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The HTC 10 could be your favourite Android phone

Once upon a time, the HTC One was the best smartphone an Android fan could own.

The metal body design was a joy, the camera features were a marvel, the interface was stunning. The tech industry threw awards at it with alarming abandon. Even Apple got a bit worried. 

HTC followed up on their major smartphone success with the underwhelming M8 and downright woeful M9, leaving many to wonder if the original One was a... well, a One off.

Having had a play with their new flagship model, the HTC 10, we're happy to report the Taiwanese tech giant is back on track. 

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