HTC is a very strong player in the mobile scene here and has got some great devices in each category. We recently saw some revolutionary devices by HTC and they have always tried to maintain a good quality. We take a look at some of the best devices they have got in stores.
The HTC one was an obvious entry here, right? The phone has got a powerful quad core processor, great GPU, stunning full HD display and an amazing camera. In fact the camera is one of the best we have seen on mobile devices. They took a bold move forward by putting a 4 megapixel camera with a large sensor while every other manufacturer is hitting for large megapixel count. It also gives you an IR blaster integrated in the power key on top to take control of your IR controlled devices. On software front, the fresh bit on offer is the blink feed they have added to the current version of HTC sense.
Not only the hardware and software are impressive but the design is amazing too. The phone is made out of brushed metal and looks simply amazing. It is great to hold and behold. It is one of the best phones you can buy right now and is available for around 40K in stores.
HTC One X+
This device improved upon the flaws in the HTC One X, adds a few more MHz to the processor and takes up the number of GBs. The HTC One X was one of the very first quad core devices to hit the market and had some flaws. The One X+ packs an even powerful processor, addresses the storage issue and has got a bigger battery. The design has also got a premium feel to it and is considerably better when put against the competition. It uses a semi HD LCD2 panel which has got great colour replication and for that size, the pixel density turns out to be impressive. It has got an 8 megapixel camera which is a decent performer as well. It is available for around 27-28 K at most stores and we feel that the device is actually worth the money.
This was one of the very first phones to have a full HD display and we almost went crazy the very first time we used it. Not only the display but everything else about the phone is cool. It runs a powerful Qualcomm quad core processor coupled with RAM enough to do the duties in your netbook. The display measures at 5 inches and can display full HD resolutions. You get an eight megapixel camera to handle the photography jobs and secondary camera of 2.1 megapixel for your video calls. There won’t be any moment where you would get to complain about the speed of the device. The differences between butterfly and One on paper are just the IR blaster and ultrapixel camera. If you need a device slightly bigger than the One or just want to save a few K bucks, this is the phone for you.
HTC One S
We talked about enough quad core devices already but not everyone needs a quad core. For those who need a decent looking device without much power under the hood, this is a nice pick. This phone was overshadowed as it came out with HTC One X which was much powerful and stole all the light. The phone hasn’t got very special design but it is made out of aluminum which makes it feel robust. It has got a 4.3 inch display having a resolution 540 x 960 which gives a decent pixel density. But that pixel density doesn’t replicate well in real world. The display doesn’t feel as good as it should but still an average user won’t be able to spot the difference. It has got an 8 megapixel camera with LED flash. The rest of the hardware fares up well. It has got a QUALCOMM dual core processor running at 1.5 GHz coupled with a GB of RAM which is plenty to keep the phone running smooth and handle most jobs with ease. This might just be dual core but it can give biggies a run for their money. The graphics are handled by Adreno 225 GPU which can handle the job well. This phone has been there for a while now and you will find it at a decent price.
HTC Desire X
Now some might be with the options listed above and will go pick one out of them. But there are a lot of people who just need a basic android device. Gone are the times when a single core with 256 MB RAM was plenty. Now to handle even the basic messaging and social apps, you need a dual core coupled with a decent amount of RAM to do the job. This one is a 4inch device weighing just 114 gms so your hands would love the size. Under the lightweight body, it has got a dual core processor running at 1 GHz coupled with 768 MB of RAM. For your mild photography jobs, you get a decent 5 megapixel snapper with a LED flash. You can find this device in stores for around 14-15 K so it is a nice pick on HTC mobiles.