HTC has had a long history of Android smartphones. The company was first to market with Android with the T-Mobile G1 and has now released a follow-up to the One M9, the HTC 10.
While the 10 is an evolution in HTC’s flagship Android lineup, the manufacturer decided to go the route of selling the device through one carrier in Canada. The sole Canadian carrier of the LTE-A flagship is Bell, but contract pricing and no-term pricing has not been revealed. In addition, Bell will only carry the Glacier Silver version of the HTC 10.
However, for those pining for an unlocked version of the HTC 10 in both Glacier Silver and Carbon Grey can purchase through HTC’s online store for $999 CAD and ships between 1 to 3 days.
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