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  1. bsbharath1987's Avatar
    No doubt they make great phones, but the future of HTC is harder to predict. If they go under, or if another company buys them, we cannot be sure of timely updates to HTC 10.
    03-27-2016 10:05 AM
  2. D13H4RD2L1V3's Avatar
    Wait for the HTC 10 and evaluate both options.
    03-27-2016 12:22 PM
  3. DRM186's Avatar
    the S7 should be a bit better the the HTC 10 IMO as the water Resistance is a major plus (though the decrease in sound quality may make the HTC more desirable)
    03-30-2016 10:32 AM
  4. vahdyx's Avatar
    Depending on your carrier, if you have T-Mobile, then get JUMP on Demand and get them both. Try the S7/E out until the HTC comes out or is released. If you like the announcement, great get it at a $0 upgrade.

    Now if that's not an option, then wait until the HTC announcement if you have doubts. Otherwise go with the S7/E, like everyone said, it's a great phone and will have it's flaws, but no phone is perfect.

    I went S7/E and plan on selling the S7 if I like the HTC enough to make that move, but a large part of me thinks it's just gonna be another HTC phone which isn't bad, but not exciting. It's just gonna be a damn good phone where as Samsung is a damn good phone with gimmicks like split screen, or heart rate scanners, etc.

    It's a better value at the cost of some smoothness that HTC is well known for.
    03-31-2016 01:35 AM
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