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How does the HTC Droid DNA compare to the Nexus 4?

Android phones often compete on "bigger, better, faster, stronger." This has led to giant phones with blazing-fast processors. Sharp displays are also the norm, but HTC is gambling that you'll want even more. The Droid DNA has the same resolution as a 1080p TV. Is it really a breakthrough, or are you better off with the Nexus 4?  Read More

How do 2012's best smartphones stack up?

In just five years, smartphones have gone from expensive novelties to fundamental parts of our lives. If you're shopping for a new smartphone, the choices can be daunting. How do you sort through the mess? Our 2012 Smartphone Comparison Guide is designed to help you decide which model is best for you.  Read More

It's the HTC One X+ vs. the Samsung Galaxy S III: who will come out ahead?

Shoppers can be fickle. Two companies will release competing products that are similar in nearly every way, and one will often outsell the other by leaps and bounds. This can often be attributed to marketing or timing, but sometimes the reasoning is a mystery. When the new HTC One X+ is released in November, we could potentially see this again. Let's see how it compares to the present King of Android, the Samsung Galaxy S3.  Read More

How does the upgraded HTC One X+ compare to its predecessor, the One X?

It seems so long ago. Before Samsung grew into the dominant player, the hottest Android manufacturer was HTC. Fast-forward to today, and HTC is trying to regroup with its series of One phones. Its latest offering is the upgraded version of the One X, dubbed the One X+. How does the new phone compare to its predecessor? Let's take a look.  Read More

The HTC One X+ is set to improve upon the original One X handset in a number of key areas

HTC has announced an updated version of its flagship HTC One X smartphone. The One X+ is set to provide users with more speed, storage and an extended battery-life. The refreshed device will ship with the company's Sense 4+ UI and will run the latest Android Jelly Bean operating system, which are also coming to existing One X and One S handsets in an update.  Read More

The Windows Phone 8X by HTC

HTC has just announced two new Windows Phone 8 handsets at an event in NYC. The company has worked closely with Microsoft to produce the Windows Phone 8X and 8S, a product line that aims to become the standard bearer for Redmond's latest mobile OS.  Read More

The HTC One X will become part of the PlayStation Certification program

Sony is looking to get real estate on more screens with HTC becoming the first non-Sony handset manufacturer to join its PlayStation Certification program. The program is designed to ensure handsets are capable of delivering PlayStation quality graphics and sound on games and other content branded from Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE). The move to partner with HTC will expand the circulation of Sony content on Android-powered devices.  Read More

HTC One S has a matte black finish due to a microarc oxidation process it undergoes (Photo...

HTC is looking to NASA to improve the durability on its latest slimline smartphone. The aluminum housing on the HTC One S is treated with a process called microarc oxidation - an electrochemical surface treatment process used on many NASA satellites that results in a housing three times stronger than stainless steel.  Read More

The HTC One X unveiled at MWC 2012 is HTC's first quad-core smartphone

At Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, HTC announced its new flagship handset, the HTC One X. Like the Optimus 4X HD from LG also unveiled at MWC 2012, the phone will be HTC's first quad-core handset. The One X comes sporting a NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM and a 4.7-inch 1,280 x 720 HD display. With an 8-megapixel rear-facing and 1.3-megapixel forward-facing camera, the phone is capable of capturing high-resolution still photos simultaneously while shooting 1080p video that can also be edited directly on the smartphone.  Read More

Microsoft constructed a six storey Windows phone in New York's busy Herald Square to launc...

Microsoft built a six-story Windows Phone in New York's Herald Square to launch a batch of new HTC and Samsung phones running on the Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) operating system. The Big Windows Phone structure featured two stage areas in between the huge screens - one to demonstrate the Music+ Video Hub with a live performance from electro hip hop group Far East Movement and the other to represent the Xbox LIVE gaming experience with a game of Plants vs Zombies using real people as the characters. As for the phones themselves - HTC's Radar 4G is available now on T-Mobile, while HTC's TITAN and Samsung's Focus S and Focus Flash head for AT&T.  Read More

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