HTC Screen Repairs
HTC screen repairs and services in Sydney CBD and Bondi Junction. Repairs can normally be replaced with 2-4 hours upon arrival.
|HTC Model||Screen Repair Price|
|HTC One X9||$150|
|HTC One X10||$150|
|HTC Desire 825||$150|
|HTC U11 Plus||$230|
|HTC U Ultra||$150|
|HTC U Play||$150|
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There are many things that can go wrong with our phone. Along side screen repairs, we asre also able to fix charging issues, battery faults, software corruption and much more. If you can’t find hat your looking for, contact and member of our team and e ill be happy to help.
|Phone repair services||Repair Price from|
|Back Glass Repair||$60|
|Battery / Charging Fault||$80|
|Buttons & Switches||$60|
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Like most smartphone manufacturers, HTC has seen its ups and downs in the industry, but that roller coaster belies the fact that the company has helped blaze a trail in smart innovations. HTC has pioneered unique smartphone developments like BoomSound audio technology, aluminum hardware design and the UltraPixel camera. These special features have helped position HTC as an innovator that’s thinking well into the future, especially in the realm of smartphones.
When it comes to finding the right HTC phone for you, it’s important to consider your budget and the features you want, like a great camera, screen quality, durability and battery life, just to name a few.
HTC 2018 Comeback
HTC has announced plans to release a new dual-camera phone in 2018. Back in 2014, the Taiwan-based company pioneered the dual-camera setup with the HTC One (M8), making use of a main 4-megapixel Ultrapixel sensor, alongside a secondary depth sensor that allowed for varying points of focus. But two years later the company scrapped the idea altogether in favour of a more traditional single camera with a higher megapixel count. Today, though, HTC’s President Chialin Chang has confirmed the company will once again enter the dual-camera market.
Although the company initially pioneered the dual-camera setup, the overall image quality lagged behind that of competing smartphones. Recently, though, HTC has put a big focus on its smartphone cameras, with the HTC U11 even setting a DxOMark record earlier this year and the U11 Plus said to have further improved upon this, so it’s no surprise the company now has plans to adopt the increasingly popular dual-camera setup. It’s currently unknown which set up the company will opt for in their final product, but there are certainly a number of options available. After all, the likes of Huawei and Essential have opted for a monochrome secondary sensor in order to add detail, while LG has opted for a wide-angle lens. On the other hand, companies such as Samsung and Apple have chosen to include telephoto lenses that allow for bokeh effects. HTC could go for either of these three setups, or even create an all-new one, but considering the company’s history with the HTC One (M8), it wouldn’t be surprising to see it include a secondary telephoto lens in order to create images with high-quality bokeh effects. Currently, though, it appears HTC’s primary focus is promoting the newly-announced HTC U11 Plus and U11 Life.
For those who don’t know, the U11 Plus now substitutes the U11 as HTC’s primary flagship and sports a large 6-inch display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. Also, on the inside the manufacturer has included Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 alongside either 4GB or 6GB of RAM, depending on the storage option chosen. Speaking of which, both 64GB and 128GB options are available. On the other hand, the smaller U11 Life is a mid-range device that also forms part of the Android One lineup. It features a traditional 5.2-inch display, is powered by the Snapdragon 630 and comes equipped with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM.