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The HTC 9 is a phone with a lot of room for customization.
The front panel is flat, with a subtle curve.
You get two front-facing speakers, a dual-LED flash, a USB-C port, and a 2.2GHz quad-core processor.
It’s a very big phone with great performance.
I was able to test the HTC 9 with a handful of phones, and it feels great, though the camera is slow.
But if you want a great phone with tons of room, this is your best bet.
There’s also a small, understated bezel at the bottom of the phone that you can slide into the corner of the display to make it more comfortable.
The 5.2-inch display is 1080p (640 x 480 pixels), and it’s a gorgeous screen, with vibrant colors, great viewing angles, and excellent viewing angles for selfies.
I’m not a fan of the Gorilla Glass 3 cover, though it’s still a great piece of glass, and I found it easy to use.
HTC says it’s designed to be more durable than traditional plastic, and that it’ll take a beating.
The rear-facing camera is a 12-megapixel shooter with a 1.3-megapixels front-facer, and the front-mounted fingerprint sensor makes it easy for you to unlock the phone.
There are a few other options to choose from.
The screen is a 1080p display that runs Android 7.0 Nougat.
It has a 1280 x 720 resolution and a pixel density of 515ppi.
That’s good for 1080p at the very best, but not as good as a 1080px 1080p screen, which is the highest pixel density I’ve ever seen on a smartphone.
I didn’t notice any pixelation when I tested it, but if you do notice it, it’s noticeable.
HTC has also made a few changes to the hardware inside the HTC 10.
It now has a front-fin panel, with an aluminum frame and glass sides.
There is a metal back on top of that.
There has also been a new front-panel fingerprint sensor, and HTC has made it removable, too.
The battery is a 3000mAh battery.
It packs a lot more power than the Nexus 6P, which I haven’t seen since the phone was announced.
But, it also has more battery life, with about 11 hours and 32 minutes of battery life.
I tested the HTC 11 and it lasted about 14 hours and 33 minutes on a charge.
HTC claims the HTC 15 will have a 3000 mAh battery.
The new HTC 10 and the HTC 12 are both 5.9-inch phones, but they’ve also got a 2-megabyte memory expansion slot.
Both are 8GB phones with 64GB of storage.
The phones use the Snapdragon 821 chipset, which HTC says is optimized for “big data” apps.
I haven�t tested it yet, but I have a feeling that the company is not yet making that feature a regular feature on the devices.
HTC also says it is bringing the Pixel 2 to the US, and there are plans for other Android phones to be made in the US.
The biggest selling point for the HTC 8 is its camera.
The phone has a 13MP main camera and a 8MP selfie shooter.
I’ve used the HTC 7 and 8 and it is a nice camera for the price.
I love the wide-angle shots.
The video camera is more capable, but its wide field of view makes it hard to get the perfect shot.
But the photos look sharp and have a great amount of detail.
The camera on the HTC 14 is the same camera as on the 12.
It is an 8MP shooter with an 8.3MP wide-open aperture.
It uses a 12MP selfie sensor.
The best part of the HTC camera is that it has a “high-quality” LED flash that can be turned on and off.
The selfie flash can take selfies in very low light.
I also love that the HTC is waterproof.
It comes in three colors.
You’ll find a black, silver, and gold version.
I used the silver version on the Pixel XL, and you can see how the LED light on the phone works with the flash on.
The two phones have an IR blaster on the back of the devices that lets you set up your own selfie lighting.
You need a smartphone with a USB Type-C connector and a microSD card slot, though.
The devices are all waterproof, too, so you can submerge the phones in water for hours.
HTC’s software is very simple.
HTC makes a few tweaks to its software that make it faster.
The update process is very straightforward.
HTC updates all the software updates for its devices, and now the HTC