Anonymous, 09 Jul 2010htc produces the WORST crap camera phones. decent designs but poor quality.Think before writing Man ! HTC is almost the best Smarphone/PDA Brand in the world, for me it's THE BEST !!! .. I now have an HTC HD2, and I can proudly say that HTC's devices are the best, and alot better than that iPhone or Nokia... My HTC HD2's specs are better than Nokia N8 (except camera) or even iPhone 4 !
in_go, 07 Jul 2010you can see that company like HTC and SASMSUNG are really giving good option to a consumer. It... moreI am confused and intrigued. Please enlighten me. To whom are you pointing your finger,/s?
htc produces the WORST crap camera phones. decent designs but poor quality.
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Good news, well deserved! Hopefully HTC will continue to provide top quality products.
they deserve it. i used different kind of phones. definitely feel HTC phones are of high quality in terms both hardware and software.
Anonymous, 08 Jul 2010yes apple is also made in china but its not designed by the chinese.
htc is chinese homebrewe... moreLolzzzz.....you are talking about quality....if you have forgotten I may take the effort of reminding you that HTC is the one who was the main supplier for all the companies for Touch Screen phones. It finally decided to launch it's own products and stopped supplying to Nokia, Samsung, O2, I-Mate, SE, etc....!
So HTC's quality is one of the top class....though Apple is also pretty good....but Nokia and others....they don't stand a chance against HTC phones....
yes apple is also made in china but its not designed by the chinese.
htc is chinese homebrewed. I think if your talking quality apple or samsung would take top spot. followed by nokia and sony.
qualitymanquestion, 07 Jul 2010What do you mean by quality? You mean to say that highly priced phones are high quality phones... moreso your apple "high quality" phone cant even give you a good recieption.... is that the defination of "high quality"?
ich, 08 Jul 2010Don't like chinese, corean, taiwanese tecnology I think we should support american companies ... morei dont care where the phone comes from....i will support it as long as it is a good product.....apple is a very arrogant company....motorala is juz about to get back on track on the mobile phone industry.....its better to got for Samsung or HTC
Don't like chinese, corean, taiwanese tecnology
I think we should support american companies like motorola apple.
Only give power other asiaticc countries
HTC = the best company out there together wit Samsung. Even, the last 3 years I'm a Sammy client, and have never bought an HTC device, I appreciate this company too much! Just, the king of smartphones makers!
you can see that company like HTC and SASMSUNG are really giving good option to a consumer. It might be High End or Low end device and off course with a balanced price . That is the main reason behind there profits. Others Must learn From them...you know to whom i am pointing my fingers.... :-)
Sorry Htc I will give a thumbs-up up to hero but a thumbs-down to the desire. Which has lag and of which I am now having a romance with the back cover because I remove it so much which is 2-3 times a day due to the handset freezing. Oh and did I mention dropped calls and over heating oh and the crap battery life which means I have to bring my cable every day into work. I look my advanced app killer every day but guess what things running in the background that I dont even use like the radio. Sorry I love the company but its not quality at all. Upgrade time is coming and it won't be HTC.
Anonymous, 07 Jul 2010its amazing how a cheap quality chinese company can make so much money.What do you mean by quality? You mean to say that highly priced phones are high quality phones?OR if its made in China cheap quality ?What is the bench mark for quality??
Good One HTC....Unlike Apple you actually Deserve to make Super Profits coz of your Superior level of Innovation and Products...
Nokia should also learn a lesson from HTC...Never Take the Consumer or your Numero Uno position for Granted...)