HTC’s hopes of sustaining strong sales numbers for the HTC 10 to possibly break even in the quarterly earnings soon may have been dashed. Weeks ago.

T-Mobile, which officially started selling the device on May 18, is said to have dropped it from online sales sometime in mid-July. In other words, the HTC 10 lasted nigh two months at the US’s number three carrier. This is the carrier that sold the BlackBerry Priv for only four months. Straggler units may be at a store near you, but it’s unlikely they’ll be around too long.

The company only has its newly-released Desire 530 at the Un-carrier and is selling a GSM unlocked version direct to customers.

Source: Reddit
Via: Android Police

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