Sometimes it’s hard to remember there are more choices in smartphone operating systems than just iOS (which is installed on Apple’s iPhone) and Android. But if you’re looking for a more PC-like interface, you might want to check out a Windows phone. Up until recently, your best bet was Nokia’s Lumia line. But with the release of Windows Phone 8, that has changed. So if you’re not too keen on banking on a company, which financially speaking, is the Finnish equivalent of RIM, you might want to check out what HTC has to offer.
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A couple of months ago, I was given a sneak peek of the LG Optimus G, the first quad-core LTE cellphone available in Canada. And I was quite impressed. Now that I have had a chance to play around with one, my opinion is largely unchanged. It is easily one of the most powerful smartphones available on the market today.
HTC used to dominate the Android phone market when it came to quality. Every one of its products were drool-worthy compared to the options its competitors offered. But in the last year, it has faced fierce competition from other companies, especially Samsung. With its line of Galaxy phones, starting with the S II to the Nexus to the Note to the recently announced S III, Samsung has taken the mantle of top Android phone developer. But from the looks of HTC One series, it may not be for long.