Summary: New Droid. HTC offers a new mainstream smartphone with a bright Full HD display and a Snapdragon S4 Pro SoC. The technology of the Super LCD 3 display was already convincing in the review of the larger sibling HTC One, but we also have a closer look at the other components...
Pros: Great display, High color accuracy, Full HD, Good build quality, Application performance, The vibrant display and the good build quality look as if they were made out of one piece. The Droid DNA is comfortably in the hands despite its large 5.0-inch display.
Cons: Mediocre camera, Limited storage without expandability, Average battery runtimes, Non-removable battery, High price, The internal storage is not very generous with 16 GB. A micro SD slot for expandability would have been nice.
Conclusion: After two weeks using the HTC Droid DNA, I can safely say it’s one of my top smartphone picks for 2012 and early 2013. This is not only a fast phone with the latest quad core Qualcomm S4 CPU, but it has a class-leading 1080p display that’s a feast for the eyes.
Pros: Superb 1080p display, fast phone, high quality materials and finish.
Cons: Only 16 gigs of non-expandable storage, battery sealed inside.
Conclusion: If the Droid DNA is a glimpse at the phones coming in 2013, sign us up. HTC has managed to cram an amazingly dense 1080p screen into a 5-inch frame and do it without severely harming battery life or processing power.
Pros: 1080p screen is best in class, Fantastic unibody design, Runs Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), Smooth interface, Great rear and front cameras
Cons: Only 16GB of storage (no microSD), HTC Sense UI can be annoying, 1080p screen impacts processing power, Battery barely makes it a day on moderate use
Summary: In this price range, the Galaxy S III offers more robust sharing features and gestures in a thinner and lighter design. There's just more innovation packed inside Samsung's device. Plus, the S III offers both microSD card expansion and a removable battery.
Summary: After lots of speculation, HTC has finally bitten the phablet bullet, although it still calls the device a smartphone. And has done so with a vengeance in both spec and price terms. But does the power packed Butterfly pack enough punch to overcome established players like the Galaxy Note?
Summary: Introduction HTC Butterfly X920D is an outstanding Smartphone that offers ultimate features which make it perfect to give tough competition to other high-end gadgets. The device has been designed to change the way phones are viewed as the phone enable the users to lead the way in every aspect.
Pros: Has a extremely stylish design , Offers great call quality , Offers a powerful configuration. , Provides sufficient internal storage , Has a really good camera
Cons: The SIM tray is not up to the mark , The battery is non-removable
Summary: With a price of Rs 45,990, the HTC Butterfly is officially the most expensive Android handset in the market and goes head on with the iPhone 5 . All said and done, the Butterfly is another brilliantly-crafted handset from HTC and takes pole position in their Android fleet.
Excerpt: Recently, HTC has launched its flagship Android smartphone HTC Butterfly in the market, which surely going to create a lasting impression on Android lovers. The phone is power driven by 1.5GHz Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor to provide you optimized and fastest mobile experience.