Available HTC phones
HarrierCompareThe Audiovox XV-6600 (HTC Harrier) is CDMA Pocket PC smartphone and features EV-DO high speed data (some models), Bluetooth, full extractable QWERTY keyboard, and 400 Mhz Intel processor with 128 Mb ram. Versions with and without camera are available.+ View Phone
TyphoonCompareAudiovox SMT5600 is the smallest Microsoft Mobile powered smartphone. It features 65k TFT display, built-in VGA camera, miniSD card slot, Bluetooth, streaming multimedia, polyphonic ringtones, speakerphone, GPRS, wireless Internet browser, J2ME, voice dialing and voice recording.+ View Phone
VoyagerCompareFeature rich global roaming GSM phone, running Microsoft Mobile 2003 for Smartphone, with built-in camera, Bluetooth and web browsing+ View Phone
HimalayasCompareHTC Himalayas is global roaming GSM phone, featuring built-in camera, Bluetooth, polyphonic ringtones, runs on Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC.+ View Phone
FalconCompareThe Audiovox PPC 5050 is the successor of the Thera. It runs Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC operating system, has large TFT 65k color touch display, 400mhz Intel processor, and high speed CDMA2000 1xRTT data.+ View Phone
TanagerCompareThis tri-band GSM Smarphone features speakerphone, SD/MMC card slot, voice recording, MP3 playback and infrared. The phone comes with Pocket Outlook, MSN Messenger and Windows Media Player.+ View Phone
CanaryCompareThis tri-band GSM Smartphone with TFT color display features speakerphone, SD/MMC card slot, and infrared. The phone comes with MSN Messenger IM client and Windows Media player pre-installed.+ View Phone
9500CompareThis Pocket PC Phone with TFT color display features speakerphone, SD/MMC card slot, infrared, GRPS and voice recording. The phone comes with Microsoft Pocket Outlook and Windows Media Player for streaming video, audio and MP3s.+ View Phone
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This is an up-to-date list of all HTC phones available on the market.
HTC is Taiwan-based manufacturer of smartphones. Formally known as High Tech Computer Corporation, it started its business by manufacturing notebooks, but later focused on smartphones. It was the first to manufacture a Microsoft-powered smartphone (2002) and the first to produce an Android-powered smartphone (2008).