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HTC 8X Australian Review: Dangerous Curves Ahead

Move over, Nokia with your fancy Lumia 920, HTC wants some of your limelight. The gadget giant’s first Windows 8 flagship is definitely worthy of its time in the sun, but does it outperform Nokia’s Windows 8 monster?


HTC 8X Australian Hands-On: Duelling Supermodels

Nokia’s not the only smartphone manufacturer getting a bite at the Windows Phone 8 pie. No, sir. HTC also wants in on the action, and it’s going to get it with the HTC 8X — a curvy new addition to HTC’s Windows Phone fraternity.


HTC 8X Review: Windows Phones Are Finally Getting Good

Nokia has been alone on the vanguard of worthwhile Windows Phone hardware for a while now. But that’s no longer the case. Here’s HTC’s 8X. And it’s got enough firepower to go toe-to-toe with anything on Android or iOS.


Opinion: When Did Small Phones Become A Euphemism For Crappy Phones?

There was a time when you could buy something that was compact, fast and beautiful. That time is over. “Smaller” is just a polite way to say “here’s the cheap version”. That’s awful.


HTC 8X: This Flagship Windows Phone Packs A Big Screen In A Slim Package

HTC’s new flagship Windows Phone is not just impressive because it packs a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 chipset and 4.3-inch 342ppi 1280×720 display. The 8X also manages to be a phone that feels even thinner than its svelte 9.9mm. Both devices will be coming to Australia, which means the Nokia Lumia 920 will be up against some stiff competition.