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HTC 10 pre-orders kick off at Verizon

HTC 10
HTC 10

Should you be eagerly awaiting for Verizon HTC 10 pre-orders to kick off, you'll be pleased to learn that the switch has been flipped and you're now able to place an order (opens in new tab). What makes HTC's latest flagship stand out are the 5.2-inch QHD Super LCD display, 3000mAh battery, USB-C connector, Android 6.0.1 out of the box, and Snapdragon 820 processor paired with 4GB of RAM.

You can either purchase the handset outright or on contract. Opting for the former will set you back $648, while going for the two-year contract will cost you $548 for the phone, spread across 24 months at $22.83. This is also a discounted offering, saving you $100 or just under $6 a month. See our full review of the HTC 10 for more details. Verizon states deliveries will hit customers by May 5.

If you are looking for another way to buy the HTC 10 that will work on Verizon, you can now order one directly from HTC (opens in new tab). That's right, HTC is also offering the Verizon-compatible version in addition to the unlocked variant.

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  • Well, now I just wait to hear from tmo... The ego did not post this
  • An inside tip: AT&T may be carrying the 10 as well. I'll still buy unlocked this time, but thought I'd mention it.
  • And how do you know that? Posted with my Axon Pro.
  • AT&T Sales Rep. However, that was just one person, and they could be misinformed.
  • Ordered mine in bad-ass silver!
  • Delivery by Cinco de Mayo? I hope this means the unlocked preorders from HTC arrive next week too! May 4th perhaps. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Just to clarify, the 2 year contract price is $199.99, not $548 as mentioned in the article. The device payment plan is $548,spread out over 2 years. Posted via the Android Central App
  • This ^*** Posted via the Android Central App
  • Unfortunate for Verizon users getting the crapped version with bloat and Verizon stamp.
  • The Verizon stamp doesn't bother me, but their crapware does!!
  • I will never understand people's obsession with a simple logo, lol
  • I don't understand why they charge an extra $100 to buy the phone outright. Especially when you can opt for the 24 payment plan, make the first payment, then pay off the balance and really get it for 548 outright.
  • It is to get you into a 24 month commitment, and most won't pay it off right away. Btw, you can pay off the dpp balance as soon as it ships. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The 24 month payment plan forces you to add a line if you are not upgrade eligible. They make back their $100.00 and a lot more in that case. Posted via the Android Central App And they may have a 6 month minimum on the new line requirement. They have in the past.
  • If you are currently on a dpp, just pay off the remaining dpp and you would immediately be eligible for a new dpp. Posted via the Android Central App
  • You can order it directly from HTC's Website, with the $100 discount, it only comes in the Glacier silver option. Posted via the Android Central App
  • $648 is a decent discount compared to the $700 MSRP.
  • Wonder if Verizon is offering the black..? Love the color but Verizon's not the best with colors heh Posted via the Android Central App
  • It's not black, it's charcoal gray. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Like there's a difference... Smarta** :P Posted via the Android Central App
  • Yes there is, black is black and white is white, which again are not real colors. The dark one is graphite, dark gray. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ordered the 10 black (graphite, whatever you wanna call it) Unlocked edition and still holding out hope the geniuses at XDA can make it 100% compatible with VZW's network! Time will tell, and crossing fingers!
  • I twittered with Verizon today, and they made it seem like an unlocked HTC 10 is a possibility! If so, I'm going to give the phone a fair shot! "Thanks for the details. I have a much better idea why you're interested in that model. While Verizon Wireless does allow customers to use unlocked 4G LTE devices on the network, I must also advise you that we wouldn't be able to support or troubleshoot the device. For example, customers that have supported models can be assisted with issues related to how the device interfaces with our network as well as software issues and upgrades. A non-supported device would not be eligible for those services. ^DGM" Posted via the Android Central App
  • I don't know how to take that. I think that a lot of reviewers already tried to put vzw sim in m10 and failed. So, the only hope is that Verizon is waiting for their own release and then just give the green light to the unlocked version - after all the testing on the network or whatever they will say. Moto XPE/VZW Moto X DE/N7