Htc on a Budget: Our Best Money-Saving Tips

November 18, 2021


 So, we all know that HTC is a great phone. Sure, it’s got a higher price tag to match, but it’s also a great phone. If you’re willing to compromise on features, you can get a phone that’s just as good, with the same build quality and specs.

While the camera and other major features of HTC smartphones often cost more, they're usually not as expensive as they seem, and because of that make a big difference in which phone you buy.

This is especially true for flagship phones, which tend to cost more than their normal counterparts. In fact, a lot of the time, flagship smartphones are even cheaper than flagship phones of the same quality, but only because the price of the flagship goes up in order to cover the higher cost of the flagship.

For example, at Samsung, we had an HTC One M8 that cost $399 on contract and another that cost $499 on contract. It was hard to beat either of these, but if you were looking for a great smartphone for just $200, we'd recommend the $399 version. Also, if you were a Samsung fan, the $499 model was pretty much the one you'd want to buy.

The HTC One M8 is a nice phone, but it is a bit hard to beat if you want a budget phone.

It certainly gets the job done, and it’s priced competitively, but it is hard to beat for the quality of the build, the display, the camera, the camera app, and the battery life.

For those of you who don't know, HTC has two flagship smartphones coming out in 2015, the HTC One M9 for $299 and the HTC One M8 for $199. Both are high-end, premium smartphones with beautiful displays, fast performance, and great cameras. Both are also super-cheap smartphones with excellent battery life. They also both have great cameras, and they are easily the best smartphones we have reviewed in the past year.

Of course, for those of you that don't know, we are not only the best smartphones


we have reviewed, but we are the only two that have ever been reviewed by the same publication. We review a lot of phones and gadgets here at WIRED, so we have been on a ton of the phones that are going to be released this year.

Yes, we do like to talk about the best phones we have ever reviewed.

We were all over the iPhone 3GS, the Droid, the G2, the HTC Rezound, and the Droid 2. But because we have been on all of them, we have learned a ton about the phones we review and what they are capable of. We also have more phones under our belt than some of our friends.

In this article, we will be reviewing the iPhone 3GS, G2, G2 HD, Droid 2, Droid RAZR, HTC Rezound, and HTC Rezound HD. While each phone has its strengths and weaknesses, our goal is to highlight how each phone is worth its price in the long run.

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