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Troy Wolverton: New HTC phones are Ones to look for

Troy Wolverton: New HTC phones are Ones to look for
News from Bellingham Herald:

When it comes to smartphones, I’m an iPhone guy. But I’ve long appreciated HTC’s Android phones.

The first Android phone I really liked was the Google Nexus One, which was made by HTC. I also was a big fan of the Nexus One’s sibling, the Droid Incredible.

But in the past year or so, HTC has struggled to make phones that stood out in the increasingly crowded Android marketplace. It has lost share to Samsung, which has focused on phones with jumbo, brilliantly lit screens.

Now HTC is trying to stage a comeback. Earlier this year, it announced a new flagship line of phones dubbed One. The first two models in the line, the One S and the One X, recently hit store shelves at T-Mobile and AT&T, respectively.

I’ve been testing out both phones and generally like what I’ve seen. I don’t consider either one a must-have, but they are both worth a serious look if you are in the market for an Android device.

Of the two, I was immediately drawn to the One S. I’ve not been a big fan of phones with screens larger than 4 inches because they tend to be unwieldy to use with one hand. But the One S is super-sleek.

Despite having the same 4.3-inch screen as Motorola’s Droid Razr, the One S is lighter. It’s also nearly as thin as the Razr without having a raised bump for its camera. Instead, the One S’s back is flat with rounded edges and feels g…………… continues on Bellingham Herald

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HTC Phones Show Up On American Shores
News from RedOrbit:

May 30, 2012

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Michael Harper for RedOrbit.com

Those Android lovers who have had their hearts set on a new HTC One X or EVO 4G LTE have reason to celebrate. For nearly a month, shipments of these devices have been held in captivity by US Customs in compliance with an ITC ruling. Yesterday, HTC announced these phones are now clear to leave customs and head their way towards carriers and customers alike.

“HTC has completed the review process with US Customs and HTC devices have been released, as they are in compliance with the ITC’s ruling,” said Tom Harlin, HTC spokesman, according to an email to Wired. “Future shipments should continue to enter the US and we are confident that we will soon be able to meet the demand for our products.”

In order to get around these patent issues, HTC had to shift the design of the new phones, therefore avoiding any disputes w…………… continues on RedOrbit

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