HTC Butterfly

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HTC Butterfly
81

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Based on 12 expert reviews
  • Excellent:
    3
  • Good:
    8
  • Average:
    1
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    0
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By FirstPost on 75

With a price of Rs 45,990, the HTC Butterfly is officially the most expensive Android handset in the market and goes head on with the iPhone 5 . All said and done, the Butterfly is another brilliantly-crafted handset from HTC and takes pole position in...

By Good Gear Guide on 65

The HTC Butterfly's 5in, full HD screen is a marvel and its thin design quickly becomes appreciated. However, poor battery life, some odd ergonomics and HTC's tired Sense UI are all letdowns. Add a lack of 4G to that and we'd advise you give this one...

By GSMArena on

When rumors of a fullHD 5-inch phone from HTC first surfaced, the web was abuzz with anticipation of what it could bring to the table. Here you have a device you could hold in your hand, which had the same resolution as the 50-inch TV in your living...

By GSMArena on

The Butterfly leaves no doubt about how important it is to HTC to reclaim lost ground in the smartphone game. The device is good-looking, blazing fast, and has the best display in the business bar none. Those are the right boxes to tick if you're...

By CoolSmartphone on

I am an avid user of iPhones and I have been for the last 4 years and I’m currently getting bored of iOS, yes, bored. I have been wondering what to get next and the opportunity to review one of HTC’s top end devices arose, so I jumped at the chance....

By Ausdroid on

So would I recommend this phone to people? Probably not. The Butterfly is HTC's test-bed for the 5-inch 1080p display, and the battery just isn't big enough to power the screen, CPU, and Sense. HTC have better stuff around the corner which is likely to...

By FoneArena on

The HTC Butterfly is one of the first smartphones in the world to sport a full HD display and that will remain its main selling point. But apart from that it’s also proven to be a decent all rounder. It does have a few shortcomings but its advantages...

By Techworld on

We do like many of HTC's Sense widgets and there's a few nice touches throughout the OS that you won't find on any other Android phones. We've only used the Butterfly for a few hours so we can't make a final judgement on performance. However, our...

By PC Advisor on

The HTC Butterfly is an Android phone that is technically unavailable in the UK (or indeed Europe) - for now, at least. You can buy it via various online stores, however, so our Australian colleagues gave us the low-down on the HTC Butterfly so we can...

By hubofgadgets.com on 80

This aim of this review is to educate the readers about the various features and specifications offered by HTC Butterfly X920D. Butterfly is a promising device and that provides a mix of great features for making a lasting impression. The price of HTC...

By tablets-help.com on 80

HTC Butterfly is a 5.0 inch phablet runs on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS. It is powered by Qualcomm Krait, Quad Core, 1.5 GHz processor and 2 GB RAM. It is available for a price of Rs.37520.HTC Butterfly DesignHTC Butterfly has a 5.0 inch Super LCD 3...

By pcquest.com on 80

The overall performance, including games, movie playback, live streaming, is smooth and without any hitch. Apart from the price, we couldn't find anything contrite in...

By Mobile88 on 80

Following a meagre 2012, HTC is coming back in 2013 with a slew of phones, from the basic to the highend. And we are going to look at one of the company's more exciting 5inch phone called the HTC Butterfly.It was first announced in Japan by the...

By techtickerblog.com on 80

HTC Butterfly is a good phone, no doubt but the biggest hindrance to the device is its price. The current price of the phone is around Rs. 46,000, which is way more than HTC will sell the One for later this month. If HTC manages to drop it in the range...