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  1. HTC Legend review

    HTC Legend review

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    After the success of the HTC Hero, the Taiwanese firm is back again with the first of its duo of Android 2.1 phones, the HTC Legend.

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    HTC HD2 review

    HTC HD2 review

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    The HTC HD2 is the world's first Windows Mobile-toting phone with a capacitive screen, and also packs the world's largest mobile phone display too.

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    HTC Tattoo review

    HTC Tattoo review

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    The first cheap Android handset to challenge the big boys

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    HTC Touch2 review

    HTC Touch2 review

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    A good handset with a huge list of features. Don't expect it to be an iPhone-beater, though.

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    HTC Hero review

    HTC Hero review

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    At last the phone we've been waiting for has finally arrived. The HTC Hero has emerged blinking into the light, complete with the new Sense UI, to unleash a smackdown on the iPhone and the Palm Pre. Android upgraded, this is the most powerful Google OS phone yet.

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    HTC Touch Pro2 review

    HTC Touch Pro2 review

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    The Pro2 is considerably larger and heavier than its predecessor, but it also has a bigger and better tilting touch screen as well as a much improved interface, and a new conference call facility which HTC has labelled 'Straight Talk'.

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    HTC Magic review

    HTC Magic review

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    While the world is once again going ga-ga over the possible latest iteration of the iPhone, some of them have forgotten about the movement that goes under the guise of Android from Google and others from the Open Handset Alliance, and the latest from the organisation has landed, the HTC Magic.

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    HTC S740 review

    HTC S740 review

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    Slim, practical Windows Mobile workhorse with slide-out four row QWERTY keyboard

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    HTC Touch Diamond review

    HTC Touch Diamond review

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    At one time, HTC made handsets for other companies, but it is increasingly making a name for itself in the Windows Mobile space. The Touch Diamond (£450 inc. VAT) has a high-gloss finish and the faceted design on the back helps give it its name. The quality of the plastic used is variable, as the back of the device is solid but we found the front a little less robust. The glossy finish also means you’ll be constantly polishing the 2.8-inch screen.

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    HTC Touch Diamond review

    HTC Touch Diamond review

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    When it comes to beautifully designed, do-everything touchscreen smartphones, the iPhone understandably takes the lion's share of the attention. But while other devices have exceeded the iPhone's spec, few have come close to its styling or usability until the HTC Touch Diamond.

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    HTC TyTN II review

    HTC TyTN II review

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    In many ways the HTC TyTN II highlights the difference between the Windows approach to phones and the new Apple iPhone take on things.

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    HTC Touch Dual review

    HTC Touch Dual review

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    Beating the much-discussed iPhone to market by a couple of months, HTC's Touch offered a large touch-sensitive screen with phone, camera and all the flexibility of a Windows Mobile operating system

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    HTC TyTN II review

    HTC TyTN II review

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    HTC was doing touchscreen smartphones when the iPhone was just a twinkle in Steve Jobs' eye, and is continually improving both features and functionality. Its latest, the TyTN II, is one of the most formidable smartphones around

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    HTC Advantage review

    HTC Advantage review

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    If you think of the HTC Advantage purely as smartphone, you're talling one hefty bit of kit - so big in fact that it comes in two parts. Weighing in at over 359g, the device sets some sort of record for a smartphone

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    HTC S710 review

    HTC S710 review

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    HTC is thename of the company that manufactures an increasingly diverse range of smartphones for a wide variety of vendors. So you might buy the HTC S710 as a SIM-free handset for £260,but the smart option is to sign up for an OrangeSPV E650

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    HTC Touch review

    HTC Touch review

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    Much as we'd like to avoid making the obvious comparison, you can't help but notice the similarities between the new HTC Touch and the iPhone. But despite the interface, this is far from another me-too product

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    HTC S710 review

    HTC S710 review

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    Phones with built-in typewriter keyboards are nothing new. But now they've gone from cult to mainstream. It is no longer quirky to go Qwerty ­- the BlackBerry has seen to that. Now handsets with a full alphabet of buttons are appearing in many ranges

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    HTC S710 review

    HTC S710 review

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    Windows Mobile Pocket PCs and SmartPhones are truly connected devices. Pop your SIM into one and you can surf the web, do mobile email, use them as modems with your notebook computer, write text messages and make voice calls.

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    HTC MTeoR review

    HTC MTeoR review

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    After producing hardware for other handheld manufacturers, HTC has started selling its own-brand products. The HTC MTeoR (£299 inc. VAT) is a smartphone, and runs Windows Mobile 5.0

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    HTC TyTN review

    HTC TyTN review

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    Just how much functionality do you want in a single device? If your answer is 'everything', then look no further than the HTC TyTN.

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    HTC TyTN review

    HTC TyTN review

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    Taking the big step to go it alone takes guts - but getting the timing right is crucial. HTC is probably the most successful mobile phone company that most people have never heard of.

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