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We're seeing more and more high-end smartphones enter the market, and keeping up with all of them is nothing short of overwhelming. How will you decide which one will be your next handset? Here’s how popular beasts like the Galaxy S III stack up against upcoming options like the iPhone 5 and Lumia 920.


If I had a hammer, I'd hammer in the morning... but if I didn't have a hammer and had some kind of need for a hard-hitting, nail-thumping implement, the HTC One X would apparently work just as well.


The HTC One X is a great phone, but one that you can currently only get on Optus or Vodafone's networks. Its Telstra LTE equivalent, the One XL was originally tipped to follow shortly after the One X's launch, but it looks like we might have to wait a while longer.


HTC's year on year profits were down a stunning 70 per cent, and if you're the type that reads the financial pages, that can't be good. From a gadget perspective, HTC's been quite clear about who it blames: Apple.


Two premium Android smartphones eye each other off nervously before entering into the Battlemodo arena. One sells itself on its insanely high resolution screen; the other on its insanely fast camera. Only one of them can be our preferred Android superphone — which one will it be?


HTC held its Australian launch for the HTC One X last night. We went along to check out HTC's newest superphone, and here are our initial impressions.


Either there's something huge planned for MWC and everybody's rushing to not get swept away from it, or mobile phone companies are really impatient and/or bad at keeping secrets. LG's announced yet another handset, while a press image of an HTC phone due for MWC release has leaked out.