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We compare the new 2014 HTC One M8 with its predecessor, the HTC One M7. Here are the new HTC One's new features, and why you should upgrade, in our HTC One M7 vs new…
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Which is better for you, the iPhone 5s or HTC One M8? Find out in our in-depth HTC One M8 vs iPhone 5s comparison review.
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You're spoiled for choice when it comes to quality Android smartphones. Here we compare the new HTC One M8 with the Google Nexus 5 and tell you which one to buy.
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We compare the new HTC One M8 with the HTC One mini and the original HTC One M7's specs, price, features and software. Read our new HTC One M8 vs HTC One mini vs HTC…
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The iPhone 5c and HTC One cost around the same, and similar performance and features. But we just can't recommend the iPhone over the Android. Find out why in our…
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The HTC Desire 500 is a mid-range Android smartphone with a powerful quad-core processor, desirable specs and clean good looks. Read our HTC Desire 500 review to find…
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HTC took the excellent HTC One Android phone and supersized it. Here's our HTC One Max review.
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We compare the Nexus 5 and the HTC One. Two great Android phones - but which should you buy? Read our HTC One vs Nexus 5 smartphone comparison review to find out.
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The HTC One is beautiful Android smartphone that offers near-perfect performance. The HTC One's excellent build quality is dented only marginally by a slight tendency…
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Here’s where we compare the specs of the iPhone 5s and the HTC One. As we haven’t yet fully reviewed the iPhone 5s, we will keep this comparison based on the reported…
The HTC Desire C is a cheap and very compact Google smartphone running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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The HTC One mini is a slightly smaller, much cheaper version of the excellent HTC One. Here's our HTC One mini review.
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The HTC First is the first smartphone to launch with Facebook Home preinstalled. It's the much-vaunted 'Facebook Phone'. Here's our HTC First review.
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Two of 2013's top smartphones are likely to be the HTC One, aka HTC M7, and the Sony Xperia Z. So, how do these two high-end Android smartphones compare? Here's our…
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The HTC One SV is a mid-range Android phone that has a comfortable design, 4G capabilities and reasonably good battery life. Find out more about it in our HTC One SV…
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HTC's flagship smartphone is the One X+, a spruced up version of the One X. Read our HTC One X+ review to find out what's changed.
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The HTC Butterfly is one of an increasingly common breed: a high-quality Android phone that is not going to be released in the UK. Here's our HTC Butterfly review.
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The HTC Desire X is a middle of the range, middle of the road Android phone that sells for around £230 without a contract.
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HTC's One range of smartphones consists of three handsets. The HTC One V is the baby entry-level offering with the cheapest price tag but you get a decent smartphone…
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The HTC One S is the ultimate multimedia phone for Android, from gaming to music to snapping high-quality photos. Read our HTC One S review to find out more - UPDATED…
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