HTC U11 - Full Review & Specs

By admin | Published February 15th, 2018

The HTC U11+ smartphone is equipped with Snapdragon 835 and offers a brilliantly clean interface from HTC Sense, which on top of that offers great speed with a good camera too.

Check out here how to unlock the new HTC U11+


With this one, HTC have put looks first over practicality, which is not great at all. The phone may be attractive; after all it is made of glass. But the clean glass gets smudged incredibly easily, ruining the appearance within seconds.

The phone is not the biggest phone on the market but also not the...

HTC One M9 Review

By admin | Published May 4th, 2015

The HTC One M9 may look similar to the other One handsets from afar, but taking a close look reveals that the device has had slick redesign and the interior has been packed with more power than ever. On top of that, the software has had a major overhaul, and for the first time the Sense UI is looking like a true top contender in the Android UI space.

Build Quality

In terms of size and weight the HTC One M9 is very slightly smaller than previous iterations. It’s certainly not all that noticeable though, and the changes to design are only for...

HTC One Max vs LG G2

By admin | Published December 3rd, 2013

As the holiday and shopping season has officially begun, the newest smartphones will be competing head to head. This includes the latest flagships from HTC and LG. The One Max and LG G2 are two smartphones with very unique and distinctive features. While the One Max is one of the biggest phones out there, with its 5.9 inch screen, LG G2 has some remarkable new features. We’ll see which one is more likely to be on buyers’ radar this season.

Design and build

The HTC One Max can compete with most phablets, given its huge display. The LG G2...

HTC One Max vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 3

By admin | Published November 11th, 2013

Samsung got to lead the oversized devices market for the past two years, and for good reason. But now it is facing a new threat from the new HTC One Max that is even bigger than the newest Galaxy Note 3.

Besides the very small size difference from 5.7 to 5.9 inch, does the HTC One Max also have better specs? We’re about to compare the two titans and find out.

Design and build

The size difference of the two devices is quite perceivable when you hold them. Of course, each perception is unique, but the Galaxy Note 3 definitely feels more...

Sony Xperia Z1 vs HTC One

By admin | Published September 7th, 2013

Sony Xperia Z1 vs HTC One  full specs and reviewIt’s time to compare two flagship Android smartphones. The newly launched Sony Xperia Z1 versus HTC’s to-of-the-line HTC One.

Has Sony outsmarted its competitors with this new product? Or is HTC One still the smarter choice?

Both handsets are boasting cool unique features, sexy designs, great camera and software. But there are some notable differences we found between them.

Design and Build

The Xperia Z1 has definitely been enhanced compared to its predecessor. Sony put forth their best effort for a sleek and skinny build, high-end...

HTC One vs HTC One Google Play Edition

By admin | Published August 3rd, 2013

If you've been keeping up with everything mobile, you'll know that both Samsung and HTC have released their handsets again in a 'Google Play Edition' variant.

This new model is available straight from Google and offers a similar experience to the Nexus range of devices.

This 'Google Play Experience' is known as Vanilla Android, and it's what Android feels like when manufacturers aren't putting any extra software overlays on top.

Which is better- the feature-filled HTC One, or the stripped down and bare HTC One Google Play Edition? Build...

HTC First

By admin | Published April 28th, 2013
HTC First  Review and SpecificationIntroduction

The HTC First’s name accurately reflects its role in the smartphone market, which is of course to be the first smartphone to have the Facebook Home interface prebuilt into the software available, but how does it compare to other handsets, and does it deserve a spot alongside other handsets of its range?

The hardware isn’t great, but the new Facebook software may just make up for that.

Build Quality

Whilst HTC had two previous ‘Facebook handsets’ with built-in physical Facebook buttons, the HTC First manages to keep the...

Galaxy S3 VS HTC One

By admin | Published April 21st, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S 3 vs HTC One ReviewAlthough the bets will be on the HTC One and the Galaxy S4 this year round, Samsung’s previous flagship, the Galaxy S3, still has a lot to be applauded for, and if you own a Galaxy S3 handset right now, you may be wondering whether the One is worth upgrading to.

If you’re a Samsung fan, the HTC One certainly isn’t the handset to go for, but it still has a lot of features that may make you choose it over the Galaxy line.

Build Quality The lack of metal on the Galaxy S3 turns many away, and the plastic-y feeling to the S3 certainly...

HTC One - Full Specs and Performance

By admin | Published February 21st, 2013

HTC One Specs

Are you looking to know more about the new HTC One smartphone? I am sure you do :) The new HTC device is a 2013 Android flagship, a really important handset which wants to change the dynamics for HTC. HTC One comes with new features and new specification four major areas:

a new BSI camera with optical image stabilization and UltraPixel technology, a great metal unibody design a new simplified HTC Sense Android experience  a better stereo sound.

The HTC One comes also with a 4.7-inch 1080p full HD display, powered by the Snapdragon...


By admin | Published February 4th, 2013

HTC ONE VX Review and SpecsThe one VX has a back speaker that can get fairly loud though the sound tends to get distorted as one increases the volume. Plugging in a set of ear phones will help resolve this problem even though this is not the most satisfactory of solutions.

Software and Interface:

Considering that the one VX+ hit the market around the same time as the one VX, it is surprising to see that the latter did not come with the latest jelly bean Operating System but instead chose to run with the Android Ice Cream Sandwich which operates on HTCs Sense 4...