Although it does have some flaws, the $199.99 HTC One X+ is currently the best Android buy on AT&T.
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Quad-core processing isn't everything, and AT&T's new $199.99 HTC One X proves it. This advanced Android has style, speed, blazing 4G, and power galore.
If you've been dreaming of a wonderfully powerful Android 4.0 smartphone boasting everything but the kitchen sink and don't live in the U.S., the globally available HTC One X could have your name on it.
HTC's One A9 is just fine for a midrange device, but for its astonishingly high full retail price, you can buy much more powerful, better overall phones.
HTC's new One M9+ packs an ultra high definition 5.2-inch display and a fingerprint scanner on the front. It also sees the return of the depth-sensing duo camera.
The updated HTC One M9 packs speed and software improvements into a handset that remains lustworthy in middle age, but it doesn't exceed the competition where it counts.
This new, European-bound handset has a 5-inch screen, 13-megapixel camera and octa-core processor inside.
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Verizon subscribers can't beat the polished-metal HTC One Remix for value and style.
The One E8 offers the high-end HTC experience in glossy colors and a plastic case, but without a unique selling point, there's little reason to buy this expensive device.
A few quibbles notwithstanding, the powerhouse HTC One is a beautifully crafted, near-ideal smartphone.