Upcoming HTC phones
One M9 Prime Camera EditionCompareThe phone comes with a 5-inch screen carrying a resolution of 1080 x 1920 (FHD). The MediaTek MT6795 SoC is under the hood with an octa-core 2.2GHz CPU. 2GB of RAM is inside along with 16GB of expandable native storage. On back is a 13MP camera with an aperture of f/2.0 and OIS. There is an UltraPixel front-facing camera, and a 2840mAh battery keeps the lights on.+ View Specs
One S9CompareThe HTC One S9 is an upper mid-range phone and not on the same level as flagship devices. This is evident by the year-old design, but also by the fact that the S9 sports a MediaTek Helio X10 system chip, 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, 13-megapixel main camera with optical image stabilization and an additional ultrapixel unit for selfies.+ View Specs
Desire 825CompareThe HTC Desire 825 features a 5.5 inches HD Super LCD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 SOC, 2 gigs of RAM and 16GB internal, expandable storage. The main camera is 13 megapixels and is capable of 1080p video recording. The front snapper is 5 megapixels. The phone is powered by a 2700 mAh battery and runs Android 6.0.+ View Specs
Desire 530CompareThe Desire 530 comes with a 5" 720p display, a quad-core Snapdragon 210 clocked at 1.1GHz, some 1.5GB of RAM, as well as 16GB of native storage, and a microSD card slot for expansion purposes. There's an 8MP rear camera with an f/2.4 aperture, while the front of the handset has a 5MP snapper with f/2.8. We're dealing with an LTE enabled handset that has a 2,200mAh battery and an Extreme Power Saving mode on board. Marshmallow is on board, which is undoubtedly nice.+ View Specs
Upcoming HTC Phones
This is an up-to-date list of upcoming HTC phones. These are either officially announced models that have not yet hit the market or future models, which we know thanks to leaks or rumors.
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).