HTC has a number of Android powered smartphones available. Skins are designed to run on top of the Android platform and provide HTC specific features. With the plethora of different phones available at different prices it can be difficult to determine the best HTC phone for you.
The HTC One runs Android™ with HTC Sense™ and HTC BlinkFeed™. This quad core beast of a phone has 2GB of DDR2 RAM and runs on 4G. The phone has a front and back camera as well as 1080p video recording functionality with HDR video. The battery is touted at a massive 500 hours of standby time. Consider the HTC One if you’re looking for a sleek flagship phone and don’t mind the large size.
The HTC Butterfly features a full 1080p HD display. Running on a quad core processor this HTC phone has 2GB of RAM. The camera is an 8MP auto focus. The Butterfly runs on Android™ with HTC Sense™ and provides 16GB of internal memory. If you need a full HD display and the latest generation quad core processor this phone will not disappoint.
The HTC Butterfly s is a more premium phone. With a slightly higher clock rate on the CPU and 2GB RAM, the Butterfly slightly outperforms the HTC One. The Butterfly is a smaller phone with a significantly longer battery life at 659 hours of standby time. 3.5G network capabilities are supported. Beats audio powers the speakers of this device. This phone also runs Android™ with HTC Sense™ and HTC BlinkFeed™. If you’re looking for a premium phone in a relatively small package this may be the option for you.
The HTC Desire 601 comes at a more affordable price than other HTC phones and offers impressive features. The Desire 601 is relatively small and has a dual core processor with 1GB of RAM. The Desire 601 also runs Android™ with HTC Sense™ and HTC BlinkFeed™. This phone is 4G capable and lasts up to 440 hours of standby on 3G. A 5MP auto focus camera provides advanced photo shooting features and 1080p video recording. Consider this a cheaper phone with 4G capabilities and typical HTC functionality.