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A well-rounded phablet

HTC Desire 816

from Digital Versus (6 days ago)

The HTC Desire 816 may not be a headline-grabbing phablet but it's a very good handset that's a well-rounded device with no major flaws. In fact, we'd probably even recommend it over the One Max, in spite of the latter's higher-end credentials. The Desire 816 is on par with the Sony Xperia T2 Ultra.... More

  8/10

Aimed mainly at buyers who don't want their phone in size XXL

HTC One mini 2

from Digital Versus (13 days ago)

The One Mini 2 has improved several aspects of the previous compact version of the One. But, while it functions well overall, it's difficult to recommend it over a G2 Mini and especially an Xperia Z1 Compact, which is now available at a more reasonable price. And don't forget, it's well worth consid... More

  6/10

An immaculately designed smartphone

HTC One mini 2

from What Mobile (14 days ago)

The HTC One Mini 2 is one for the design purists. Due to its compact cutbacks, it’s doesn’t achieve the all-round success rate of the One M8. It may be first to arrive at this year’s mini flagship party, but with rumours of inbound compact versions of the Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2, i... More

  8.5/10

Fantastic build quality at the right price

HTC One mini 2

from Coolsmartphone (14 days ago)

Another top quality handset from HTC, with a lot of the latest innovations that we saw on the slightly larger HTC One M8. If money isn’t an option, or if you can get a good contract deal, I’d still go for the HTC One M8 purely because of the sheer amount of kit you’re getting. Here... More

  8.3/10

A great take on the budget smartphone

HTC Desire 610

from Pocketnow (15 days ago)

All things considered, the Desire 610 is a nice budget entry from HTC. It isn’t the biggest, baddest smartphone on the market, and it’s not even the best value around; both the Moto G and Moto E are seriously tough competitors when it comes to what you get for your money.The biggest draw... More

  7.3/10

A cheap Android KitKat phone, with a fun design and 4G LTE

HTC Desire 610

from Cnet (19 days ago)

Although the Desire 610 is affordable, its uninspiring specs -- in particular, its low resolution display -- means it's still not cheap enough. It offers very little over the Motorola Moto G, which also has Android KitKat and a quad-core processor, but has a higher resolution screen and a much cheap... More

  6.3/10

Looks freakkin gorgeous, it also strikes a pretty good balance between features and pricing

HTC Desire 816

from UnleashThePhones (19 days ago)

Wahey! The HTC Desire 816 turned out to be a pretty good mid-range smartphone for that pricetag. There’s solid build quality, a large 720p display, loud front facing stereo speakers, decent performance and a good camera, with a 5 megapixel front facing camera making it perfect for #selfies. Th... More

An attractively smaller and cheaper version of the flagship M8

HTC One mini 2

from PC Advisor (21 days ago)

The HTC One mini 2 is one of the better examples of a mid-ranged version of a flagship smartphone. It has the same premium feel as the M8 with only a few downgrades - namely a lower res screen and no Duo Camera or IR blaster. The camera is a little disappointing but good performance and software bal... More

  8/10

Super-premium feel, running a great build of Android, and has amazing built-in sound

HTC One mini 2

from Pocketnow (22 days ago)

The HTC One mini 2 is built exceptionally well and feels great in-hand. The size is perfect, without sacrificing much — unless you need a really high-end camera.We don’t suspect anyone will be unhappy with the One mini 2 as their daily driver, and it’s rugged enough that we suspect... More

A well designed, well constructed piece of kit

HTC Desire 816

from Coolsmartphone (27 days ago)

It certainly doesn’t feel like a “phablet”, even though it is obviously larger than most smartphones. The strong plastic build was both light and sturdy. Personally I’d advise you to go and get yourself a hands-on with this device in a shop to check you’re OK with the s... More

It's not just bad, it doesn't function as a phone

HTC One V

(about 1 month ago)

Never in my life have I seen a phone as utterly useless as this one. Fresh factory reset, ZERO apps installed and after a couple of weeks it starts to hang for five, ten, twenty seconds. Restarting doesn't help. The most embarrassing moment it caused me was at a meeting. I forgot to silence it and... More

  1/10

Best QWERTY available

HTC Status

(6 months ago)

This phone has THE BEST Qwerty keyboard of any phone I've ever handled - and I still say so after 2 years of owning it and handling the newest Blackberry's. Great "clicky" feel, and the spacing and size of buttons is perfect - even for my man hands. I LOVE that it has the 4 arrow keys for navigati... More

  9/10

My Favourite Phone!

HTC Windows Phone 8S

(7 months ago)

The HTC 8S has an amazing design as well as a amazing screen. The only flaw is the amount of internal storage for apps... An micro SD card can hold the music and pics... It is a great entry level WP!

  8/10

Great price for what you get...

HTC Windows Phone 8S

(7 months ago)

This is my first smartphone so I don't have much to base it on but so far, no complaints! The camera is the only thing I am not crazy about because it is far too sensitive. Shake it just a bit and the camera disappears and defaults to the Bing search screen. Otherwise I am pretty happy with the phon... More

  7/10

Pretty nice phone but a bit expensive for what it offers

HTC Desire 601

(7 months ago)

The phone itself looks really good but for the specs it has to offer seems to me like 100$ overpriced from the htc 300 wich has similar specs. If this phone wants to have a bit of succes I think they should lower the price alot more like 220$ Compared to the moto g for the price and the specs this... More

  1/10

Good for only $100

HTC One V

(7 months ago)

I got the Telus 1V prepaid at Walmart, then $130 now $100. Android 4.0.3 (ICS) is dated but way better than Gingerbread on previous phone. The HTC launcher is fine for a phone, HTC Mail is great improvement over ICS Email. The main flaw is only 512MB of RAM, much slower app start up than a 1GB dev... More

  6/10

Not worth it. Do not buy it

HTC Desire C

(9 months ago)

Forget about this phone. It is a piece of junk. I had the phone for 1 year now, and I had sent it out for repair at least 6 times, each turnaround is 2 weeks. Worst yet, most of the time, it came back as "refreshed software", nothing else was done. But the phone will every now and then reboot all b... More

  1/10

...it taught me how to use Android

HTC Nexus One

(10 months ago)

This phone worked well at first, I was lucky to find one that didn't have the broken power button problem. But I quickly learned how annoying this phone can be: my main issue was typing on it, for no reason the screen would repeatedly lose all accuracy when typing which made it impossible to hit the... More

  4/10

HTC Desire C is the worse phone

HTC Desire C

(10 months ago)

I would personally recommended every one make sure never buy any HTC Desire phone they have the worse phone service & the option in there phone. I try talk to the customer service that is even worse than the phone.

  1/10

I hate this phone

HTC Raider 4G

(10 months ago)

It is not a good phone. I had it repair as it kept crashing and it work fine for a few months now it is starting to crash once week the is a little over a yet old . Will never buy HTC phone again.

  1/10

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About HTC

High Tech Computer Corporation, or HTC, is a major player in the wireless marketplace. Originally HTC made phones for other manufacturers, but more recently has made a big splash by putting their own name on an array of exciting, cutting edge devices.

HTC’s cell phone focus is generally the high end devices with the very latest technology, although as a manufacturer for other companies they made a whole range of phones.

During 2007 and 2008 HTC became one of the most talked about cell phone manufacturers and continues to create excitement based on their novel smartphones and, more recently, touch screen interfaces.

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