We review the first Windows 7.5 (Mango) phone from HTC, the HTC Titan. It’s big, but is it beautiful? Let’s take a look and see what it has to offer.
The HTC Rezound is a powerful Android handset with a gorgeous display, but the real selling point is the support for Beats Audio. This release brings a few firsts to the US market via Verizon.
AT&T is finally getting in on the 4G LTE network battle with two top of the range Android smartphones. In this review we take the HTC Vivid for a spin and try to decide if it is worth $99.99 with a two year contract.
HTC is a popular brand for smartphones and while most of their line-up runs Android they do produce Windows Phones too. One of their latest releases is the HTC Radar. If you are in the market for a new phone, this review will put this new WP Mango device on your radar.
The HTC EVO Design 4G is now available at Sprint. It’s pretty powerful, the specs are good, it has 4G WiMAX support and it’s not even very expensive. Let’s take a closer look.
HTC is one of the best smartphone manufacturers around and they just announced another reason to choose one of their releases as your next phone – a free 5 GB of online storage via a pre-installed Dropbox app.
If you’re looking for a new Android smartphone at T-Mobile then there are two stand-out options right now – the HTC Amaze and the Samsung Galaxy S II. Find out which is best for you as we compare them.
The HTC Rhyme is an Android smartphone aimed squarely at the female market. It focuses on style over substance with an unusual look and a number of dedicated accessories. The question is – do the specs let it down?
You can get some good Android smartphones at U.S. Cellular and in this review we take a look at the HTC Hero S. It’s not the best Android option on the market, but it offers enough to be worth considering.
T-Mobile has been on a streak releasing lots of powerful smartphones lately, which is a bit ironic considering the fact that they may no longer be around in a year. The Amaze 4G from HTC is yet another powerful release, but does it fall by the wayside with so many new smartphones being released?