HTC One A9 Hands-On: An iPhone 6S for Android Fans

Set to land just below the this year's HTC One M9 in HTC's flagship "One" range, HTC's new HTC One A9 is a premium-build Android Marshmallow smartphone with specs that sit just under those found in the top tier HTC One M9. Read More >>

LG Slams its MWC 2015 Rivals: “You Need to Show Innovation, Not Just Say It”

MWC is the mobile tech battleground, with Sony, Samsung, Microsoft, HTC and others lining up to pit their devices against each other. But if one company has its gloves off, it's LG. Coming into the show on the back of the well received LG G Flex 2 (though still yet to reveal a 2015 flagship of its own), its team has been less than impressed with the standard of innovation its rivals have shown at the show. Read More >>

HTC Has a New Dot View Case That’s Also a Games Console

It’s hard to get too excited about a phone case most of the time -- some have interesting secondary functions such as battery extenders or camera lens additions, but usually you’ll be lucky if you can find one that’s simply attractive and protective. To find one that’s fun is even more rare, but HTC’s new Dot View case is just that, as it doubles up as a simple games console. Read More >>

HTC One M9 Hands-On: An Angular Evolution of the Best Android Phone

Evolution, not revolution. That’s clearly the plan behind the HTC One M9, which has just officially been revealed at MWC 2015. After two years of bold new designs with the One line, the Taiwanese company has set to refining last year’s One M8 for the 2015 flagship. It’s another impressive device going by the brief hands-on preview time I had with the smartphone, but you’ll have to dig a little deeper to find the biggest improvements. Read More >>

You Have HTC to Thank for Android’s Current Success

In a few short weeks, technology journalists, inventors, PRs and investors from around the globe will descend on Barcelona for 2015's Mobile World Congress. Over the past half-decade or so, it's supplanted Las Vegas's CES as the most important of the major, multi-manufacturer gadget showcases, and it's all down to one software line -- Google's Android. Read More >>

HTC One M9 Specs, Price, Release Date: Everything There is to Know So Far (Updated)

Last year's HTC One M8 was one of the, if not the, best Android phone of 2014. Its premium metal design made the rest of the Android competition feel cheap by comparison, HTC's Sense UI offered some meaningful additions (particularly when it came to depth-shifting photography) and its BoomSound front-facing speakers made headphone-free movie viewing on a smartphone actually pleasurable. Read More >>

HTC One M9 May Use a 20MP Standard Camera Instead of UltraPixel

When HTC first launched its "One" line, the low-light UltraPixel camera system was trumpeted as being the future of smartphone snapping. But even by the launch of the HTC One M8, the reality was that the UltraPixel camera was divisive, with many preferring a standard (often sharper) camera instead. According to Bloomberg, it seems HTC are all-but-ready to capitulate. Read More >>

The Best Smartphone Camera: iPhone 6 Edition

Since we last pitted the best smartphone cameras against one another, a few new contenders have entered the fold, notably the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. That makes now the perfect time to settle which smartphone packs in the snappiest shooter. Read More >>

How the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Stack Up Against Their Toughest Competition

The new iPhones are here! They're sleek and rounded, just like the leaked photos we've been seeing for months. But now we finally know what's inside that Jony Ive-designed shell. How do Apple's latest and greatest measure up to the stiff smartphone competition? Let's see. Read More >>

HTC and New BFF Google Offer 100GB of Google Drive Space With Select 2014 Phones

Owners of the new HTC One (M8), the HTC One Max and Desire 816 now qualify for a staggering 100GB of Google Drive storage, meaning you should, once the relevant cables are made available, be able to back your entire brain up to the cloud for two years. Some older models will get a 25GB chunk of server when upgrading to Sense 5+ and Sense 6 too. [Google via Phandroid] Read More >>

Windows-Powered HTC One M8 is Official, But Only in the US (Updated With Hands-On)

The rumours have been swirling since July, but now it's official: A Windows 8.1-powered HTC One is arriving on US shores for Verizon customers starting today. Where's ours, HTC? Read More >>

How Does the LG G3 Stack Up Against its Rivals?

It suffered its fair share of pre-launch leaks and rumours, but LG's G3 flagship smartphone managed to keep a handful of secrets back for last night's launch event. With a 2560 x 1440 resolution screen, a Laser Auto Focus camera and speedy quad-core processor, it has left nothing to chance. But does it have what it takes to impress over its iPhone 5S and Samsung Galaxy S5 competition? Read More >>

Cheaper HTC One (M8) Ace May Launch in June as the Vogue Edition

More leaks regarding HTC's anticipated slightly-budget HTC One with just the one rear camera have emerged, suggesting the HTC One (M8) Ace may in fact arrive known as the HTC One Vogue Edition. And a June 3rd launch date is apparently scheduled. Read More >>

HTC One Mini 2 Hands On: Like a Small M8, but Not a Small M8

Yep, you read that headline correctly -- this isn’t the HTC One M8 Mini, as had widely been rumoured, but a HTC One Mini 2, a follow up to last year’s flagship spin-off. And it’s a distinction that’s important to make. Read More >>

HTC One Mini 2 Confirmed but Loses the One M8 Duo Camera

As if you were ever in any doubt of its existence, HTC’s officially lifted the covers off the HTC One Mini 2, its leading pint-sized phone for 2014. But, as its name suggests, it’s not quite as feature-rich as this year’s One M8 flagship, with the company instead presenting it as a direct successor to last year’s One Mini. Read More >>