A roundup of the top smartphones and tablets launched in October 2014.
Here’s a short review of the affordable variant of HTC’s popular mid-range phablet
First look at the HTC’s most affordable phablet and how it’s different from its pricier sibling
The Desire 820 and its lower-priced variant, the 820q are the first 64-bit Android smartphones in India
Even in the shadows of its sibling, the One (E8) manages to have its own distinct style and offers flagship-level specs.
The HTC One (E8) is more than just the affordable sibling of the M8.
The One (E8) is able to one-up its own sibling in the camera department
If you’ve got your eyes set upon HTC’s latest offering, the One (E8) but wanted to clarify a few things, you’re at the right place
Here are the top devices which users searched for in the month of July
While we applaud the Taiwanese brand’s effort to cater to the budget segment, the device doesn’t have enough to take on the recently-launched giants in its price band
Here’s a quick review of the HTC Desire 516 in the form of pictures
The HTC Desire 616 looks like a noteworthy mid-ranger with dual-SIM support
The HTC One (E8) looks almost exactly the same as the One (M8), but feels different
The HTC Desire 816 might just be the dual-SIM phablet you’re looking for
The HTC Desire 816 is a compelling buy if you need a mid-range dual-SIM phablet
The HTC Desire 816's 13-meg camera is pretty good, especially in good ambient light
Got doubts in your mind regarding HTC's dual-SIM phablet, the Desire 816? We might have an answer
The top 20 list for the month of May 2014 is crowded by budget offerings
Marrying form and function like never before, the HTC One (M8) is a standout and worthy flagship
The HTC One (M8) stands out as a great-looking, well-built flagship that performs well too