Compare HTC phone models
Key facts about HTC phones
- HTC contributed to the development of the Android operating system and manufactured the first Android-powered smartphone: the HTC Dream.
- Along with its branded handsets, HTC is responsible for manufacturing smartphones like the Google Nexus 9 and Google Pixel.
HTC has built an awful lot of smartphones over the years, from top-of-the-line flagship models to more budget-friendly mid-range handsets. Start shopping for an HTC handset, and it's easy to get lost in a sea of potential purchases. Names like the HTC U Play, the HTC U Ultra and the HTC Desire don't exactly help in distinguishing these different handsets from each other, and this can make it quite challenging to figure out which one best fits your needs and lifestyle.
We want to help with that, so we've outlined the core features you'll want to consider when comparing HTC smartphones. With this information, you'll have the know-how to make a clear and effective buying decision.
Looking for an HTC phone on a plan?
Because HTC's smartphones are almost exclusively marketed as premium handsets, buying one outright at launch will typically set you back at least $1,000. That's a whole lot of moolah, and not a sum many of us can just pluck out of our wallets willy-nilly. The more popular solution is to purchase an HTC handset on contract through an Australian mobile carrier.
Check out the table below to compare postpaid SIM-only plans:
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