As can be seen in the above picture from Phone Arena, the mystery token of appreciation is none other than an extra USB Type-C cable. While this might initially seem as a bit of a disappointment to those expecting something like a case or free Vive for example, given how many problems there are currently with third party USB-C cords, getting a free official one directly from the manufacturer of the device it’s intended for is a definitively decent doing.
With an extra USB-C cable, it is therefore possible to leave one at work, school, or even in the car, and keep the original one safely at home. The fact that it’s even packaged in an official product box no less, as opposed to simply throwing a random cord into an envelope, also serves to indicate HTC wanted to make the presentation as professional as possible.
For those who need a recap of the HTC 10, specs include the following:
5.2-inch Super LCD 5 display with curved-edge Gorilla Glass 2560 x 1440 resolution 564ppi