas with poor lighting conditions as its UltraPixel sensor and f/1.8 lens empowers it to capture more light in every single shot.

As impressive as its main camera is, its front camera is also not lacking in its quality. It is able to take perfect selfies effortlessly since it boasts a powerful pixel sensor and f/1.8 lens. In other words, HTC 10 is your wonderful companion that delivers shareworthy pictures in the world of social media. In conclusion, HTC 10 is a true game-changing smartphone that you should get.

Expert Reviews

hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-08-15
Good build quality, Fast performance and lean UI, Supports Hires audio, Selfie camera has OISAverage battery life, Average camera performance
The HTC 10 certainly took its time to come to Singapore, going on sale here nearly three months after its official announcement in April. That said, when we received the phone, it's clear to us that the HTC 10 is HTC's best attempt at a smartphone yet, ke...
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straitstimes.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-10
After months of delay, HTC's latest flagship, the HTC 10, has finally come to Singapore.The phone ticks all the right boxes required of a smartphone, but it doesn't really stand out amongphones in a similar price point.It retains the premium, all-metal un...
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techgoondu.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-26
Once a powerhouse among smartphone manufacturers, HTC has had a disastrous 2015 , with its sales plummeting in the wake of the badly received HTC One M9 and other questionable marketing decisions. With the HTC 10 this year, the Taiwanese company hopes to...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-18
Without doubt, the HTC 10 was one of the best phones I reviewed last year, eclipsed only by the fact that the RRP was the same as the superior Samsung Galaxy S7. Sadly, it just made recommending the HTC 10 an impossible task, unless you found a good deal...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-11
With the HTC U 11 set to be announced in a little over a week, it's only fitting that we take a look back at its predecessor, the HTC 10, which is easily one of the most underrated flagships of 2016. The device definitely deserved a lot more attention th...
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thunderbaylive.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
Read the full post: With the HTC U 11 set to be announced soon, we take a look back at one of the most underrated flagships of 2016, the HTC 10.Download the AndroidAuthority App: Subscribe to our YouTube channel: —————————————————- Stay connected to Andr...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
There's always a palatable sense of excitement when one of the big players in the smartphone world brings out its latest flagship, and it's no different with HTC.We've been hearing word of the HTC 10 for a while, and it almost seems tired to question whet...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
I'll always be a fan of the way that HTC puts its phones together, because it simply doesn't seem to compromise on build quality or effort. Despite not being totally in love with the heft of the device, or the massive chamfered edges, there's no doubt it...There's not actually a lot to dislike on the HTC 10 – the keyboard, for instance, isn't the best any more, but that can be upgraded easily by downloading one of the many great free options on Google Play, I'm not in love with the shape of the phone, as I'...
Update: While it's badged under a ‘summer promotion' we could finally be seeing the price drops this now-ageing phone needs – see below for the full details.If there's one thing you can say about HTC, it's that it's been a victim of its own success.The O...
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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-09
I'll always be a fan of the way that HTC puts its phones together, because it simply doesn't seem to compromise on build quality or effort. Despite not being totally in love with the heft of the device, or the massive chamfered edges, there's no doubt it...There's not actually a lot to dislike on the HTC 10 – the keyboard, for instance, isn't the best any more, but that can be upgraded easily by downloading one of the many great free options on Google Play, I'm not in love with the shape of the phone, as I'...
The HTC 10 is a phone that's the product of years of learning, which is why the company has created a phone that's big on design, strong on camera and brings a very user-friendly interface into the mix.The phone from 2014, the One M8, was one of the grea...
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EISA.eu
Reviewed on 2017-04-21
Boasting the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, ably backed up by 4GB of RAM, a 5.2-inch QHD display, 3000 mAh battery and Quick Charge 3.0 charger, HTC's 10 has a stunning UltraPixel camera with 12 megapixels resolution and a selfie-camera. OIS an...
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androidcentral.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-12
When I first reviewed the HTC 10, I called it "the best Android smartphone you're not buying." A year after its release, both of those assertions continue to hold water: the HTC 10 is still a really solid phone. but it's still not selling well enough t...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2017-01-10
HTC's flagship 10 has been in the wild for half of 2016 – so why now is iTWire reviewing it and applying its paradigm to it? Simple – iTWire fell off its radar and HTC now realises that our comprehensive reviews are really valued by its half a million tec...
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mobilesyrup.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-27
More than six months have passed since the HTC 10 first launched in Canada, but little has changed with the device since late October. HTC's best smartphone from a design and functionality perspective met with stiff competition in a year where its flagshi...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-25
Excellent Build Quality; Improved Display; Extremely Powerful; Brilliant Software; Best Camera Yet; Well Proportioned; Great Speakers; Best In Class Battery PerformanceMy Review Unit Had Some Issues With Connecting to WiFi Networks; Camera Isn't As Good As G5 and Galaxy S7's; Laser Autofocus Is A Bit Squiffy
Viewed in this context, the HTC 10 could well be the last handset the struggling Taiwanese company makes. I know, I know — that sounds a bit drastic. But so too is a 64% drop in revenues year on year. Financially speaking, HTC is on the cusp of oblivion...
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alphr.com
Reviewed on 2016-11-14
The HTC 10 is now six months old, and it looks like it's getting a very early birthday present. That present is a particularly sweet one: Android Nougat, which according to developer LlabTooFeR on Tweitter, is coming the European handsets towards the end...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-10-31
Excellent Build Quality; Improved Display; Extremely Powerful; Brilliant Software; Best Camera Yet; Well Proportioned; Great Speakers; Best In Class Battery PerformanceMy Review Unit Had Some Issues With Connecting to WiFi Networks; Camera Isn't As Good As G5 and Galaxy S7's; Laser Autofocus Is A Bit Squiffy
Viewed in this context, the HTC 10 could well be the last handset the struggling Taiwanese company makes. I know, I know — that sounds a bit drastic. But so too is a 64% drop in revenues year on year. Financially speaking, HTC is on the cusp of oblivion...
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thestar.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-09-19
Nice build quality, app bloat kept to a minimum, extensive audio customisation for earphones, camera much improved over previous HTC phonesEarphones a little heavy on bass
The HTC 10 proves that the Taiwanese company is back in the groove.The HTC 10 is a real return to form for the Taiwanese ­company in terms of design – the smartphone has an all-m­etal body with nice chamfered edges on the back and front.The phone feels ni...
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anandtech.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-19
It probably goes without saying right now that HTC has been a troubled company for some time now. With the One M8 we finally saw that they were making a recovery, but with the Snapdragon 810 and One M9 HTC suffered a massive blow as their offerings just w...
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themobileindian.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-12
Gorgeous metal build, Dedicated 2 TB storage, Quad HD displayScreen prone to scratches, Average battery back up
HTC 10 has high end features just like any other flagship but it has few cons that could be a deal breaker for manyHTC needs no introduction; it used to be a leading name in the smartphone industry. Though it has not the market share it used to boast earl...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-09
Excellent Build Quality; Improved Display; Extremely Powerful; Brilliant Software; Best Camera Yet; Well Proportioned; Great Speakers; Best In Class Battery PerformanceMy Review Unit Had Some Issues With Connecting to WiFi Networks; Camera Isn't As Good As G5 and Galaxy S7's; Laser Autofocus Is A Bit Squiffy
HTC's financials are, well, terrible. The company's revenues during Q1 2016 plummeted 64% year on year which is obviously very bad for business, investor relations and the overall viability of the business going forwards. Questions will be asked. Question...
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