T-Mobile has reportedly stopped selling HTC’s latest flagship handset --- HTC 10

T-Mobile has reportedly stopped selling HTC’s latest flagship handset --- HTC 10

According to a Thursday night 9to5Google report, US wireless carrier T-Mobile has stopped selling Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC’s latest flagship handset -- the HTC 10.

The HTC 10 smartphone is HTC’s newest and most attractive flagship handset which bagged the title of “the best Android flagship of 2016” from Ars Technica. The 5.3-inch handset was launched by the company in April; and, thanks to its noteworthy specifications, it can pose a substantial challenge to any other flagship handset in the world.

Along with the 9to5Google report about T-Mobile having dropped HTC 10 smartphone after selling for barely three months, a Reddit user "looking to Jump to the HTC 10" has also recently reported that T-Mobile evidently stopping selling the handset in July.

In a recent PSA, Redditer spartan_II_117, who seemingly wanted to purchase the HTC 10, said: "I was told [by customer service] I might find them in store, but cannot guarantee it. Strange to see a phone like this get dropped."

The end of support for the HTC 10 handset by T-Mobile will apparently place HTC in an extremely difficult position, especially with regard to the company’s efforts to remain afloat in the US smartphone market.

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