There’s little doubt that HTC is currently one of the best smartphone manufacturers around. Their reputation has been built on a slew of awesome Android releases, but they aren’t limited to Google’s platform. A few years back they released a number of Windows Mobile devices and they’ve continued that relationship with Microsoft by producing some great Windows Phone 7 handsets.
The top offerings from HTC can compete with the best phones on the market and we put that to the test right here. You’ll find a range of comparisons that take a look at differences in design, features and performance to find the winning options. We compare the cream of HTC smartphones with models from other manufacturers and with other HTC phones.
There is no doubt these are two of the best Android smartphones that money can buy. They both have amazing specs, but the Galaxy S II is Samsung’s current flagship device. Find out which is better.
Which of these 4G smartphones at Verizon is worthy of your cash? Well, they are both classic candy bar touch-screen Android releases with 8 MP cameras, but you can find the differences, and the winner, in this article.
Let’s expand the fight a bit and throw the LG Revolution into the mix. All three are available from Verizon and support the LTE 4G network for blazing fast speeds so how do you choose between them? You’ll find out in this comparison.
These two Android smartphones offer a stark contrast. Which is more important to you – a big touch screen or a physical keyboard? 4G or international roaming? Take a look and decide.
Of course Verizon isn’t the only carrier offering high-end Android smartphones and this comparison focuses on two of the top choices at AT&T. Can the Inspire compete with one of Motorola’s best releases in recent years?
Comparing Android with Android is one thing but how does the Inspire from HTC measure up to Apple’s iPhone 4? The Inspire certainly packs the better hardware with a faster processor and an 8 MP camera, but is that enough to overcome the iPhone’s design and operating system?
The Sensation is a sleek option but the myTouch 4G Slide offers the convenience of a slide out physical keyboard. They’re both powerful Android smartphones with a lot going for them. Find out which one wins this battle as we examine the features, user interface and performance.
This time the Sensation is up against T-Mobile’s version of the LG Optimus 2X. Both of these phones are dual-core Android powerhouses with 4G support and a host of tempting features.
The Droid Incredible is the older phone so it may struggle to compete with the Galaxy S inspired Fascinate. The phones are compared in detail right here so you can make the right choice.
This head to head is a battle of the sliding physical keyboard options on Android. They are both 4G offerings from Sprint and they’re great for people who prefer physical keys to a touch screen. Learn which is the better choice right here.
Can the BlackBerry Bold really compete with the powerful HTC Evo 4G? The Evo was the first HTC release to support the new 4G networks and it is an attractive phone with great hardware. The Bold definitely lags behind, but then these handsets offer very different things so it depends on what you are looking for.
A couple of years ago these two were the cream of the Android smartphone crop. The Vibrant is a variation on Samsung’s incredibly popular Galaxy S and the Desire from HTC is a solid all-rounder. Find out which phone wins and why in this comparison.
We part the mists of time to take a look back at two of the most popular Android smartphones that HTC has ever produced. They are both dated by modern-day standards, but they can still do a job and they’ll be cheap if you can find one.
Microsoft may have imposed some pretty strict design guidelines for their WP7 handsets but manufacturers always look for ways to distinguish their products. If you are keen on making the leap to the new OS then you’ll certainly want to consider these two options.
We stick with Windows Phone 7 here and take a look at what the HD7S offers over the original HD7. Find out what the additional S actually means and whether it is worth upgrading.
How do you think HTC smartphones compare with the best of the competition? Are you a fan? Post a comment.