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Whether you favour the HTC Desire or the HTC One series of smartphones, the PhoneMend network of mobile phone repair technicians is happy to help you to solve your HTC problems. Our members are located all across the UK, and provide expert HTC phone repairs quickly, and affordably, so you’re never far from a helping hand if you’ve got a cracked screen or non-functioning keys. No matter what you use your HTC phone for; business or leisure, you don’t want to be without it. Contact our technicians, and get an HTC phone repair at your workplace, your home, or at our repair centres.
It’s simple to contact a local HTC phone repair expert – we need to know your post code or location, and we’ll match you with local repairers who can help you, quickly. Contact the repair centre by email or phone if you want advice or help, or request an online quote for the work – it’s free, and there’s no obligation if you decide you don’t want to go ahead with it. If you need help with fault diagnosis, SIM issues, physical damage, whatever the problem, call on a PhoneMend technician for the highest quality of service at the most reasonable prices.
High Tech Computer Corporation, or HTC, is a consumer electronics firm that was founded in 1997, and has headquarters in New Taipei City, Taiwan. HTC originally manufactured smartphones for several major customers, who then sold them under their own brand names, mainly operating on Windows Mobile. After being involved, along with other mobile manufacturers and operators, in the development of Android, HTC began marketing their own brand of smartphones as well as continuing to make them for other companies.
Android was officially released in 2007, and the HTC Desire series of smartphones, based on the new operating system, appeared in 2008. These smartphones were housed in matt (black, bronze or white) plastic hinged shells, and received praise for their solidity and reliability, but were also criticised for small keys and lack of available apps. By 2011, the HTC One series, which was a slate format and had touchscreen operation, came onto the market to critical acclaim. Both series are still in manufacture, and constantly being improved and refreshed.
HTC screen repair / replacement (LCD / glass)
HTC front / rear camera repair
HTC battery repair
HTC antenna repair
HTC charging port repair
HTC diagnostic services (hardware / software)
HTC mute / power / volume button repair
HTC headphone socket / earpiece repair
HTC loudspeaker / microphone repair