Bringing up the rear in HTC's 2012 cavalcade of new phones is the One V, a 3.7-inch Android 4.0 smartphone with an aluminum unibody design that evokes the well-liked Legend handset of 2010. It mostly keeps things simple, with a 1GHz single-core processor, a regular-sized SIM card slot (unlike its One series siblings), and a 5-megapixel camera.
Apr. 2, 2012
What You Need To Know
- Comes with 25GB of Dropbox storage for two years
- Available April 2nd in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland for €299
The HTC One V is the third member of HTC’s One trilogy, filling in the budget slot below the One X and One S, which we reviewed in the last couple of weeks. It’s less of a mold-breaking design for the company than its big brothers though, with the distinct chin and unibody construction that has won it plaudits in the past encasing a fairly standard 3.7-inch display.For some, though, phones with 4-inch or greater displays are just too much. It’s the reason why the iPhone still has a 3.5-inch...
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