HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G- White £105.99 @ Toby deals
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HTC 10 EVO 32GB 4G- White £105.99 @ Toby deals

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Found 15th May
I wouldn't normally post deals from Toby, but though this was really cheap and not much risk.
Great phone, great price.

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Meet HTC 10 evo.The metal unibody phone that combines sophisticated style with sound tuned to you. It’s a dramatic evolution of our sculpted by light style that’s also water, splash and dust resistant*. HTC 10 evo introduces the world’s 1st** USB Type-C dual adaptive earphones that tailor sound to your ears’ unique structure for a truly illuminating audio experience.

*HTC 10 evo has an IP57 rating and is water, splash and dust resistant. Normal wear and tear may decrease splash and water resistance over time. Do not intentionally submerge HTC 10 evo. Do not attempt to charge or otherwise use the USB Type-C port on a wet HTC 10 evo.
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I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks ago, and have no regrets getting this phone!

Suggest reading some of the latter posts with peoples observations on the phone, after they received it.
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3

Toby deals sent mine via UPS and no issues with Customs Charges, as they include this in the price. Arrived within a week.

Main things I would point out:

- Some people have mentioned it does not work on Vodafone, even though it states the bands on the website. No issues for me working on Three and tried an EE SIM too briefly.

- Great QHD screen, but not the brightest when using on a very bright sunny day.

- Camera will wipe the floor of any other phone sub-£200. Excellent quality and very detailed, also has Optical Stabilization.

- There is no 3.5mm headphone port, and will need to use the very good BoomSound headphones it comes with or your own bluetooth headphones. If you want to stick with wired headphones, you will have to purchase a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter made by HTC, as it contains a built in DAC. The cheap ones off ebay will not work, so save your time and money on these.
If you sign up to the "HTC Club" you can get it for £5 including delivery, otherwise they sell it for an eye watering £16 when I last looked a few weeks ago.

- Battery is average and lasts a day with around 20% left by end of day, after watching during the day a bit YouTube, fair bit of web browsing and a few calls/whatsapp. I recommend using it in "Battery Saver" mode and gives a bit longer, but screen slightly dims as a consequence. No issues indoors.

- The SD 810 processor gets lots of pokes about the heat in these posts, my experience it warms up a little and will only get really hot if gaming, which I am not using for other than Tetris and Bad Piggies.

- You get around 24GB of usable storage out of the 32GB on the device, but can add a Micro SD and run apps from this.

- In the box it comes with a proprietary UK specced HTC charger which has fast charge, and puts 50% charge on within 30-ish mins. (Makes a change, from other phones which come from abroad and have a foreign plug on and cannot take advantage of fast-charge.)

It all runs buttery smooth, for a middle of the road user like me, who uses lots of apps, but not a gamer. Faster and smoother than both my Nokia 6 and Redmi Note 4X I had previously.

Still crossing my fingers for the Android 8 Oreo update, but so far only seems to have hot the USA with the version badged as the "HTC Bolt".

If after the phone arrives you don't lick it, CEX will offer £108 for it in Grade B condition, so not much to loose.
Edited by: "g-diddy" 15th May
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Better screen than the oneplus 6 and a 6th of the price!!!!
Things to bear in mind from my experience. Speakers are not front facing (they point down) and are tinny. Camera is really good but taking video is not good as in low light the iso is waaay too high and there's far too much noise compared to other phones. Same goes for selfie videos, they lack sharpness even with beauty mode switched off and again the iso is too high. No headphone jack and you have to buy an adapter or send audio via bluetooth or to a chromecast audio to use standard headphone. If you can live with the compromises its a great price tho.
Edited by: "barneyonion" 15th May
The reviews of it seem to be pretty poor, like 2/5 etc?
OP was strongly against eglobal 2 days ago but is happy to post deals from sister site tobydeals ...Pathetic
hotukdeals.com/dea…454
pavel769 m ago

OP was strongly against eglobal 2 days ago but is happy to post deals from …OP was strongly against eglobal 2 days ago but is happy to post deals from sister site tobydeals ...Pathetichttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-mi-a1-32gb-works-on-all-uk-networks-ebay-m-m-telecom-for-15625-2939454


All about that sweet heat
pavel7610 m ago

OP was strongly against eglobal 2 days ago but is happy to post deals from …OP was strongly against eglobal 2 days ago but is happy to post deals from sister site tobydeals ...Pathetichttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xiaomi-mi-a1-32gb-works-on-all-uk-networks-ebay-m-m-telecom-for-15625-2939454


To be fair, the price was the factor here.
Nothing pathetic about it.
Toby deals I've been toying with buying from for a while, so saw this and thought I'd take the plunge.

heard too many stories about eglobal to warrant a purchase from there yet!
Shall wait and see how long it takes and if I have issues with this to make my final decision, you don't know until you try.
Having read a few posts from @msmyth etc. it's got me wondering so I shall wait and see.
A person can change their mind.
I never said strongly against anywhere.
But thanks for opening my eyes @pavel76 You and a few others have convinced me.
Mrswitch11 m ago

To be fair, the price was the factor here. Nothing pathetic about it. Toby …To be fair, the price was the factor here. Nothing pathetic about it. Toby deals I've been toying with buying from for a while, so saw this and thought I'd take the plunge. heard too many stories about eglobal to warrant a purchase from there yet! Shall wait and see how long it takes and if I have issues with this to make my final decision, you don't know until you try. Having read a few posts from @msmyth etc. it's got me wondering so I shall wait and see.A person can change their mind. I never said strongly against anywhere.But thanks for opening my eyes @pavel76 You and a few others have convinced me.


You didn't want to listen other people talking about good experience with eglobal and only tried to defend your more expensive deal... now we can see deal from toby... so yes, pathetic
MeteorUK113 m ago

All about that sweet heat


Not really, have you seen my latest postings?
pavel761 m ago

You didn't want to listen other people talking about good experience with …You didn't want to listen other people talking about good experience with eglobal and only tried to defend your more expensive deal... now we can see deal from toby... so yes, pathetic


That's your opinion and you are entitled to it, but on this occasion your opinion is wrong.
This or the moto E4 plus
Mrswitch52 m ago

To be fair, the price was the factor here. Nothing pathetic about it. Toby …To be fair, the price was the factor here. Nothing pathetic about it. Toby deals I've been toying with buying from for a while, so saw this and thought I'd take the plunge. heard too many stories about eglobal to warrant a purchase from there yet! Shall wait and see how long it takes and if I have issues with this to make my final decision, you don't know until you try. Having read a few posts from @msmyth etc. it's got me wondering so I shall wait and see.A person can change their mind. I never said strongly against anywhere.But thanks for opening my eyes @pavel76 You and a few others have convinced me.


Toby is the same company as eglobal though.
Simon_Warner2 m ago

Toby is the same company as eglobal though.


Am I meant to just guess that? How am I supposed to know without people on here telling me.

Its not like I woke up this morning thinking "hmm why don't I check out if eglobal has any sister companies"
Mrswitch6 m ago

Am I meant to just guess that? How am I supposed to know without people on …Am I meant to just guess that? How am I supposed to know without people on here telling me.Its not like I woke up this morning thinking "hmm why don't I check out if eglobal has any sister companies"


Thought it was common knowledge on hukd as been said enough times but I guess not. But now you know lol
Simon_Warner4 m ago

Thought it was common knowledge on hukd as been said enough times but I …Thought it was common knowledge on hukd as been said enough times but I guess not. But now you know lol


I certainly do cheers
I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks ago, and have no regrets getting this phone!

Suggest reading some of the latter posts with peoples observations on the phone, after they received it.
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3

Toby deals sent mine via UPS and no issues with Customs Charges, as they include this in the price. Arrived within a week.

Main things I would point out:

- Some people have mentioned it does not work on Vodafone, even though it states the bands on the website. No issues for me working on Three and tried an EE SIM too briefly.

- Great QHD screen, but not the brightest when using on a very bright sunny day.

- Camera will wipe the floor of any other phone sub-£200. Excellent quality and very detailed, also has Optical Stabilization.

- There is no 3.5mm headphone port, and will need to use the very good BoomSound headphones it comes with or your own bluetooth headphones. If you want to stick with wired headphones, you will have to purchase a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter made by HTC, as it contains a built in DAC. The cheap ones off ebay will not work, so save your time and money on these.
If you sign up to the "HTC Club" you can get it for £5 including delivery, otherwise they sell it for an eye watering £16 when I last looked a few weeks ago.

- Battery is average and lasts a day with around 20% left by end of day, after watching during the day a bit YouTube, fair bit of web browsing and a few calls/whatsapp. I recommend using it in "Battery Saver" mode and gives a bit longer, but screen slightly dims as a consequence. No issues indoors.

- The SD 810 processor gets lots of pokes about the heat in these posts, my experience it warms up a little and will only get really hot if gaming, which I am not using for other than Tetris and Bad Piggies.

- You get around 24GB of usable storage out of the 32GB on the device, but can add a Micro SD and run apps from this.

- In the box it comes with a proprietary UK specced HTC charger which has fast charge, and puts 50% charge on within 30-ish mins. (Makes a change, from other phones which come from abroad and have a foreign plug on and cannot take advantage of fast-charge.)

It all runs buttery smooth, for a middle of the road user like me, who uses lots of apps, but not a gamer. Faster and smoother than both my Nokia 6 and Redmi Note 4X I had previously.

Still crossing my fingers for the Android 8 Oreo update, but so far only seems to have hot the USA with the version badged as the "HTC Bolt".

If after the phone arrives you don't lick it, CEX will offer £108 for it in Grade B condition, so not much to loose.
Edited by: "g-diddy" 15th May
g-diddy22 m ago

I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks …I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks ago, and have no regrets getting this phone!Suggest reading some of the latter posts with peoples observations on the phone, after they received it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-10-evo-in-white-32gb3gb-memory-sd-810-processor-55in-qhd-screen-16mp-camera-tobys-deals-for-10999-2930135?page=3#comment-33722966Toby deals sent mine via UPS and no issues with Customs Charges, as they include this in the price. Arrived within a week.Main things I would point out:- Some people have mentioned it does not work on Vodafone, even though it states the bands on the website. No issues for me working on Three and tried an EE SIM too briefly.- Great QHD screen, but not the brightest when using on a very bright sunny day.- Camera will wipe the floor of any other phone sub-£200. Excellent quality and very detailed, also has Optical Stabilization.- There is no 3.5mm headphone port, and will need to use the very good BoomSound headphones it comes with or your own bluetooth headphones. If you want to stick with wired headphones, you will have to purchase a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter made by HTC, as it contains a built in DAC. The cheap ones off ebay will not work, so save your time and money on these.If you sign up to the "HTC Club" you can get it for £5 including delivery, otherwise they sell it for an eye watering £16 when I last looked a few weeks ago.- Battery is average and lasts a day with around 20% left by end of day, after watching during the day a bit YouTube, fair bit of web browsing and a few calls/whatsapp. I recommend using it in "Battery Saver" mode and gives a bit longer, but screen slightly dims as a consequence. No issues indoors.- The SD 810 processor gets lots of pokes about the heat in these posts, my experience it warms up a little and will only get really hot if gaming, which I am not using for other than Tetris and Bad Piggies.- You get around 24GB of usable storage out of the 32GB on the device, but can add a Micro SD and run apps from this.- In the box it comes with a proprietary UK specced HTC charger which has fast charge, and puts 50% charge on within 30-ish mins. (Makes a change, from other phones which come from abroad and have a foreign plug on and cannot take advantage of fast-charge.)It all runs buttery smooth, for a middle of the road user like me, who uses lots of apps, but not a gamer. Faster and smoother than both my Nokia 6 and Redmi Note 4X I had previously.Still crossing my fingers for the Android 8 Oreo update, but so far only seems to have hot the USA with the version badged as the "HTC Bolt".If after the phone arrives you don't lick it, CEX will offer £108 for it in Grade B condition, so not much to loose.


Thanks for an impartial comment, much obliged.
Isnt the on screen time something like 3hrs. Pretty poor.
This is a 2016 phone according to gsmarena - does that make any difference?

Not that I take THAT much notice, but I have seen one or two comments recently about phones being 'obsolete'.

Voted hot tho'.
Snapdragon 810
3GB RAM
Just over a ton?

Hot from meee
Good phone have one myself.cant go wrong for 💯. sometimes it lags for no reason.but still lot faster than other 💯 phones camera is quite good.battery life varies.some days feels good other days not so good.ive had upto six hours screen time but it's mostly around four.hey and it's waterproof and metal so solid
Mrswitch19 h, 3 m ago

Am I meant to just guess that? How am I supposed to know without people on …Am I meant to just guess that? How am I supposed to know without people on here telling me.Its not like I woke up this morning thinking "hmm why don't I check out if eglobal has any sister companies"


Woke up??? You NEVER sleep!!!
g-diddy18 h, 44 m ago

I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks …I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks ago, and have no regrets getting this phone!Suggest reading some of the latter posts with peoples observations on the phone, after they received it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-10-evo-in-white-32gb3gb-memory-sd-810-processor-55in-qhd-screen-16mp-camera-tobys-deals-for-10999-2930135?page=3#comment-33722966Toby deals sent mine via UPS and no issues with Customs Charges, as they include this in the price. Arrived within a week.Main things I would point out:- Some people have mentioned it does not work on Vodafone, even though it states the bands on the website. No issues for me working on Three and tried an EE SIM too briefly.- Great QHD screen, but not the brightest when using on a very bright sunny day.- Camera will wipe the floor of any other phone sub-£200. Excellent quality and very detailed, also has Optical Stabilization.- There is no 3.5mm headphone port, and will need to use the very good BoomSound headphones it comes with or your own bluetooth headphones. If you want to stick with wired headphones, you will have to purchase a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter made by HTC, as it contains a built in DAC. The cheap ones off ebay will not work, so save your time and money on these.If you sign up to the "HTC Club" you can get it for £5 including delivery, otherwise they sell it for an eye watering £16 when I last looked a few weeks ago.- Battery is average and lasts a day with around 20% left by end of day, after watching during the day a bit YouTube, fair bit of web browsing and a few calls/whatsapp. I recommend using it in "Battery Saver" mode and gives a bit longer, but screen slightly dims as a consequence. No issues indoors.- The SD 810 processor gets lots of pokes about the heat in these posts, my experience it warms up a little and will only get really hot if gaming, which I am not using for other than Tetris and Bad Piggies.- You get around 24GB of usable storage out of the 32GB on the device, but can add a Micro SD and run apps from this.- In the box it comes with a proprietary UK specced HTC charger which has fast charge, and puts 50% charge on within 30-ish mins. (Makes a change, from other phones which come from abroad and have a foreign plug on and cannot take advantage of fast-charge.)It all runs buttery smooth, for a middle of the road user like me, who uses lots of apps, but not a gamer. Faster and smoother than both my Nokia 6 and Redmi Note 4X I had previously.Still crossing my fingers for the Android 8 Oreo update, but so far only seems to have hot the USA with the version badged as the "HTC Bolt".If after the phone arrives you don't lick it, CEX will offer £108 for it in Grade B condition, so not much to loose.


I think you did as well, I was actually going to order this previously, to replace a Sammy Note 3 for someone, so after reading your very helpful comments and positive feedback from a real owner of the device on hukd, I have ordered one! They have also gone in to cex this morning ((local to them)) and have been given the choice of £100 in cash OR a £125 voucher thing to spend on anything they want in cex in the future, for their Note 3!!
bitcoin51 h, 23 m ago

Woke up??? You NEVER sleep!!!


This is true, deals sleep for no man, or woman?
Edited by: "Mrswitch" 16th May
FFS, I was *just* about to buy this but then I read the old thread that says it lacks B20, despite the website's description
Does it get that hot ? I'm currently using honor 9 lite but would like quick charging
The honor 9 lite screen is superb outdoors as well
I'm probably just being blind, is this dual SIM?

Choosing between this or the Xiaomi Note 5 global 32GB version, but I'm waiting for the latter to go below £130.
Does it come with the usb type c headphones in the box when you buy from toby deals?

(On Eglobal site they say that's only included in the box the phone, the charger and a usb type c cable)
emu17th May

Does it get that hot ? I'm currently using honor 9 lite but would like …Does it get that hot ? I'm currently using honor 9 lite but would like quick charging


If you are playing a demanding game, yes...

But for average browsing, news apps and music, it gets mildly warm in the hand.

Charges 0-50% in around 30ish mins.
mastermind2120th May

Does it come with the usb type c headphones in the box when you buy from …Does it come with the usb type c headphones in the box when you buy from toby deals?(On Eglobal site they say that's only included in the box the phone, the charger and a usb type c cable)


Yes has the HTC Boom Sound ear phones in box, but with a USB-C connector on end. They are supposed to be very good, but not tried them myself.

No USB-C to 3.5mm adapter is included, don't try buying a cheap adapter off eBay it will not work.

You'll need to buy a genuine HTC one, they are about £19 on HTC's website, but sign up to HTC Club and get it for around £5-6. Apparently it contains a high quality DAX in the connector and hence why justify price. But I'll leave that for others to argue about, but works fine for me.
Spottybutterfly18th May

I'm probably just being blind, is this dual SIM?Choosing between this or …I'm probably just being blind, is this dual SIM?Choosing between this or the Xiaomi Note 5 global 32GB version, but I'm waiting for the latter to go below £130.


No it is a single SIM and a separate drawer for Micro SD.
g-diddy15th May

I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks …I think i was the first to post this deal when was £109.99 about 4-5 weeks ago, and have no regrets getting this phone!Suggest reading some of the latter posts with peoples observations on the phone, after they received it.https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/htc-10-evo-in-white-32gb3gb-memory-sd-810-processor-55in-qhd-screen-16mp-camera-tobys-deals-for-10999-2930135?page=3#comment-33722966Toby deals sent mine via UPS and no issues with Customs Charges, as they include this in the price. Arrived within a week.Main things I would point out:- Some people have mentioned it does not work on Vodafone, even though it states the bands on the website. No issues for me working on Three and tried an EE SIM too briefly.- Great QHD screen, but not the brightest when using on a very bright sunny day.- Camera will wipe the floor of any other phone sub-£200. Excellent quality and very detailed, also has Optical Stabilization.- There is no 3.5mm headphone port, and will need to use the very good BoomSound headphones it comes with or your own bluetooth headphones. If you want to stick with wired headphones, you will have to purchase a USB-C to 3.5mm adapter made by HTC, as it contains a built in DAC. The cheap ones off ebay will not work, so save your time and money on these.If you sign up to the "HTC Club" you can get it for £5 including delivery, otherwise they sell it for an eye watering £16 when I last looked a few weeks ago.- Battery is average and lasts a day with around 20% left by end of day, after watching during the day a bit YouTube, fair bit of web browsing and a few calls/whatsapp. I recommend using it in "Battery Saver" mode and gives a bit longer, but screen slightly dims as a consequence. No issues indoors.- The SD 810 processor gets lots of pokes about the heat in these posts, my experience it warms up a little and will only get really hot if gaming, which I am not using for other than Tetris and Bad Piggies.- You get around 24GB of usable storage out of the 32GB on the device, but can add a Micro SD and run apps from this.- In the box it comes with a proprietary UK specced HTC charger which has fast charge, and puts 50% charge on within 30-ish mins. (Makes a change, from other phones which come from abroad and have a foreign plug on and cannot take advantage of fast-charge.)It all runs buttery smooth, for a middle of the road user like me, who uses lots of apps, but not a gamer. Faster and smoother than both my Nokia 6 and Redmi Note 4X I had previously.Still crossing my fingers for the Android 8 Oreo update, but so far only seems to have hot the USA with the version badged as the "HTC Bolt".If after the phone arrives you don't lick it, CEX will offer £108 for it in Grade B condition, so not much to loose.


£105.44 here now eglobalcentraluk.com/xia…f00
This or the Honor 9 lite?
Is anybody else who bought this having issues. Mine has started to lag. Even after a full reset it runs with a 2second delay to any input on the touchscreen.
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