Although Nokia is Microsoft's major partner in delivering Windows Phone devices, the Redmond company chose the Windows Phone 8X by HTC as the signature device for its new mobile OS. We find out how it fares against the stiff competition in this review.
HardwareZone managed to get a quick hands-on with upcoming Windows Phone 8 duo from HTC, the 8S and 8X. As HTC puts it, these are part of a "joint franchise with Microsoft", so read on to find out more!
The HTC Desire V is a new entry-level smartphone that boasts dual-SIM functionality, a large 4.0-inch WXGA touchscreen and runs on the Android 4.0 OS. Can its single-core 1GHz processor handle all that's required from a modern device? We put it to the test!
Unlike its quad-core sibling, the HTC One XL runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor. Manufactured via a 28nm process technology, will this S4 processor outgun the Tegra 3 processor in the One X? And how does it fare against similarly equipped ASUS PadFone? We find out.
SingTel's 4G plans are available since 5th June 2012, and at the moment, you've three LTE-enabled Android smartphones to choose from. Which of the three - HTC One XL, LG Optimus True HD LTE, and Samsung Galaxy S II LTE - will be crowned the speed king? Ready, go!
The Android 4.0 HTC One S stands in between the One X and One V with a 4.3-inch touchscreen, dual-core 1.7GHz CPU, 1GB RAM, 8MP camera sensor and comes bundled with a Monster Beats Solo headset. Find out how does the second in line perform!
If you are still deciding between the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X and Apple iPhone 4S, here's a detailed comparison of the costs of getting the phones from the three telcos.
The affordable HTC One V comes with an ICS-flavored treatment, a Sense 4.0a UI, and a 5-megapixel camera with BSI sensor and F2.0 aperture. Interested to know how it fared in our testing? Find out more after the jump!
The One X is HTC's latest flagship model with top of the line hardware and software, which include a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch Super LCD 2 display, Android 4.0, HTC Sense 4, and an 8-megapixel camera with HTC ImageChip. So, is this the best Android phone money can buy today?
2012 is no doubt the year for HTC to "focus on the product". The Taiwanese company announced a trio of handsets which are the HTC One X, One S and One V. Check out our initial impressions of HTC's first wave of devices for 2012.