Just how much should one read between the line when it comes to a piece of news or an announcement? The recently announced HTC 10 flagship smartphone from the Taiwanese manufacturer is said to come with an unlockable bootloader as well as IP53 certification, looks set to arrive in the US in a 32GB model.
The US is getting HTC 10 in 32GB (with expandable Flex Storage) in Carbon Gray or Glacier Silver (with black front). https://t.co/1A2sTe5Kov
— Jeff Gordon (@urbanstrata) April 12, 2016
Now available for pre-order in the US, it will arrive Stateside in either Glacier Silver, or Carbon Gray shades, but if you are on the lookout for a 64GB model, then you might be disappointed. Jeff Gordon, Senior Global Online Communications Manager at HTC, mentioned on Twitter as you can see above that the US would be picking the flagship device in a 32GB model, having responded to a question about a 64GB model by a customer.
Having said that, the new HTC flagship phone will come with a microSD memory card slot, which would certainly be able to make up for any perceived potential lack of internal storage that arrives with the 32GB model HTC 10. Would you still pick up the HTC 10 even though there is no 64GB model arriving Stateside?