HTC Mobile Phone Reviews

HTC Desire 500

HTC Desire 500 Review: In Depth

3 weeks ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

The HTC Desire 500 is a relatively inexpensive mid-range phone aimed at the type of buyer who wants something solid, but not necessarily cutting edge.  We’re seeing many phones of a similar ilk these days...

HTC One (M8)

HTC One (M8) Review: In Depth

3 weeks ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

A sequel is rarely better than the original and HTC undoubtedly faced one of its biggest challenges in creating a device that could take the torch from last year’s runaway success, the HTC One. The company...

HTC Desire 601

HTC Desire 601 Review: In Depth

1 month ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

The HTC Desire 601 is a mid-range 4.5-inch phone that’s a rung down from the HTC One Mini but a couple of notches up from the Facebook-centric HTC First. A respectable set of features, including a 5-megapixel...

HTC One Max

HTC One Max Review: In Depth

5 months ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

NB: HTC provided a pre-production unit for this review. It’s extremely close to the finished product, but the fact remains that the device we're reviewing is different from the retail version. We would...

HTC One mini

HTC One mini Review: In Depth

8 months ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

The HTC One mini is about to hit store shelves, offering up consumers a slice of that great HTC flagship Android user experience in a more affordable, more compact package. HTC One mini review: Design &...

HTC First

HTC First Review: In Depth

11 months ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

Social butterflies in the UK still have a little wait before they can pluck this handset from the store shelves, but thankfully we’ve been able to nab a US version of the HTC First aka ‘the Facebook...


HTC One Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

Note: This review is for 2013's HTC One M7. If you want to know about 2014's model, check out our full HTC One M8 review! It’s 2013 and that means that flagships are going Full HD, with Sony Xperia Z first out...


HTC One SV Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

HTC fans now have two reasons to consider EE as their new network of choice with the arrival of the HTC One SV: the Taiwanese company’s second 4G-friendly foray into the UK smartphone market. The One SV aims to...


HTC 8X Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

Windows Phone 8 has landed and it’s done so in style thanks to the likes of HTC and Nokia. Two brands who’s master craftsmanship of plastic is nothing short of mind-blowing. Case and point is the first...

HTC One X Plus

HTC One X Plus Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

Seven months; Not long in the grand scheme of things, but when it comes to mobiles it’s a lifetime. That’s the reason HTC have done what they and so many have done before in the One X+: release an updated...


HTC One XL Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

We’ve had an HTC One X, a One X+ and now we’ve got a One XL. What are all these suffixes about? The One X is the original HTC flagship announced at MWC earlier in 2012, the One X+ which we reviewed not...


HTC 8S Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

The secondary Windows Phone 8 handset to appear out of HTC’s labs; the HTC 8S (or Windows Phone 8S by HTC to use its official name) aims to make Microsoft’s new mobile OS more accessible to a market of...

HTC Desire X

HTC Desire X Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

The HTC Desire X is arguably the first true successor to the original HTC Desire. Bearing the same name, it improves upon the Desire and Desire S in every way, bringing the line up to speed two years on. The Desire X is...

HTC Desire C

HTC Desire C Review: In Depth

2 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

HTC have always been three of our favourite letters across price-points, so you can imagine our delight when we heard we were going to get a low-cost phone running Ice Cream Sandwich, packing HTC's trademark high...


HTC One S Review: In Depth

3 years ago | POSTED IN REVIEWS

HTC, 1.5GHz dual-core, metal chassis, qHD display, you'd be forgiven for thinking we were talking about the HTC Sensation XE, but no, this is the HTC One S, the latest mid range handset from Taiwan's mobile...

HTC Mobile Phones

HTC originally manufactured phones for Microsoft’s Windows Mobile operating system, before moving to Android in 2009. HTC made the first Android smartphone, known as the T-Mobile G1 in the UK and HTC Dream in the US. Since then it has become well known for developing innovative, high-quality handsets running Google's Android OS under its own name and is now vying with Samsung for most popular Android handset manufacturer.

HTC smartphones

HTC’s range of smartphones includes models to suit different types of user and price points; whether you want something fast with impressive performance and cutting-edge technology, or something more basic which does all the essentials effectively.

HTC’s mobile phones are famous for their high-quality build and HTC Sense. HTC Sense is a graphics-based user interface, which works on top of Android to provide HTC customers with a user experience exclusive to them. HTC Sense is regularly updated and re-engineered to keep it interesting, innovative and fresh for users.

The HTC Hero was HTC’s breakthrough phone and made a big splash in 2009, popular successors include the HTC Desire, HTC Sensation and mid-range HTC Wildfire. In 2012 HTC simplified its line-up with the One series consisting of just three mid/high tier models and the affordable HTC Desire C, all with Beats Audio music profiles.

The company has brought one Android tablet to the UK - the HTC Flyer. Like Samsung, it has failed to replicate its smartphone success in the tablet sphere.

HTC also makes phones running Microsoft's Windows Phone OS, including the HTC Titan and HTC Radar.

HTC deals

HTC regularly releases new handsets, whilst older models remain popular choices for new customers. HTC’s range can be taken with a variety of contracts from different networks, so compare mobile phone deals to see what’s available. You can also buy a handset outright, and take Pay As You Go or SIM only.

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