Did you see that obscure? It was the HTC 10 turning out to be immediately accessible – from informal to at a bargain in a squint of an eye. Here are the costs and bearer offers in a few nations.

Upgrade: the official sites have been changed and now say it’s a pre-request that will transport in May. You are very brave time to consider it then, we presume.

Note that there’s no capacity specified so we accept just the 32GB telephone is accessible.


The unlocked phone goes for $700 and is available in Gray and Silver. The phone is compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile networks, but you get no subsidy options.


£570 is the cost, no carrier deals. There is a third color – Gold.


Converting to Old Continent banknotes, the HTC 10 costs €700 in Germany. You can get the phone from O2 on contract (24 months x €30), or SIM-free from Sparhandy or Notebooksbilliger.


The currency rate must be different in France, ’cause it’s €750 over there.

Austria, Finland, Italy, Spain

France shouldn’t complain since these countries will have to pay even more – €800. Update: now down to €750.


€750 as well here.