HTC – One S Review

 The HTC One S is the second device in the HTC One line up. The HTC One X is the superior device however it is exclusive to At&t. HTC also made an HTC One V for Virgin Mobile USA. The HTC One S is exclusive to T-mobile. The HTC One S features a 4.3 inch AMOLED (960 x 540) qHD display, with Gorilla glass. This smartphone is Qualcomm S4 SOC with a dual core Krait CPU clocked at 1.5 GHz. Its also powered by an Adreno 225 GPU. HTC is one of the best smartphone manufacturers when it comes to making cameras. HTC along with Apple, and Samsung make their flagship smartphones with exceptional quality cameras. The HTC One S comes with an 8MP camera with an extra image processing chip, led flash, and its capable of 1080p video recording.HTC One S

The HTC One S is equipped with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. The 1G of RAM will come in handy when multitasking. Multitasking is a new feature in android smartphones that used to be exclusive to tablets running android 3.0.  Thank goodness it was ported over via Android 4.0. The HTC One S is one of the earliest HTC phones to run Android 4.0. Android 4.0 also brings the advantage of speed when in the devices user interface. HTC, like many other manufacturers added an additional overlay to the Android 4.0 interface. HTC calls it HTC Sense 4.0. This is a new skin that makes the Android experience more user friendly. 

Its about $50 to as low as free, on contract from T-mobile. It also comes with a free 25GB of Dropbox storage for two years. The HTC One S is a great smartphone at a really low price point. This phone is for anyone from the beginner to the experienced user. Its also one of the most current devices as of 2012 that you can get on a budget. With the high quality 8MP camera, the somewhat new android 4.0, Beats audio, the beautiful design, and the very low price, this phone is almost unbeatable.


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