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The HTC One was voted by AndroidCentral as the best Android phone money can buy as of August 2013. This is a bold statement because of the head-to-head competition with the most popular Android phone, Samsung Galaxy S series. Most reviews point to the high-end build that HTC says is inspired by brands like Montblanc and Rolex. The anodized metal unibody and subtle gold veneer give the M9 a premium feel.
The M9 ships with the lastest HTC Sense software. It boasts improved contextual awareness that can serve apps depending on your location (ie - music apps if you are at home and productivity apps if you are at work). This overlay turns your home screen into an intelligent and dynamic screen.
The HTC One X is HTC's superphone for early 2012. Early benchmarks have shown that the HTC One X is twice as fast as any other phone currently available. The incredibly fast processor is augmented by a 4.7-inch 720p display (with a retina-busting 312 PPI). 4G LTE data speeds and an 8 MP camera round out this amazing device.
The HTC One S is seen as a step down from the aforementioned One X, but that doesn't mean it's a poor device by any means. It manages to offer similar speed and performance, but shrinks the package size down a bit. Specifically, the One S manages to pack all of this in to an incredibly thin body and sports a 4.3-inch screen.
The HTC One V is HTC's entry-level smartphone for Spring 2012. One of the first devices to run Android 4.0 ICS (Ice Cream Sandwich), the One V sports modest specs at an even better price. The screen has been downsized a bit from its older brothers, displaying 480x800 at 3.7-inches.