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The best HTC 10 deals today

Get the best deal on a HTC 10

Want a phone with stunning speakers, punchy processing power, and a dazzling display? Sounds like you need a HTC 10 - and a good value contract deal to go along with it.

What's good about the HTC 10?

HTC's flagship comes packed with great features to make texting, browsing, playing games, and snapping pics an absolute dream.

5.2-inch QHD display: The Super LCD5 display is clear, crisp, and bright - perfect for watching video. Even if you're not a movie fan, you'll love how vibrant colours look, and how easy it is to read your texts in bright sunlight.

Hi-Fi speakers: A major advantage of a HTC phone is that you'll get incredible speakers. This time around, the 10 is rocking Hi-Fi speakers at the top and bottom of the handset: the bass woofer is at the bottom, and the tweeter is at the top. Together, they deliver loud, clear, and amazing quality sound.

Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4GB RAM: That's some serious processing power, making this phone well-suited for mobile gaming. Outside of Grand Theft Auto and Candy Crush, it also means that loading and switching between apps is a breeze.

12MP camera: Though it's not the best camera phone in the world, the 12MP lens on the HTC 10 is still excellent, complete with laser autofocus, dual-tone flash, and larger UltraPixels that let in more light. Amazingly, the 5MP front-facer has all that same tech as well - your selfies have never looked so clear.

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Cheapest HTC 10 deals

Getting a HTC 10 on the cheap is easy - provided you’re a light data user, or tend to keep your phone hooked up to Wi-Fi most of the time anyway. Simply sort the grids above by cost, and you’ll see all the low-cost ones right at the top.

HTC deals with lots of data

With a phone like this one, however, you may find you want a big data allowance. Its QHD screen and Hi-Fi speakers make it perfect for streaming videos or music, and quick processing and 4G mean you'll be keen to keep up to date with your friends and the news while you're on the go.

Luckily, heavy data needn't come with a heavy price. Select how much data you need per month from the sidebar above, and sort by price to see the best offers.


Can’t quite stretch to a HTC 10? Check out the first model in the series - the original HTC One. This one’s got a slightly smaller display at 4.7 inches, with a FULL HD resolution (1080p), and Android Lollipop. It’s got those trademark stereo speakers at the top and bottom too, so you can still watch videos and listen to tunes with fantastic Beats Audio.

Other specs include 2GB RAM with a quad-core Snapdragon 600 chipset, 4MP rear camera and 2.1MP front-facer, and a decent-sized 2,300mAh battery.


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