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HTC manufactures smartphones running on Android and Windows Phone operating system, available from most carriers. Apart from the list of Android and Windows Phone operating system features, HTC supports numerous innovative hardware features like advanced camera options and graphical user interface.

HTC camera uses a dedicated ImageChip, which is a processor that removes noise, balances color, and extends depth of field using a proprietary software called HTC ImageSense. ImageSense also supports features like slow motion video capture, video stabilization and smart flash.

HTC Sense is a custom graphical user interface developed by HTC for to run Android and Windows Phone OS for smoother scrolling and intuitive touch controls which also supports the device's sleek design.

The best HTC smartphones also have Gorilla Glass from Corning brand for thinness, lightness and damage resistance of the large touchscreens.

Android:
The best HTC smartphones running on Android operating system support GSM, CDMA and 4G LTE networks from major US carriers. Most of the HTC Android smartphones run on the versions like 2.3 Gingerbread and 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

Some of the prominent Android smartphone product lines from HTC are HTC One, HTC Droid and Nexus One (partnership with Google). Most HTC Android smartphone run on Qualcomm dual or quad-core processors with speed up to 1.5 GHz. Some of the older products from our list of HTC Android smartphones also support QWERTY keypad for faster typing.

The advanced HTC Android smartphones offer memory storage expandability up to 64GB with support for HD video recording of 1080p resolution.

Windows Phone:
HTC run the Windows Phone 7 and Windows Phone 8 operating systems along with features like 8 megapixel camera and HD video recording of 720p resolution.

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HTC One A9
HTC One M9
HTC Desire 626 Dual SIM
HTC Desire Eye
HTC One E9s Dual SIM
HTC One A9
HTC One M9
HTC Desire 626 Dual SIM
HTC Desire Eye
HTC One E9s Dual SIM
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Release Date
Oct 2015
Mar 2015
May 2016
Nov 2014
Nov 2015
Operating System
Android OS,v6.0 (Marshmallow),upgradable to v6.0.1 (Marshmallow),Android 6.0
Android OS, v5.0.x (Lollipop)
Android 4.4.4, Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
Android OS, v4.4.4 (KitKat)
Android OS, v5.0 (Lollipop)
Digital Camera Resolution
13.0 MP
20.0 MP
13.0 MP
13.0 MP
13.0 MP
Installed RAM (GB)
3.0 GB
3.0 GB
1.0 GB
2.0 GB
2.0 GB
Screen Size(Diagonal)
5.0 inch
5.0 inch
5.0 inch
5.2 inch
5.5 inch
Front Webcam Resolution
4.0 MP
4.0 MP
5.0 MP
13.0 MP
4.0 MP
Processor Type
Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & quad-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A53,1.2GHz ,Qualcomm Snapdragon 617
Quad-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53 & Quad-core 2 GHz Cortex-A57
1.7GHz  octa-core, MediaTek MT6752, Octa-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A7
Quad-core 2.3 GHz Krait 400
Octa-core 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53
Battery Capacity
2150.0 mAh
2840.0 mAh
2000.0 mAh
2400.0 mAh
2600.0 mAh

  • HTC apparently views a flagship device very differently from the competition. Normally, these so-called flagships would be showcase devices rich in new technology, offer exceptional performance everywhere, and just premium built. With the HTC One A9, however, it redefines the term for the company.In comparing it to the M9, the A9 will be regarded by many as being more of an upper mid-range smartphone – partly because we know what kind of specs are needed to entail a flagship phone from the competition.


  • To compare this too much to an iPhone would be unfair to the genuinely impressive power under the hood - but it's curious that HTC has decided on this design path.

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    Build quality is excellent, as is the design, though the evolution of the design language has brought it dangerously close to the iPhone 6 and 6s;
    The AMOLED display is excellent, too: it offers class-leading contrast, vivid colors and wide viewing angles though only average maximum brightness. The sunlight legibility is great as well.
    Battery life is barely average at 46h rating, let down by poor web browsing score and mediocre call, video and standby endurances.


  • One year, that’s the typical cycle a company needs in order to make the necessary adjustments in making a new phone better than the previous one. As we take a look at the bigger picture, we certainly can agree that the HTC One M9, as a whole, has been tweaked and refined to correct the issues that were left outstanding with the M8.


  • The iterative HTC One M9 remains a physical jewel and a strong Android smartphone, but fails to take the next step.


  • There’s no denying it, the One M9 is another fantastic phone from HTC. Yes, it is let down slightly by an inconsistent camera and some software niggles, but the One range remains one of the best all-round flagships you can get thanks to the One M9.


  • In an age when it takes only a few months for a top-end smartphone to feel old and outdated, it makes no sense at all for HTC to have launched a smartphone that is over a year old at this price. Customers today are sensible, and a plethora of options with much more current features and specifications are available at the same price or less. The HTC Desire 626 Dual SIM is simply not cut out for 2016, and represents a poor attempt by the company to maintain a foothold in the competitive Indian market.


  • There you have it, all the good and the bad about the Desire EYE, HTC's selfie-centric handset. The device will most probably be priced as much as an HTC One (M8), which will pit it against many other devices that sit higher in the food chain. In spite of this, the HTC Desire EYE is arguably the best selfie-centric device out there – it has the upper hand when compared with other selfie-centric phones (the Sony Xperia C3, the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, and the Nokia Lumia 730).


  • With its 13-megapixel front-facing camera, the HTC Desire Eye is the ultimate selfie machine. But it's also an excellent Android smartphone in its own right.


  • The HTC Desire Eye is a great smartphone. The design might be plastic, but it's a solid, well constructed and weather-proofed handset pitched at a fair price point. It's good in use thanks to having plenty of power on board, and has a great display too - albeit a large one.  Sitting in the Desire family does the Eye no harm, even if it's arguably approaching flagship on some levels.


  • It has everything you need from a mid-range device, including good design, decent specifications, good cameras and enough bite in the performance to keep mid-range users happy. However, HTC needs to do a bit more than that to get buyers' attention in this competitive market, and One E9s Dual SIM unfortunately doesn't have anything out-of-the-box to offer.While the Amoled screen is decent, it's low resolution is evident, and this is severely disappointing for a device at this price level.