Our list of the best HTC phones presents you with the most desired delicacies found within the company’s basket. The company has a plethora of devices under its belt, each with its own tantalizing factors that should appeal to your individuality. Whatever attributes you crave for, you can be sure the company will rise to the occasion and provide a product which would satisfy that tech appetite. Besides some great features, most of the handsets come with a pocket-friendly price tag, adding another feather to HTC’s cap. Take a look at what we have in store for all you HTC loyalists out there.
1 – Thunderbolt 4G:
We begin this roster with a clap of thunder that comes in the form of the Thunderbolt. Porting along the Android 2.2 OS, this handset sports a 4.3-inch WVGA TFT capacitive touchscreen. The offering in question seems like an apt addition to the entertainment buff’s holster. Besides the fact that you can download loads of movie, music, games and e-books, it also features a pop-out kickstand and surround sound for that mini theater experience right in your very own bedroom or living room. Popcorn anyone?
Then there’s also an 8MP camera with LED flash that can be turned into a 720p HD camcorder for capturing some of life’s precious memories. Fitted with a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, the device has the ability to transform into a wireless router for up to 10 Wi-Fi enabled gadgets.
Price: $49.99 via Verizon
2 – Incredible S:
The Incredible S slithers onto our HTC phones roster and brings along with it a unique contoured design for all you fashionistas. Apart from just shining bright with a stunning appearance, it also offers a more secure grip, as revealed by the company. Whatever the integrated HD camcorder records, you can view the same with utmost clarity via the 4-inch display. And not to forget the virtual surround sound by SRS option which makes even the best home videos seem like you’re watching a Steven Spielberg movie. You can surf the Internet while sipping on your daily cup of caffeine thanks to the 1GHz processor and web page panning capabilities. Although an update to version Android 2.3.5 with HTC Sense 3.0 is already available, you can look forward to drool over Ice Cream Sandwich sometime this year.
3 – Inspire 4G:
Similar to the aforementioned handsets, the Inspire 4G also enables movie enthusiasts to watch their favorite flicks on their very own portable device, anywhere, anytime. Aiding them in this endeavor is a large 4.3-inch WVGA screen, 4G speed for streaming and Dolby + SRS Surround with noise cancellation. Furthermore, shutterbugs can exploit the 8MP camera with live picture effects, LED flash and 720p camcorder capabilities. A 1GHz Snapdragon Qualcomm QSD8255 processor and 1230mAh rechargeable Li-ion battery is what this gadget incorporates along with the Android 2.2 OS which can now be upgraded to Gingerbread. Coming to its attractive form factor, it sports a slim uni-body metal alloy design and overall, weighs just 5.78 ounces.
4 – ChaCha:
Moving away from all that touchscreen action, we now serve up the ChaCha on our HTC phones platter. Besides accommodating a 2.6-inch 480 x 320p resolution touchscreen, it also features a well spaced out physical QWERTY keyboard and not to forget, a dedicated Facebook button as well. The latter becomes a portal for all your social networking deeds like updating your status or uploading photos. If you thought that’s all this tiny blue square does well, you might be surprised to know it also gently begins pulsing with light when there’s an opportunity to share updates or content. Swirling to its internals, the phone includes an 800MHz CPU and Android Gingerbread 2.3.3, while a 5MP camera with auto focus and LED as well as a front facing VGA snapper nicely wraps up the specs on this puppy.
5 – Sensation 4G:
A sensation in its own right, the HTC Sensation is one portable entertainer that you would surely want to flaunt without any hesitation. Tipping the scales at just 148g, it accommodates a 4.3-inch touchscreen, which displays pictures and videos captured through the handset’s 8MP camera with auto focus and LED flash.
The device calls on all creative folk to dabble in some snipping of their own as it allows them to trim videos down to the bare essentials and share their final work via social networking sites. Fitted with a 1.2GHz dual core processor, it also offers you a slice of Gingerbread.
Price: $149.99 via T-Mobile
6 – Wildfire S:
‘Surf in style. Being offline is not an option,’ is what the company claims to provide with this next entrant in our list of HTC phones. Adding more glitter to their gab, the Wildfire S offers multi-window browsing, automatic text resizing and text highlighting for acquiring instant search results on YouTube, Wikipedia and of course, Google. Weighing just 105g, it paints a 3.2-inch touchscreen across its slim form factor that measures 101.3mm x 59.4mm x 12.4mm. This smartphone will allow you to give in to your shutterbug indulgence as it portrays a 5MP camera with auto focus and flash. Featuring a CPU that clocks in at 600MHz, the device can be updated to Android 2.3.5.
7 – Evo 3D:
Sharing its 3D goodness with the rest of tech world is the Evo 3D which now enters with 4G capabilities. The 4.3-inch 3D QHD screen is your window to experience pictures, videos and movies, all in 3D. Boasting of dual 5MP snappers and an intuitive camera button, formulating your very own Avatar 3D rendition might not sound so farfetched.
The body incorporates a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual core processor and extends wireless connectivity to up to 8 devices. The other specs on the sheet include a rechargeable 1730mAh battery and Android 2.3 OS, all wrapped up in a slim chassis that measures 5 x 2.6 x 0.47 inches.
Price: $49.99 via Sprint
Seen something you like within our array of the best HTC phones? Then go grab that wallet and head straight for the store or go online and pick up your handset. Do let us know which ones made it to the winner’s circle and in case we have left out your favorite delight, enlighten us with the desired option.