A decent Windows Mobile PDA-phone with a few extras to please business users. Be prepared to lug the charger around in your briefcase.
Aside from 3G, this update to the S710 adds little improvement. In fact, the S730 is slightly heavier than its predecessor and delivers less battery life. Whether you go for the S730 will depend largely on how much you need 3G
The HTC 7 Mozart isn't the awesome camera phone that it claims to be, and an 8GB memory limit is its Achilles heel as a music phone. But its xenon flash, excellent music store and fresh Windows Phone 7 OS, mean it's still music to our ears.
Despite its small stature, the HTC Wildfire S is well-crafted and easy on the eye. Unfortunately, a slow data network holds it back.
The Sprint Mogul by HTC brings some needed design and feature updates to its predecessor, and refreshes the carrier's staid lineup of smartphones. It has some performance issues, but is worth the upgrade.
There are two lessons in the Sensation XL: firstly, a single-core processor can keep up with dual-core chipsets, and, secondly, bigger is most certainly better.
Though its plastic design and photo quality are unchanged, the HTC Ozone offers a more affordable price tag, improved features, and better voice quality than its Sprint HTC Snap counterpart.
Though certain aspects of the phone limit its appeal to a larger audience, the HTC Rhyme is a solid and stylish midrange Android device that comes with some nice accessories.
The HTC Status offers stellar hardware and a fantastic Facebook experience, but it's hampered by a tiny landscape-oriented screen.
The One XL is just like the One X, but with 4G network speeds. It also benchmarks faster, though it is similarly held back by its battery life.
The HTC Rhyme lacks dual-core power and has a small screen, but it boasts the latest version of HTC's Sense interface and a box packed to bursting point with trendy accessories.
The HTC Wildfire S is a small, classy smartphone that's great for basic social networking, texting and calls.
The ChaCha is a sleek-looking number that Facebook fiends will flock to, but its tiny screen makes it difficult to use under certain circumstances.
It's comfy in the hand, and handles the basics well. The HTC Explorer certainly has a unique appeal.
This is what the original HTC Touch should have been all along. HTC's Touch Viva is a snappy device that does the basics well, although it lacks high-end features. If you're a gadget freak, steer clear, but if you just want to check your emails on the go, it's worth checking out
With Windows Phone 7, the HD7 is a great smartphone for beginners but its locked OS and absent features will frustrate seasoned smartphone users.
Good performance stands out for the P3600i, a PDA-style handset that's too hefty to win any beauty pageants. Great connectivity and a decent camera make this a great option for the traveling business person who wants to travel light.