Smartphone buyers in the U.S. are always in paradise as far as deals are concerned. The latest comes from Sprint, where the carrier is selling you the HTC 10, a flagship from 2016, for a price of just $240.
Unlike many other deals that folks in the country get, this one is not limited. Apparently, Sprint has permanently dropped the price of the HTC 10 to $240 and to make it even more interesting, you don’t need to stay on the carrier’s books after you grab this deal. As long as you can get the phone unlocked, it can be used on other networks in the U.S., including T-Mobile and AT&T.
This is a one-of-a-kind deal that you can’t afford to miss, even if the Taiwanese company has already unveiled an even better HTC U11 that features squeezable edges. Being a 2016 flagship, the HTC 10 is still a top-notch buy and it gets even better looking at the current price tag of just $240.
For this price, the HTC 10 gives you a decent 5.2-inch LCD screen with a QHD resolution and under the hood, there’s a blazing-fast Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC that is paired with 4GB RAM. Keeping the 10 alive is a 3000mAh battery unit and even though there’s Android Marshmallow out of the box, an update to Android Nougat is ready for download. The HTC 10 has a 12MP UltraPixel camera on the back with OIS, laser AF, 4K video recording, dual-tone LED flash and a 5MP lens for selfies, which also gets the same f/1.8 aperture, OIS, AF, HDR and 1080p video recording.
Usually, the HTC 10 costs $700 on Sprint. But this deal will chop off an impressive $460 and the best part is that this amount can be paid once or in installments of 24 months, with each month attracting a fee of just $10.