While we've got our textual first impressions of the HTC 10 up and available for you, we've also got them in easy-to-digest video form! Mark Burstiner takes a quick look at the newest flagship from HTC in our latest set of moving pictures we have placed on the YouTube.
To give you the quick rundown: the HTC 10 is coming out here in the US in early May, and the unlocked version with 32GB of storage will sticker for $699. The 10 ticks many of the same boxes as the LG G5 and Samsung Galaxy S7 here in America - a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, at least 32GB of storage, microSD card slot, a strong on-paper camera, a fingerprint scanner, and Android 6.0.
What HTC adds to the equation is its signature Sense UI (now even more toned down ands stock-like), dual speakers (even if not both front-facing), a front-facing camera with OIS, a more powerful headphone amplifier, and some rather... interesting capacitive navigation keys.
The 10 is easily the biggest departure in terms of hardware design and layout since the original One M7, and there's no doubt it's an interesting phone.
Expect our full text review next week, with our video review to follow soon thereafter.