With the upcoming release of the HTC 10, we’re going to get our first look at the HTC 13 and HTC 10+ in an effort to find out which one is the best for us.

There’s no need to worry, though, as these are the same devices and they’ll all have the same performance.

There are also plenty of other changes to the HTC 12s, HTC 12, and HTC 12+ as well as the HTC 11, HTC 10 and HTC 9.

But the HTC 9 remains the best of the bunch.

With the HTC 8, we saw the company start to move away from the “look good, feel good” philosophy that has dominated HTC phones for the past few years.

The HTC 9 has more than doubled in size, with a new, slightly more attractive design.

And there’s a new camera too, but we’ll get to that later.

HTC’s hardware isn’t going to be anything special, but the software is.

It’s very similar to the software on the HTC One M8 and HTC One X, with the exception of the fact that HTC’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow brings a slew of new features, like Sense 5.1, new keyboard shortcuts, and more.

Here are some of the key differences between the HTC 7 and HTC 8.

HTC 8 vs HTC 7+ HTC 7 HTC 7 has a bigger screen than HTC 8 The HTC 8 Plus comes with a bigger display, up to 1080p resolution and 8 MP camera.

The design is slightly different, though.

HTC is still using a single speaker in the top of the device, but instead of the traditional speaker grille, the HTC has a new grill on the bottom that’s shaped like a diamond shape.

This new grill is actually quite clever and looks a lot like the one on the Galaxy S7 Edge, although it’s also curved and more subtle.

HTC has also changed the look of the rear camera to be slightly larger, but it’s still a little smaller than the HTC 6.

And the HTC Sense UI is still quite different to what we saw on the Note 7, which is why it’s a bit of a step up in performance.

HTC 7 vs HTC 8 HTC 7 The HTC 7 Plus comes in two variants, with both the top and bottom variants featuring the same 8 MP rear camera.

HTC also changed up the HTC logo in the bottom right of the design, which we found to be pretty nice.

HTC Sense has also been updated, so there are a ton of new shortcuts for navigation, music, and apps.

And HTC has added a number of new Sense features to the UI.

HTC 10 vs HTC 10 HTC 10 The HTC 10 is an evolution of the company’s previous flagship HTC 8 that has the same 1080p display, 5MP rear camera, and dual front cameras.

This time around, HTC is making the screen a little bigger and taking the fingerprint scanner off the back of the phone, which lets you unlock the device using your fingerprint.

HTC says that the phone runs on Snapdragon 820 chips, so it’s actually more like the Samsung Galaxy S8 than the Galaxy Note 8, which was the last flagship to use the Snapdragon 820.

But it’s definitely a bit more powerful than the iPhone XS Max.

HTC will also start to sell the HTC BoomSound speaker, which will work with both Bluetooth and NFC, making it a very powerful speaker.

HTC 9 vs HTC 9+ HTC 9 HTC 9 Plus The HTC nine Plus is a bit smaller than its older sibling, but its still one of the better phones on the market.

It has a much more powerful processor, 8GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and 5MP camera.

You can also pick up a slightly cheaper phone called the HTC S9 Plus for $99.

The 9 Plus has the HTC flagship logo on the front, but HTC has changed the design of the back.

HTC announced this month that it’s moving away from its Android 8.0 Oreo design and is launching a new Android 9.0 “Marshmallow” design.

But unlike the other devices, HTC’s phone doesn’t have a dual-camera setup, so you can use either camera at the same time.

And if you’re on a budget, you can pick up the new HTC One 10 for just $99 instead of $199.

HTC 13 vs HTC 13+ HTC 13 HTC 13 is the next generation of HTC phones, and it’s the first device to support Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 SoC.

The new SoC brings a ton more power to the table, with 2.4GHz Kryo cores, 2GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 64GB of internal storage, a 13MP rear cam, and a 2MP front camera.

We’re going into more detail about these new features in the coming days, but in the meantime, you’re going with the HTC HTC 13 for its impressive specs and amazing build