Declared simultaneously as HTC’s One X and One S at the Mobile World Congress tradeshow in Barcelona, the One V is ideal for customers with a hard budget. Although it does not have effective characteristics as the quad core One X, the individuals core 1GHz processor One V even has common characteristics to meet the challenges of demanding lifestyles. About the size of Apple iPhone 4S, the aluminium clad One V feels excellent on the hand, albeit smaller equated with the bigger One X, but the One V is only well to be utilized with one hand. The handset is too very light at only 115g and is thin at 9.2mm.
Sporting a 3.7” WVGA Super LCD 2 display with Corning Gorilla Glass, the One V appears great in entire angles. We observed the phone arrives with physical touch sensitive buttons instead than onscreen keys got in other premium smart phones. Unfortunately, the 1,500mAH battery cannot be got rid of. Despite being labelled as low price smart phone, the One V functions on Ice Cream Sandwich with the HTC Sense 4.0 user interface. Function wise, its only average due to the fact the individual core 1Ghz processor does not look to be strong sufficient to meet the demands of entire tasks. Users might encounter lag when playing graphics intensive games.
Boasting a 5 megapixel camera, the One V arrives with backside illuminated sensor. The camera is capable of assuming quick action shots and can assume best pictures in adverse lighting conditions, thanks to aperture of F2.0. Entire, the picture quality produced is not excellent, only acceptable. The One V boasts Beats Audio, which sent superior sound clarity. Other than that, connectivity alternatives add HSPA, Bluetooth 4.0 and Wi-Fi. Despite having just 4GB of onboard memory, the microSD card slot permits users to up to 32GB extra storage. In in all, One V is an excellent bargain if users only wanna fiddle with a cheap Ice Cream Sandwich machine.