The HTC One, the latest flagship handset of the Taiwan-based firm HTC, is perhaps one of the most powerful Android devices ever built, to date. It ranks up there with the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the Sony Xperia Z, and bests both these devices in various departments, such as design
Once in a while, you become cloyed with what is customarily offered to you by the market. That’s the time when you look out for other products, which do not have to be drastically different from the usual. Sometimes it is enough that they tweak the original a little bit.
If the year 2012 was a very successful year for the smartphone industry, seeing the release of a number of powerful handheld devices such as the iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S4—two of the bestselling smartphones of that year—then the year 2013 promises better. With a lot of promising
HTC, the Taiwanese tech company, has consistently provided consumers with smartphones that are equipped with excellent hardware, though with less than stellar software. Its smartphones forms part of Android devices that have consistently dominated the market. In terms of market share, Samsung Electronics, maker of the highly successful Samsung Galaxy