Homtom HT16 Pro available on flash sale for $69.99!


The Homtom HT16 Pro is the upgraded version of the HT16 and it was launched back in July this year. The smartphone which was announced as a great low budget alternative is now available in a flash sale on Aliexpress.

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Let’s have a short recap about Homtom HT16 Pro’s specs. The phone comes with a 5.0-inch HD IPS display, a MediaTek MT6737 CPU, 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage (expandable through microSD). It is Dual SIM Dual Standby (Micro SIM + Micro SIM) and features Bluetooth 4.0 and Radio FM.

Homtom Ht16 Pro

Homtom’s smartphone is powered by a 3000mAh battery, which should translate in a good autonomy, given the small screen size and resolution, plus it’s also removable. The HT16 Pro comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box.

Homtom Ht16 Pro

You can find the Homtom HT16 Pro for $69.99 over at Aliexpress, either in this store or this one.

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8 Comments

  1. Frank Gabriel
    December 6, 2016

    Specs are wong in the article mt6580 is the old and not the pro

  2. Frank Gabriel
    December 6, 2016

    Specs are wong in the article mt6580 is the old and not the pro

  3. December 7, 2016

    I so hate the design of those capacitive buttons. Homtom are still just Doogee in disguise, and have yet to produce a phone that is worthy of any money.
    I even tried the HT20(rugged), was going to do a review, it was well built, but software bugs and the device’s microphone could not be heard at all when speaking(genius engineering), so I had to disassemble it and remove the mic cap, but sacrificing water resistance. And again, horrible camera, no gyro or magenetic sensor(which are must for a rugged phone), and the price is 120$, no thank you.

    • MitsosDaBest
      December 7, 2016

      You are right. My HomTom HT3 Pro looks pretty in Orange, but the capacitive buttons are ugly with no backlight and the ROM is garbage… Many bugs and lags. Waste of money… =(

      • December 7, 2016

        They may be cheap, but nothing really functions properly in general.
        You also get absolutely no aftersale support.
        For 70-80$ your best option is a second hand phone.
        Better get a reliable second hand than a crappy new one.

  4. Steven Fox
    December 7, 2016

    I so hate the design of those capacitive buttons. Homtom are still just Doogee in disguise, and have yet to produce a phone that is worthy of any money.
    I even tried the HT20(rugged), was going to do a review, it was well built, but software bugs and the device’s microphone could not be heard at all when speaking(genius engineering), so I had to disassemble it and remove the mic cap, but sacrificing water resistance. And again, horrible camera, no gyro or magenetic sensor(which are must for a rugged phone), and the price is 120$, no thank you.

    • MitsosDaBest
      December 7, 2016

      You are right. My HomTom HT3 Pro looks pretty in Orange, but the capacitive buttons are ugly with no backlight and the ROM is garbage… Many bugs and lags. Waste of money… =(

    • Steven Fox
      December 7, 2016

      They may be cheap, but nothing really functions properly in general.
      You also get absolutely no aftersale support.
      For 70-80$ your best option is a second hand phone.
      Better get a reliable second hand than a crappy new one.