The Samsung Galaxy S II and HTC Sensation just arrived in our labs, and we give you a sneak peek at these two new Android 2.3 smartphones powered by the latest dual-core processor in this pictorial comparison.
The Flyer marks HTC's first foray into the tablet scene. Can it replicate the same success as its line of smartphones? Let's check out in this review.
HardwareZone checked in at Swissotel, the Stamford with HTC and SingTel for a status update on HTC 's hotly anticipated Facebook phones. Login and find out the details, including our first impressions.
At MWC 2011, HTC once again threw a whole slew of updates to its portfolio. This time, we see new Android 2.3 devices, smartphones with a one-key access to Facebook and more importantly, the company's first tablet running with an updated HTC Sense.
HTC's flagship Windows Phone 7 device, the HTC HD7, sets to impress with a generous 4.3-inch screen, Dolby Mobile, SRS surround sound and HTC Hub. How does it fare under our intense scrutiny? Find out.
Named after its Z-hinge design, the HTC Desire is a fine combination of aesthetics and performance, with a dash of practicality from its QWERTY keyboard. Here's our impression of the Desire Z and its HTC Sense on Google's Android 2.2 platform.
If you are looking for a worthy Android 2.2 device with a large 4.3-inch screen, the HTC Desire HD is definitely the place to start. One of the two, alongside the HTC Desire Z, that will be launched under the Desire bandwagon, the high-end smartphone has enough horsepower and mobile security (HTCSense.com) for those looking for an empowering device. Hit the jump for more details.
The stage is set for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 to take its place in the race to regain its smartphone dominance. At its official launch, we got a whiff of the updated mobile OS, loaded on the newest and fastest devices that will be reaching our shores very soon.
HTC continues their onslaught of Android-powered smartphones with two new devices, announced at a press conference in London. Here's what went down at the event.
As an affordable alternative to HTC's range of Android smartphones, the HTC Wildfire is similarly equipped with the intuitive HTC Sense UI. If you need to know more about this entry-level Android phone, we share some positive (and negative) highlights of this distant cousin of the HTC Desire and Legend.