HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - White £109.99 @ eglobalcentraluk
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HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G LTE SIM FREE/ UNLOCKED - White £109.99 @ eglobalcentraluk

£109.99£116.395%eGlobal Central Deals
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Found 8th May
is this a good deal?
sd810, nfc, and usb-c

Feature
- Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 810, octa-core, up to 2.0 Ghz

- 32Gb, 3GB RAM, microSD

- 5.5" Super LCD Screen, 2560 x 1440 pixels, 534 ppi

- 16MP main camera with OIS and ultra-fast autofocus

- 8MP selfie camera with integrated screen flash and super wide angle selfie panoramas

- 5.5” Corning ® Gorilla® Glass® 5 screen

- HTC BoomSound™ Adaptive Audio

- 3200mAh battery and Quick Charge technology

- Android™ 7.0 with HTC Sense


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I posted this deal, 2-3 weeks ago for same price but from Toby's Deals who are just another trading name for e-Global...

Here is the original post with over 100 comments.
hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-10-evo-in-white-32gb3gb-memory-sd-810-processor-55in-qhd-screen-16mp-camera-tobys-deals-for-10999-2930135

Some people say can't get 4G on Vodafone, I am using Three and also tried EE with no issues.

Supposed to be getting Android Oreo, but reports seem a little patchy.

Brilliant QHD screen and camera excellent!

No issues with NFC and works with Google Pay.

I'm not a power user, but no issues with web browsing and all the major apps I've installed. Phones gets slightly warm, and only really hot is really pushing processor.

Could be worth taking a punt, if you fancy s near Flagship phone from about 18 months ago.

If you want to take a punt, snd not happy with it, CEX are offering £117 for Grade A and £108 for Grade B, so if not happy with it after it arrives, you don't have much to loose. I think they classify it as Grade B if box opened.
uk.webuy.com/pro…20b

There's lots of people quick to criticise, but I feel this is easily the best phone available for £110. Build quality is excellent!
Edited by: "g-diddy" 9th May
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IIRC the Snapdragon 810 had a tendency to run quite hot and phones that had that chip sometimes suffered with poor battery life.
Sprograt4 m ago

IIRC the Snapdragon 810 had a tendency to run quite hot and phones that …IIRC the Snapdragon 810 had a tendency to run quite hot and phones that had that chip sometimes suffered with poor battery life.


Decent price though.

EDIT- I thought it was the standard HTC 10. Never mind.
Edited by: "RickDoyle" 8th May
RickDoyle1 m ago

Decent price though.


The price is OK but going off what's been said on XDA I wouldn't have one.
Very good deal, if you can stomach the butterflies that come with ordering from eglobal its a no brainy

could also make it £104.99 if you enter CHKOUT5 according savoo.co.uk/m-e…tml
aiman22234 m ago

Very good deal, if you can stomach the butterflies that come with ordering …Very good deal, if you can stomach the butterflies that come with ordering from eglobal its a no brainycould also make it £104.99 if you enter CHKOUT5 according https://www.savoo.co.uk/m-eGlobal-Central-UK-vouchers.html#p-4967605


Good spot, and still over £100 so will qualify for replicated merchant obligations serviced in UK via S75 direct credit card payment to EGC.
AndyRoyd11 m ago

Good spot, and still over £100 so will qualify for replicated merchant …Good spot, and still over £100 so will qualify for replicated merchant obligations serviced in UK via S75 direct credit card payment to EGC.


Was does that mean?
I posted this deal, 2-3 weeks ago for same price but from Toby's Deals who are just another trading name for e-Global...

Here is the original post with over 100 comments.
hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-10-evo-in-white-32gb3gb-memory-sd-810-processor-55in-qhd-screen-16mp-camera-tobys-deals-for-10999-2930135

Some people say can't get 4G on Vodafone, I am using Three and also tried EE with no issues.

Supposed to be getting Android Oreo, but reports seem a little patchy.

Brilliant QHD screen and camera excellent!

No issues with NFC and works with Google Pay.

I'm not a power user, but no issues with web browsing and all the major apps I've installed. Phones gets slightly warm, and only really hot is really pushing processor.

Could be worth taking a punt, if you fancy s near Flagship phone from about 18 months ago.

If you want to take a punt, snd not happy with it, CEX are offering £117 for Grade A and £108 for Grade B, so if not happy with it after it arrives, you don't have much to loose. I think they classify it as Grade B if box opened.
uk.webuy.com/pro…20b

There's lots of people quick to criticise, but I feel this is easily the best phone available for £110. Build quality is excellent!
Edited by: "g-diddy" 9th May
£104 with BUY599 code
g-diddy7 h, 4 m ago

I posted this deal, 2-3 weeks ago for same price but from Toby's Deals who …I posted this deal, 2-3 weeks ago for same price but from Toby's Deals who are just another trading name for e-Global...Here is the original post with over 100 comments.hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-10-evo-in-white-32gb3gb-memory-sd-810-processor-55in-qhd-screen-16mp-camera-tobys-deals-for-10999-2930135Some people say can't get 4G on Vodafone, I am using Three and also tried EE with no issues.Supposed to be getting Android Oreo, but reports seem a little patchy.Brilliant QHD screen and camera excellent!No issues with NFC and works with Google Pay.I'm not a power user, but no issues with web browsing and all the major apps I've installed. Phones gets slightly warm, and only really hot is really pushing processor.Could be worth taking a punt, if you fancy s near Flagship phone from about 18 months ago.If you want to take a punt, snd not happy with it, CEX are offering £117 for Grade A and £108 for Grade B, so if not happy with it after it arrives, you don't have much to loose. I think they classify it as Grade B if box opened.https://uk.webuy.com/product-detail?id=shtc10evo32gsunlb&categoryName=phones%20android&superCatName=phones&title=htc%2010%20evo%2032gb%20silver,%20unlocked%20bThere's lots of people quick to criticise, but I feel this is easily the best phone available for £110. Build quality is excellent!


I wouldn’t bother selling to CeX. They are experts in giving you the grade C price but selling it as a grade A, or finding faults that don’t exist. I would put it on eBay personally, still get more than that and probably less hassle.

That said, it does look like a lot of phone for the money even if it’s an older chipset.
Heat
HEAT! Bought one for my mother to replace her Redmi 2.
Now looking for a heavy duty case that would prevent her from destroying it
What's the battery life like ?
emu1 h, 45 m ago

What's the battery life like ?


Pretty typical of all Android phones, comes with a 3200 mAh battery.

Lasts a day for me, with bit of browsing, music streaming and YouTube. Around 15-20% left by 10pm.
Edited by: "g-diddy" 9th May
Or you can have a New M9 with 12mth warranty on ebay for £139
HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G LTE or hotukdeals.com/dea…678 ?

I cannot decide. Already using a HTC M8 so was pretty comforable with HTC but the removal of the standard earphone jack has put me off.
Edited by: "amz_h1" 9th May
kremix43 m ago

Or you can have a New M9 with 12mth warranty on ebay for £139


The concept of 12m warranty and ebay is often a conflicting combination, unless the merchant is a UK-based and has a credible physical address to facilitate successful serving of court docs.
I have this phone. From brand new it was excellent, could not fault it at all. Quick, good battery life (for quite a heavy user), camera was great although I'm not a photographer and the quick charge feature is fantastic!
After a while though the battery life has become terrible, barely lasts a day for me! Mines O2 and has Oreo which seems to have slowed it up quite a bit too!
This or the moto E4 plus
I bought this before. Everything was fine but audio via any headphones was very poor.
Did I hear right that it is a Hongkong version and no 800MHz?
kremix1 h, 32 m ago

Did I hear right that it is a Hongkong version and no 800MHz?


Im not all that clued up on the bands, but in the Toby Deal post I did a few weeks ago one or two people reported Vodafone was not working on LTE.

Im using Three on LTE/3G with no issues and briefly tried an EE SIM which got 4G no problem.

Whether this is a Hong Kong version I would be unable to say.

But mine came with a UK style socket/power adapter in the sealed box and everything was in English, so assume it is for a market like HK, India or the UK, which all use the same power plugs.

Whether the below information is correct for the one being sold here, but on the HTC India website it states the below bands:

"Network
  • 2G/2.5G - GSM/GPRS/EDGE
  • 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
  • 3G UMTS
  • 850/900/1900/2100 MHz
  • 4G LTE (up to 300Mbps)
  • FDD: Bands 1,3,5,7,8,20,28
  • TDD: Bands 38, 40, 41
  • Support Cat 6 LTE, download up to 300 Mbps, upload up to 50 Mbps"

I'll try and dig out the box tonight to see if I can identify the market is meant to be sold for, but just to re-iterate you should have no issues with Three or EE using this phone, like I am currently.
Edited by: "g-diddy" 9th May
Great price, bad phone with the dreaded SD810.
The SD810 was so bad Samsung gave it a miss in 2015, even LG didn't use it in the G4.
Edited by: "realdeals" 9th May
g-diddy1 h, 55 m ago

Im not all that clued up on the bands, but in the Toby Deal post I did a …Im not all that clued up on the bands, but in the Toby Deal post I did a few weeks ago one or two people reported Vodafone was not working on LTE.Im using Three on LTE/3G with no issues and briefly tried an EE SIM which got 4G no problem.Whether this is a Hong Kong version I would be unable to say.But mine came with a UK style socket/power adapter in the sealed box and everything was in English, so assume it is for a market like HK, India or the UK, which all use the same power plugs.Whether the below information is correct for the one being sold here, but on the HTC India website it states the below bands:"Network2G/2.5G - GSM/GPRS/EDGE850/900/1800/1900 MHz3G UMTS850/900/1900/2100 MHz4G LTE (up to 300Mbps)FDD: Bands 1,3,5,7,8,20,28TDD: Bands 38, 40, 41Support Cat 6 LTE, download up to 300 Mbps, upload up to 50 Mbps"I'll try and dig out the box tonight to see if I can identify the market is meant to be sold for, but just to re-iterate you should have no issues with Three or EE using this phone, like I am currently.


That appears to be missing 800MHz, ie band 20...

Just to be sure you may be able to check with this app... meetsammy.com/che…id/
Edited by: "kashavsehra" 9th May
The eglobal site however does state:-

(B20) 800MHZ (B20) 800MHZ
Wonder if this is better than my honor 9 lite ? Anybody owned both
amz_h19 h, 4 m ago

HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G LTE or Global Version Xiaomi Mi A1 ?I cannot decide. …HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G LTE or Global Version Xiaomi Mi A1 ?I cannot decide. Already using a HTC M8 so was pretty comforable with HTC but the removal of the standard earphone jack has put me off.


The Xiaomi MI A1 is a cracking phone for the money it's as fast as my OnePlus 3 and it was half the price of the OnePlus 3 also you can't fault the build quality on the MI A1 it feels as good as any big brand phone including Apple, Samsung & Sony etc. If I was you I would get the MI A1 as it receives monthly security updates and it will definitely be getting Android P (9) as well, the HTC has long been forgotten thank God the Snapdragon 810 wasn't one of the best for Qualcomm.
realdeals5 h, 30 m ago

Great price, bad phone with the dreaded SD810.The SD810 was so bad Samsung …Great price, bad phone with the dreaded SD810.The SD810 was so bad Samsung gave it a miss in 2015, even LG didn't use it in the G4.


I'm using an HTC to type this, it's very fast even compared to the M9 Edit: ignore me, I didn't realise the Evo was inferior, chipset wise
Edited by: "Rhythmeister" 9th May
Screen is excellent for the price. I bought this phone partially to try VR and it's very good. Has all the sensors you need. Turn on HTC power saver and the battery is good. You won't find the same specs for #110 many places. Only downside is no 800mhz 4g used by O2/giffgaff . Other networks use it too but with O2 it's their main 4G frequency
emu21 h, 46 m ago

What's the battery life like ?


Older SOC such as SD810 won't be as power efficient as newer chip today, so it consume more battery for doing the same tasks. So even with the same battery capacity, phones with newer processors would generally have better battery life (i.e. SD625 on 14nm vs SD810 on 20nm).
kcspurs17 h, 4 m ago

This or the moto E4 plus


It's a no brainer. Get this. The specs are much better.
JoeLennox40 m ago

Apart from the battery, HTC 10 EVO is roughtly twice as good on all …Apart from the battery, HTC 10 EVO is roughtly twice as good on all accountshttps://www.devicespecifications.com/en/comparison/4cf810302f


I've had the phone 2-3 weeks now and battery is fine for a days usage, if not a really heavy user.

Also it comes in the box with an official UK plugged fast charger and puts 50% charge into the phone in 30(ish) mins.
Yes the battery is fine for me too, but the Moto E4 Plus does have a bigger one.
kremix9th May

Did I hear right that it is a Hongkong version and no 800MHz?


I got one from tobydeals. No 800mhz and the start up language is Vietnamese.
kashavsehra9th May

The eglobal site however does state:-(B20) 800MHZ (B20) 800MHZ


Yeah it doesn't have b20 so I have put in for partial refund through PayPal as I Am on o2
kreames1 h, 42 m ago

I got one from tobydeals. No 800mhz and the start up language is …I got one from tobydeals. No 800mhz and the start up language is Vietnamese.

That's odd.coz the Vietnam HTC site does state b20...

htc.com/vn/smartphones/htc-10-evo/

4G LTE (lên đến 300Mbps)
FDD: Dải băng tần 1,3,5,7,8,20,28


Have you tried changing any settings etc?
Edited by: "kashavsehra" 11th May
kashavsehra49 m ago

That's odd.coz the Vietnam HTC site does state …That's odd.coz the Vietnam HTC site does state b20...htc.com/vn/smartphones/htc-10-evo/4G LTE (lên đến 300Mbps)FDD: Dải băng tần 1,3,5,7,8,20,28Have you tried changing any settings etc?


This is the exact model from Toby Deals:
imei.info/pho…b2/
Looks like 800mhz isn't used in the US LTE market but they added it when they rebardged the HTC Bolt to the HTC 10 EVO For the international market. The HTC 10 EVO doesn't support 1900mhz, which is used by Sprint in the USA (the HTC Bolt is exclusively for Sprint). So I guess that explains it all.
JoeLennox1 h, 21 m ago

Looks like 800mhz isn't used in the US LTE market but they added it when …Looks like 800mhz isn't used in the US LTE market but they added it when they rebardged the HTC Bolt to the HTC 10 EVO For the international market. The HTC 10 EVO doesn't support 1900mhz, which is used by Sprint in the USA (the HTC Bolt is exclusively for Sprint). So I guess that explains it all.


Yes so it look like Toby deals are actually actually selling the HTC bolt and not the Evo... Was the box branded as the HTC bolt?

I wonder if the phone can be flashed with the Evo firmware to convert it from US to international?
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