Top 10 Best HTC Phones 2017

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This month's #1 best HTC phone is the 10, a 4K smartphone. HTC makes only smartphones, essentially Android and Windows models, so Phonerated periodically gathers review scores for each HTC phone and computes the average rating each one gets to sort this list of the very best HTC phones 2017, updated at least once a month.

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#1. The HTC 10

HTC 10 picture.
Average Rating:
82%


Description:

HTC's first release since the MWC 2016 is a 5.2-inch Quad HD flagship called the HTC 10, which also offers a 12-megapixel HTC UltraPixel 4K-video-capable f/1.8 main camera and a 5-megapixel 1.34um-pixel selfie cam with Optical Image Stabilization -- one of the first of its kind...

Key features:

  • 12-megapixel (HTC UltraPixel 2) camera
  • 2.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 CPU
  • 5.2-inch Super LCD 5 display
  • Special features: Capacitive keys, Flip-To-Mute, Pocket Mode, Quite ring on pick up, Ice View Case support

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#2. The HTC One A9

Photo of the HTC One A9.
Average Rating:
79%


Description:

Kicking off a fresh color palette (with colors like Deep Garnet and Acid Gold) for HTC, the 5-inch A9 also introduces the Android Marshmallow OS and the Snapdragon 617 split-octa-core 64-bit CPU (with a 3GB RAM) to the brand's flagship One series...

Key features:

  • 13-megapixel camera
  • 1.5GHz + 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor
  • 5-inch AMOLED display
  • Special features: HTC UH OH protection

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#3. The HTC Desire 526

A picture of the HTC Desire 526.
Average Rating:
80%


Description:

Hitting the Android airwaves alongside the Desire 520 and 626s models, the HTC Desire 526 is a middling 4.7-inch qHD smartphone loaded with the BlinkFeed home screen, a 1.1GHz quad-core processor, and 1.5GB's worth of RAM...

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#4. The HTC Desire 626s

Photo of the HTC Desire 626s.
Average Rating:
78%


Description:

HTC's 5-inch HD Desire 626s is loaded with a bunch of low-end features, with the exception of a 2TB microSD support and dual-toned case color options...

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#5. The HTC One M9

HTC One M9 picture.
Average Rating:
78%


Description:

Unveiled a day before the MWC 2015 in Barcelona, HTC's 5-inch One M9 is bound to be of flagship stature with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 octa-core 64-bit processor, 20-megapixel sapphire-protected 4K-recording camera, and Sense UI v7.0...

What We Like:

  • Its 20-megapixel 4K main camera is one of the most capable sensors offered by HTC's flagship Android roster
  • The HTC Dot View Smart Case 2.0 is obviously more intuitive compared to its predecessor
  • The One M9 is the first model from HTC to offer the seventh edition of their signature Sense UI

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#6. The HTC Desire 530

A picture of the HTC Desire 530.
Average Rating:
81%


Description:

As far as mid-level 2016 smartphones go, the 5-inch HD Desire 530 offers a few somewhat desirable specs, including a 16GB memory accompanied by Flex Storage support and a 2TB microSD card slot, a BoomSound-enhanced audio system, and NFC-based mobile payment capabilities...

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#7. The HTC Desire 620 Dual SIM

A picture of the HTC Desire 620 Dual SIM.
Average Rating:
83%


Description:

The HTC Desire 620 Dual SIM is a quad-core-rigged 5-inch model that brings back the brand's signature BlinkFeed home screen and sports an HTC-Eye-equipped 8-megapixel rear camera...

What We Like:

  • Its 128GB memory expansion support is one of the highest capacities available in this class
  • The BlinkFeed home screen remains a key selling point for HTC smartphones

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#8. The HTC One ME

Photo of the HTC One ME.
Average Rating:
77%


Description:

Aiming to aid the One M9 in reeling in more HTC fans, the 5.2-inch WQHD (2560 x 1440) HTC One ME boasts a 2.2GHz MediaTek Helio X10 processor, a 20-megapixel 4K rear camera, as well as a combination of BoomSound and Dolby audio enhancements...

What We Like:

  • 20 megapixels on a back camera is one of HTC's highest resolutions yet
  • MediaTek's Helios X10 (2.2GHz, octa-core) is a close alternative to Qualcomm's eight-core processors
  • The Dolby Audio and BoomSound technologies complement its dual speakers nicely

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#9. The HTC One M9 Plus

A picture of the HTC One M9 Plus.
Average Rating:
77%


Description:

Equipped with a more capable 5.2-inch WQHD display and a MediaTek Helios X10 2.2GHz true octa-core processor, HTC's One M9 Plus addresses some of the M9's minor setbacks...

What We Like:

  • Its 20-megapixel sapphire-covered 4K camera is one of the most high-resolution sensors available as of its release
  • The Helios X10 is a true octa-core processor, unlike the M9's split octa-core engine
  • The fingerprint scanner is a nice addition to the M9's already wide array of sensors
  • The mix of BoomSound and Dolby audio is quite an interesting perk

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#10. The HTC One M8s

Photo of the HTC One M8s.
Average Rating:
84%


Description:

Just a few months after launching their MWC 2015 flagship One M9, HTC reintroduces the One M8 via the 5-inch One M8s, a follow-up that puts a 13-megapixel (dual LED flash) camera in place of the 4-megapixel UltraPixel back lens...

What We Like:

  • Its dual LED flash likely takes in more light compared to the conventional flash
  • Its single aluminum case is a signature design element from HTC
  • The 64-bit Snapdragon 615 1.7GHz octa-core CPU is used by a number of other high-end 2015 Androids

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