Unlocked HTC 10 for Verizon: everything you need to know

Unlocked version of HTC 10 was a hot topic around the web given the fact that the world is going haywire over the great features HTC 10 has to offer. HTC 10 is one of the best smartphones of 2016. Recently, Verizon has announced that it has started shipping unlocked HTC 10. This means that you can now go to any Verizon shop or open the Verizon website to order an unlocked HTC 10 phone. The phone company was taking pre-orders months ago. If you had pre-ordered HTC 10, you are lucky because the phone might be just hours away from your reach now.

According to the Verizon deal for HTC 10, the down payment is $0 for the qualified buyers based on two years of $22.83 device payments. For all the users who buy on credit, there is $220 down payment and two years of $14 payment. For the current Verizon customers, you can buy HTC 10 right now for a two year contract for $199.

Verizon is offering $100 off on the current $648 price.

HTC 10 Review

For those of you still unaware of the features of HTC 10, the phone offers a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 quad core processor with great music playback capabilities. The phone has 5.2 inch touch screen with a great Gorilla Glass. The phone also features a 4GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory, a microSD slot which could be extended to 2TB.

 The phone comes built-in with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The phone has a uniquely crafted design which dwarfs almost all the contemporary phones. It comes in different colors.

Regarding the camera, HTC 10 has a 12-megapixel UltraPixel 2 rear-facing camera loaded with features like auto-focus and laser image stabilization. It has an F/1.8 lens aperture with 26mm focal length and LED flash. You can record 4K videos using the new Pro Mode of HTC 10. HTC unlocked Verizon also has 5MM front facing camera for all your selfie needs.

Check out the Verizon website to buy HTC 10 or see the details of the deal.

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