It turns out the bad news continue to show up for HTC with the latest one coming from T-Mobile in the United States.
The Magenta carrier has stopped selling the flagship device from the Taiwanese manufacturer, the HTC 10, two months after its launch.
According to a report, the company sold the handset from May 18th until mid-July after giving up on it. If you take a look at the company’s website, you will not find the HTC 10 listed in the carrier’s product portfolio. Although some of the company’s stores may have some stock left, but they aren’t getting any new stock now.
If you’re tied to T-Mobile and want to get your hands on HTC, you can still purchase it directly from HTC in unlocked flavor, but you’ll have to pay in full. It’s also available from other carriers in the country, but it seems a little confusing as to why the company removed it after two months only — we know sales is the only reason, but other carriers still have it listed on their website.
Anyone still interested in picking up the HTC 10 directly from the company?
Source: GSMArenaFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News