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Handling HTC's Butterfly 2: the flagship phone you might never see

HTC has its metallic-hewn, well-received One smartphone series. Oh, and its cheaper Desire collection, which has also hit a creative groove of late. But then there's the company's Butterfly phones: high-spec Android devices that rarely make it out of...

HTC Desire Coming to Virgin Mobile

If you like the HTC One line, but don’t care much for the price, good news. The HTC Desire, a mid-range smartphone that has done well abroad, is finally coming to the United States through Virgin Mobile. HTC plans on bringing both the...Show More Summary

HTC's big, budget-minded Desire 816 phone reaches the US on August 12th

If you've been intrigued by HTC's big-yet-affordable Desire 816, you no longer have to go through an importer to get one in the US. The 5.5-inch Android smartphone will be available through Virgin Mobile on August 12th for $299 contract-free. Nothing...

HTC Brings the Desire 816 to the US

HTC is expanding their lineup of devices in the United States with the official launch of the Desire 816 on Virgin Mobile USA. We talked about the Desire 816 when it launched earlier this year at MWC, and much like the recently launched Desire 610 on AT&T it has taken quite some time for the Desire 816 to makes its way to the US. Show More Summary

HTC Desire family officially launching in the US

HTC has announced wider availability of their 2014 Desire line, bringing the mid-range Desire 610 and Desire 816 to more customers in the United States. The Desire 610 is currently available at AT&T for just $199.99 and also available unlocked direct from HTC via the web. Show More Summary

HTC's Desire Range More Broadly Available in US

HTC today expanded the availability of the Desire 816 and Desire 610 in the U.S. First, Virgin Mobile has committed to selling the Desire 816, which will be available beginning August 12 for $299. The 816 is an inexpensive phablet, which features a 5.5-inch 720p HD screen, plastic shell, and BoomSound speakers. Show More Summary

Review: HTC Desire 816

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

While there's lots of action in the high-rent district of phablet town, HTC is looking to sneak in and grab a slice of the mid-priced pie. But is a device that borrows the best from smartphone and tablet something that should be compromised...Show More Summary

Engadget Daily: HTC Desire 816 review, the perks of being verified and more!

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Today, we investigate the perks of being verified on social media, review the HTC Desire 816, look at Distiller's new social network for whiskey lovers and learn about the NFL's next-gen stat technology. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from...

HTC Desire 816 review: A mid-range M8 let down by sluggish cameras

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

HTC may have some problems behind closed doors, but outside, it's still widely regarded as one of the world's top phone makers. We already gave this year's One M8 flagship a rather jolly review, and now it's time to see if the same qualities are...

HTC Desire 610 now available from AT&T

The HTC Desire 610 is now available from AT&T. The Desire 610 is available for just $0.99 on a two-year contract, while customers paying the full price up front will shell out $199.99. The Desire 610 follows the same design is similar to the recent HTC One M8, though the Desire 610 has a plastic body, rather than metal.

HTC Desire 610 Review: HTC’s middle-of-the-road attempt feels more like a child’s toy

Originally published on Tech Digest 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...Show More Summary

HTC Desire 610 Review: HTC’s attempt at a mid-range pocket-pleaser feels like a child’s toy

Originally published on Tech Digest 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...Show More Summary

This is your best chance yet to get your hands on a OnePlus One... but you'd better hurry!

Among Android enthusiasts, the OnePlus One is easily the most desirable new smartphone of 2014 so far. It doesn’t have the 2K display from LG’s G3, the gorgeous metal build from the HTC One (M8) or the massive marketing budget backing Samsung’s Galaxy S5, but it’s a cutting edge smartphone powered by the highly hackable CyanogenMod software. Show More Summary

Briefly: 100 Calorie Winter Snacks, Quakecon Steam Sale, HTC Desire 816 Review

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Steam throws annual Quakecon computer game sale, 100 healthy winter snack ideas, the ten most ridiculous 1980s music videos. More »      

LG Pulse, Unify join the HTC Desire 816 and ZTE Emblem for Virgin Mobile US

A handful of mid-range Android smartphones are making their way to Virgin Mobile USA, according to the latest leak by @evleaks. The Twitter handle has published an image showing the LG Pulse, LG Unify, HTC Desire 816 and ZTE Emblem all slated for release on the US mobile operator.

HTC Desire 816: Australian Review

Can a mid-range phone really be better than its big brother? At this price, it’s certainly possible. Meet the HTC Desire 816: your new phone at half the price of a flagship. More »      

HTC Desire 610 set to hit AT&T

When it comes to smartphones, there are a few different tiers to choose from – starting with the entry level to the mid-range, and then there is the high end side of things. Needless to say, smartphones that reside in the high end hierarchy will more often than not cost more than half a grand unlocked, and is one of the more expensive ones even when it is bought on...

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