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HTC announces Desire 820 – a midrange phablet

HTC has unveiled the latest edition to its mid-range handset range: The HTC Desire 820. It’s big. The 820 is a successor to the Desire 816 (us neither) and is powered by a Snapdragon 615 processor. The screen is a large-for-midrange 5.5″. Crucially too the handset has HTC’s “Boomsound” dual front-facing speakers. On the rear, the camera is a nice …

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James O'MalleyHTC announces Desire 820 – a midrange phablet
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HTC making a Windows version of the HTC One M8?

HTC could be working on a version of the HTC One M8 that has the same hardware that we’re familiar with, but which runs Windows Phone. At least according to a tweet and some informed speculation. According to Phones Review there have been rumours about the new handset, which will apparently also feature a “bootloader” that will enable those in …

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James O'MalleyHTC making a Windows version of the HTC One M8?
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HTC Desire 610 Review: HTC’s attempt at a mid-range pocket-pleaser feels like a throwback

HTC seems to be attempting to cover all bases with its smartphone releases this year, and the Desire 610 is firmly aimed at the middle of the road. At around £240 SIM-free, it’s one of the cheapest smartphones HTC offers, but there’s stiff competition from other manufacturers in this price range, and it just doesn’t match up. The handset – …

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Holly BrockwellHTC Desire 610 Review: HTC’s attempt at a mid-range pocket-pleaser feels like a throwback
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HTC One Mini 2 Review: The M8’s little brother shrinks in its shadow

The trend for releasing a smaller, more budget-friendly version of a flagship phone continues with the confusingly named HTC One Mini 2, which is to the One M8 what the One Mini was to the original One. Yes, this is a hugely confusing situation, and it’s not helped by the fact that the M8 and Mini 2 look extremely similar, …

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Holly BrockwellHTC One Mini 2 Review: The M8’s little brother shrinks in its shadow
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HTC One M8 Review: HTC’s metal monolith turns it up to 11

With the HTC One (M7) being one of the most popular HTC phones of all time, the M8 had a big case to fill. But HTC have outdone themselves, adding a staggering amount of impressive features, both in hardware and software. This is a flagship phone in every way, and it really is almost flawless. The handset – 9/10 What …

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Holly BrockwellHTC One M8 Review: HTC’s metal monolith turns it up to 11

HTC Desire 601: Mid-range smartphone sees Zoe, BoomSound and BlinkFeed trickle down from HTC One

If you haven't got enough readies available to bag the HTC One Mini, but still fancy a taste of the company's latest Sense UI enhancements, the newly revealed HTC Desire 601 may be just what you're looking for. Though its…

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Gerald LynchHTC Desire 601: Mid-range smartphone sees Zoe, BoomSound and BlinkFeed trickle down from HTC One

HTC profits up for Q3 2013 as HTC One sales come in, but future losses predicted

HTC has revealed its Q2 2013 financial results, and they paint a slightly brighter picture for the struggling mobile manufacturer. The Taiwanese company posted profits of NT$1.25 billion (£27.25 million) for the last quarter, a rise in operating profit over…

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Gerald LynchHTC profits up for Q3 2013 as HTC One sales come in, but future losses predicted

HTC One Mini officially revealed: 4.3-inch 720p screen, same slick design

The long-rumoured HTC One Mini has finally officially been revealed. Sharing many of the same features as the flagship HTC One that wooed critics earlier this year, it's a more compact, mid-range sibling to what's arguably the world's best Android…

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Gerald LynchHTC One Mini officially revealed: 4.3-inch 720p screen, same slick design