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HTC Desire 600 Android phone (preview)

HTC Desire 600 Android phone (preview)

The HTC Desire 600 has dual-SIM card slots and reasonable specifications
HTC First Android phone (preview)

HTC First Android phone (preview)

The HTC First is best described as a mid-range Android phone that comes pre-loaded with Facebook's new Android launcher, Facebook Home
HTC Windows Phone 8S

HTC Windows Phone 8S

The Windows Phone 8S has an average screen and lacks a front-facing camera but its design is appealing
HTC Windows Phone 8X

HTC Windows Phone 8X

The HTC Windows Phone 8X is one of the most attractive phones we've come across, but is not without its faults
HTC Desire X Android phone

HTC Desire X Android phone

Decent performance and an excellent screen make the HTC Desire X good value for money
HTC One X+ Android phone (preview)

HTC One X+ Android phone (preview)

The HTC One X+ comes with faster processor, more internal memory and a bigger battery than the One X it replaces
HTC Desire C Android phone

HTC Desire C Android phone

The HTC Desire C is an ultimately frustrating phone to use due to a sluggish user experience
HTC Titan 4G Windows Phone

HTC Titan 4G Windows Phone

HTC Titan 4G review: The first 4G-capable Windows Phone is slick and fast, but thick and chunky
HTC One XL Android phone

HTC One XL Android phone

HTC One XL review: HTC's One X gets the superfast 4G treatment. Is the extra speed worth it?
HTC One S Android phone

HTC One S Android phone

HTC One S review: The HTC One S is a superbly built phone with slick software
HTC One X Android phone

HTC One X Android phone

HTC One X review: A beautifully elegant Android phone, but is it the new king of Android phones?
HTC Velocity 4G Android phone

HTC Velocity 4G Android phone

HTC Velocity 4G review: Australia's first 4G smartphone is fast, but coverage is limited
HTC Sensation XE Android phone

HTC Sensation XE Android phone

HTC Sensation XE review: The original HTC Sensation gets a splash of red paint and an endorsement from Dr.Dre
HTC Sensation XL Android phone

HTC Sensation XL Android phone

HTC Sensation XL review: Is a 4.7in screen too big for a smartphone? HTC is bravely attempting to find out
HTC Rhyme Android phone

HTC Rhyme Android phone

HTC Rhyme review: The HTC Rhyme may be targeting women, but this stylish and user friendly smartphone should appeal to a broader market
HTC EVO 3D Android phone

HTC EVO 3D Android phone

HTC EVO 3D review: Do we need another smartphone with 3D?
HTC Salsa Android phone

HTC Salsa Android phone

HTC Salsa review: A dedicated Facebook button allows easy access to the social networking service
HTC ChaCha Android phone

HTC ChaCha Android phone

HTC ChaCha review: The ChaCha's dedicated Facebook button allows easy access to the social networking service
HTC Sensation Android phone

HTC Sensation Android phone

HTC Sensation review: A powerful beast wrapped in a sturdy, aluminium shell
HTC Wildfire S Android phone

HTC Wildfire S Android phone

HTC Wildfire S review: Occasional lag and performance issues masked by an excellent design and a competitive price tag
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