HTC mobile has a fairy tale like story in the market of mobile phones. Since their inception in 1997, the Taiwan based manufacturer of smartphones and tablets has gone from being a low key provider of hardware for Windows mobile to being the titan of fine Android and Windows powered smartphones and tablets, all within the span of just a few years. It launched the Color palm size PC in 1999 and has never looked back since then. The company has a history of creating many ‘firsts’, such as designing some of the world’s earliest touch and wireless hand held devices. It developed the first Microsoft powered smartphone in 2002, and later, first Microsoft 3G HTC phone in 2005. Over the years, HTC launched much more than just conventional smartphones.

Even though HTC is known to make some of the finest touchscreen mobile phones, it also manufactures handsome looking QWERTY phones like HTC Chacha, Snap, and S740. The company’s Android based touchscreen devices like HTC Desire X, HTC Wildfire, HTC Aria, and HTC Butterfly to name a few are famed for the use of quality materials in their making. These HTC mobile models employ advanced Android operating systems, state of the art processors, high tech cameras, high resolution screens, and more to deliver a complete mobile user experience. No wonder the tech giant was named the ‘Device Manufacturer of the Year’ multiple times. The company also makes phones that operate on more than one SIM card, like the HTC One dual SIM, and the HTC Desire 600 dual SIM series. Although a chunk of its mobiles run on Android OS, HTC also manufactures advanced Windows based smartphones like Windows Phone 8X. Other types of OS’s used by the company include Brew MP that is featured in HTC Freestyle phone. Recently, the company launched cutting edge HTC tablet such as Flyer, Jetstream, and EVO View 4G.

What distinguishes HTC from other brands its superior audio quality, thanks to the inclusion of Beats Audio. Other advanced services offered by the latest HTC phones include access to Dropbox cloud storage services. By producing beautiful, state of the art smart devices, it’s pretty clear what HTC aims to do. They are successfully making advanced mobile computing devices that are at par with other mobile brands.