HTC has launched a duo of new Desire devices aimed at the mid-range, called the Desire 10 Lifestyle and the Desire 10 Pro. The devices look very similar but are quite different inside. Both devices feature a plastic body with gold metal trim, no matter the [...]
Introducing the HTC Desire 10, made to shine with elegant metallic outlines and packed with the powerful camera and HTC Sense personalization features you have come to expect from HTC. It is unlike any other Desire smartphone we have ever made - and our fans agree. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The Desire 10 from HTC is now official, after what seems like weeks of teasing. There are two models of the Desire 10, just as we suspected, with launch set to take place outside of the US starting later this month. For fans of the Desire...Show More Summary
HTC has share a "first impressions" video of the HTC Desire 10, giving us a closer look at what the phone has to offer.
HTC has unveiled the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle and HTC Desire 10 Pro - two mid-range smartphones. While most will not be impressed by the specs inside the phone phones, their unique polycarbonate design with laser-etched trim will certain turn a few heads.
Following its teaser from earlier this month, HTC has revealed two new Desire 10 smartphones that promise to turn heads with their elegant design details. The 5.5-inch, Android 6.0-based dual-SIM Desire 10 Pro and Desire 10 Lifestyle...Show More Summary
HTC continues to advance its Desire line with many features found in its flagship HTC 10. Audio, camera, and customization experiences are found on both new Desire 10 models.
HTC's new Desire 10 comes in two varieties, but chances are only one — the higher-end Desire 10 Pro — is worth your time. HTC's Desire family has seen it experiment with many polycarbonate-based styles over the past few years — from two-tone plastic to quirky micro-splash patterns more recently. Show More Summary
There are two versions of HTC's latest Desire phone — the Desire 10 Pro and the Desire 10 Lifestyle. The HTC Desire 10 is official, and we've got full hands-on coverage of the latest in HTC's line of mid-rangers. This year there are two flavors of the latest Desire phone — the speccy Desire 10 Pro, and the decidedly entry-level Desire 10 Lifestyle. Show More Summary
HTC just unveiled the latest devices in its storied Desire line-up. HTC calls the Desire 10 Pro and Desire 10 Lifestyle “the biggest leap since the original Desire.”
As the holidays approach, OEMs often refresh their device portfolio to make sure that they put their best foot forward as a significant proportion of sales occur towards the end of the year. Today HTC is refreshing their mid-range with the Desire 10. Show More Summary
HTC today announced the Desire 10 series, a re-imagining of its mid-range handsets. Both the Desire 10 pro and Desire 10 lifestyle feature metal designs with matte finishes and gold highlights. Other shared features include 5.5-inch screens with Gorilla Glass, memory card support, and microUSB. Show More Summary
The last time we saw a new Desire phone, HTC had basically speckled it with paint in the name of fashion. We can't blame them -- the effect was pretty damned cool -- but now the company is trying something a little different with the new Desire 10 Lifestyle and Pro. Show More Summary
Remember HTC’s more affordable Desire phone? Well, it’s back, and this time around it’s looking pretty luxurious. HTC has announced the HTC Desire 10 pro and the HTC Desire 10 lifestyle phones. The idea here is that you get flagship features for a non-flagship price, and they certainly look the part. Show More Summary
We first got a glimpse of HTC’s soon-to-be-unveiled midranger the Desire 10 Lifestyle back in early August. Now it's back in more photos.
New renders of the HTC Desire 10 Lifestyle have leaked online along with some rumored specs for the phone, including a 5.5" display, 3GB of RAM, and more.
The Note 7 recall saga continues, HTC teases its next Desire, and Google opens an online gallery. The big news of the morning is that there are now 70 confirmed cases of Note 7s catching fire or exploding in the U.S. alone, as Samsung launches its own IMEI checker to reassure Note owners. Show More Summary