The #HTC10 is creating quite the buzz across the world ever since it was announced yesterday. However, we’re coming across news that could potentially disappoint American customers. HTC’s Jeff Gordon has mentioned that the HTC 10 might only be sold in a 32GB configuration in the U.S. This is not that big of an issue from a user’s perspective, especially considering the fact that the handset comes with a microSD card slot underneath.
Knowing how Samsung has skipped the larger storage variants for the U.S. market, it makes sense for HTC to follow the same route. Whether the customers will agree with HTC’s decision is only for time to tell, but this is certainly disappointing news for customers who were expecting to get the 64GB model of the HTC 10 at launch.
The HTC 10 (32GB) will be available next month for $699. As of now, the 64GB model appears to be available on HTC UK’s website, so this seems to be a U.S. only exemption for the time being.
Source: @urbanstrata – Twitter