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This month's #1 best HTC phone is the U12 Plus, a phablet. 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 2020, updated at least once a month.
Even with a smaller review sample, based on this phone's average ranking of 87%, we are confident that the HTC U12+ is, as of now, Phonerated's best HTC phone 2020. Furthermore, we think that our 217 reviews sampled across multiple sources give us a safe-enough confidence level that justifies making it the most interesting choice as of now.
The HTC U12 Plus is a premium-tier phablet whose specs include a 6-inch 1440p Super LCD 6 screen, a dual selfie camera (twin 8-megapixel lenses), and the Edge Sense 2 pressure-sensing gesture suite.
|Average rating: (87%) (217 reviews over 3 sources)|
With its star rating of 4 over 41 reviews, here is second best HTC phone. * This list, by the way, is based on an in-depth analysis of hundreds of reviews from across the web.
The Edge-Sense-equipped HTC U11 Plus is a flagship phablet whose key specs include a rarely-seen 4-mic system (with HTC BoomSound and USonic), an eight-core CPU coupled with 6GB of RAM, and a large 6-inch 1440p Super LCD 6 screen with an 18:9 aspect ratio.
|Average rating: (80%) (41 reviews over 2 sources)|
Question #1: Should it be a smartphone or not?
The HTC U Ultra strives to be the go-to multimedia smartphone by putting emphasis on specs like its 16-megapixel selfie shooter and 12-megapixel rear camera (both of which offer HTC's UltraPixel feature), 4K video recording, 3D audio capability with HTC USonic and BoomSound, and media-sharing via DLNA, Chromecast, Airplay, and Miracast support.
|Average rating: (80%) (250 reviews over 2 sources)|
The HTC U11 Life is an imaging-inclined waterproof (IP67) smartphone whose two 16-megapixel cameras are accompanied by specs like HTC's Edge Sense (squeeze -based control), a 64GB memory extendable by 2TB, and a 2.2GHz eight-core CPU coupled with 4GB of RAM.
|Average rating: (69%) (130 reviews over 2 sources)|
Of all this phone's specs, its clear that HTC's priority has been imaging specs (shown by the 16MP rear cam and the 8MP selfie cam) and the 3000mAh battery, considering that its 3GB RAM is relatively-low and that its Helio P10 processor runs at a maximum speed of only 1.8GHz.
|Average rating: (74%) (37 reviews over 2 sources)|
The Desire 10 Lifestyle is a quasi-high-end 5-inch smartphone equipped with a promising audio system, composed of the Dolby Audio technology and a 24-bit Hi-Res certification, which is backed by a 3GB RAM and a 2TB maximum external memory support.
|Average rating: (75%) (63 reviews over 2 sources)|
This Lifestyle version of the flagship HTC 10 smartphone boasts a similar 5.2-inch Quad HD display and a 12-megapixel 4K-video main camera, but runs on an eight-core 1.8GHz CPU (3GB RAM), instead of the 10's quad-core 2.2GHz engine.
|Average rating: (80%) (58 reviews)|
The Desire 625's basic 5MP main shooter, 720p display, and 2000mAh battery may be excused by its status as a low-end phone, but its 1.1GHz processor and 1.3MP selfie cam both appear pale compared to the specs of even budget devices.
|Average rating: (73%) (62 reviews over 2 sources)|
The HTC U Play smartphone, being the U Ultra's cheaper 5.2-inch cousin, strives to excite photography lovers -- with specs like its 16-megapixel rear and selfie cameras (the latter of which comes equipped with HTC's low-light-aiding UltraPixel mode) -- and audiophiles alike, brandishing its USonic feature that's designed to personalize audio by analyzing the user's inner ears.
|Average rating: (63%) (43 reviews over 3 sources)|
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