Some features of HTC phones include all-metal design, dual front-facing stereo speakers, front and back cameras, 5.0 inch display, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, and sensors. Although some older models might not have some of these features, they are common features in almost all HTC phones.
Founded in 1997, HTC is a Taiwanese multinational company based in New Taipei City, Taiwan. Started as a contract manufacturer for customized products, the company expanded its focus and started making Android devices in 2009 and Windows Phones in 2010. Currently, the company manufactures and markets smartphones and tablets under the HTC brand. Focused on developing and marketing premium smartphones, HTC has invested heavily in research and development.
Most HTC phones have two cameras: the main camera at the back and the front camera. Most phones have expansion card slots that support memory cards for additional storage. Some of the most advanced phones have various sensors, such as accelerometers, proximity sensors, ambient light sensors, gyro sensors and barometer sensors. HTC phones feature either the Windows or the Android operating system.
Most HTC phones support 2G, 3G and EDGE networks, depending on the mobile operator and the location. They support Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, and they can play a large number of audio and video formats. Most HTC phones have internal GPS antennas for GPS support and a digital compass for navigation.