Both the HTC Evo 4G and the BlackBerry Bold are popular phones. Both phones are worthy competitors in this tight smartphone market. So how does the HTC Evo 4G vs BlackBerry comparison stack up?
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This is a fairly powerful quick messaging device from HTC that runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread. Designed for Facebook addicts it has a full QWERTY keyboard beneath a small landscape screen much like a BlackBerry. Get the full details as we take it for a test run in this review.
The HTC Droid Incredible was a defining moment in the history of Android devices, so can its successor continue in its image, or will the Droid Incredible 2 leave you wanting more? This review looks at every aspect of the smartphone to see if it is worth your time.
The HTC Wildfire S builds on the success of the original Wildfire, in the budget end of the Android market, with some nifty improvements. This could be the entry-level smartphone for you, find out in this review.
A review of the eagerly awaited HTC Desire S, the latest member of the Desire family of HTC smartphones.
The HTC Merge is an Android powered smartphone with a slide out full QWERTY keyboard. Unveiled at CTIA 2011, the HTC Merge didn’t stand out as an amazing smartphone, but did it have enough to compete with the current line up of turbo charged smartphones?
Unveiled at CTIA 2011, the HTC EVO 3D, as the name suggests, is HTC’s venture into smartphones with 3D displays. Not requiring any kind of eyewear, the HTC EVO 3D captures 3D on its 4.3 inch screen fairly well, though it does have a limited viewing angle. Is 3D enough for the HTC EVO 3D?