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'The M9 is an exceptional phone, but it's just not the best option out there. '
'However, this is still one of the best phones you can get and it just goes to show how far HTC has come in the last few years that we hold its products to such lofty standards. '
'All in all the HTC One M9 is a very desirable smartphone when held in the hand – easily one of the most desirable. '
'And yet, despite those quirks, the M9 is still a very, very good phone. '
'Thanks to the arched nature of the phone, it ergonically contours in our hand to provide a natural grip. '
'The build quality is close to top notch and it really does feel like a smaller One M8, although I did find the nanoSIM tray on the left of the device didn't sit completely flush with the case.'
'The HTC One Mini 2 is a nice phone, but at launch it's a little expensive. '
'There's plenty of power for daily tasks, a large screen to consume content and cameras that can offer some great shots, even if the high megapixel count doesn't immediately translate into the best results. '
'Bad. Bad battery life.'
'Plastic is glossy and easily gets smudged and scratched.'
'HTC has taken a minimalist approach when designing the Desire 816.'
'My review handset was white, which did a pretty good job of hiding the fingerprints and smudges that will no doubt find plaguing the colour versions.'
'The 720x1280 resolution might be stretched thin over the 5.5in screen, but the resulting 267 pixels-per-inch is dense enough to deliver a solid viewing experience.'
'Footage is smooth, but again, you lose some detail in low light.'
'Not surprisingly, the phone is pretty darn responsive with an assortment of things, like gaming and simple navigation. '
'The HTC Butterfly 2 ticks most of the boxes for an Android flagship in 2014 - the Snapdragon 801 is still more than relevant, the camera has a sufficient amount of pixels, the display is of ample size and 1080p resolution. '
'powerful quad-core processor'