HTC mobile has a carved a niche for itself in the crowded world market of mobile phones. Since their foundation in 1997, the Taiwan based tech giant has progressed from being a provider of low key hardware for Windows mobile to being at the helm manufacturing of fine Android and Windows powered smartphones and tablets. What it first product was the Color palm size PC in 1999, and since then, the company has never looked. It created many ‘firsts’, such as making some of the world’s earliest touch and wireless hand held devices. The company designed the first Microsoft powered smartphone in 2002, and in 2005, devised the first Microsoft 3G HTC phones. Over the years HTC designed and produced more than just conventional smartphones.
Though HTC is renowned to create some of the best looking touchscreen mobile devices, it also designed stunning QWERTY phones like HTC Chacha, S740 and the Snap. Its Android touchscreen phones like HTC Butterfly, HTC Desire X, HTC Wildfire, HTC Aria, among the few, are renowned for using high quality materials in their manufacturing. These and several HTC mobile models run on advanced Android operating systems, feature high tech processors, advanced cameras, and incorporate high resolution screens. Thus, it’s not surprising that the tech giant has won the ‘Device Manufacturer of the Year’ multiple times. The company also makes phones that support more than one SIM card, such as the HTC Desire 600 dual SIM series, and the HTC One dual SIM mobile phone. Even though majority of its mobiles feature Android OS, HTC also makes smartphones that run on Windows OS such as the latest HTC Windows Phone 8X. Other OS’s employed by the company include the Brew MP on the HTC Freestyle phone. Following smartphones, the company ventured into the market of tablet computers by launching cutting edge HTC tablet such as Flyer, Jetstream, and EVO View 4G.
What separates HTC from other mobile manufacturers is its superior audio quality made possible with the inclusion of Beats Audio. Other cutting edge services offered on HTC phones include access to Dropbox cloud storage services. HTC, by producing eye catching smart devices, aims to make advanced mobile computing devices that are better than those made by rival companies.