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HTC One V Review

HTC is one of the celebrated smartphone brands in the world. As a testament to its popularity, a study by Canalys revealed that in the third quarter of 2011, HTC Corp. became the largest smartphone vendor in the United States with about 24% market share, well ahead of Samsung, Apple, and Blackberry.

The HTC One Android smartphone series garnered rave reviews and helped showcase the HTC brand name to global audiences. The Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer unveiled the ‘HTC One V’ smartphone model, as a part of the famous HTC One smartphone series.

The HTC One V was officially launched on February, 2012. The One V has lots of new features when compared to its predecessor the HTC Desire S. Boasting a 3.7-inch super LCD display, the device runs on the famous Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. The topline features of the smartphone are:

  • 5 megapixel camera with smart LED flash.
  • Runs on 1 GHz single-core Qualcomm Scorpion CPU.
  • Supports 2G and 3G networks.
  • Packed with HTC’s proprietary HTC Sense 4.0.
  • 512 MB RAM with 4GB internal storage.
  • 1500 mAh battery capacity.
  • Beats Audio™ sound enhancement.

The synopsis of the HTC One V features certainly seems to be fascinating. This incredible smartphone weighs a mere 115 grams with the battery and boasts a 800×480 (WVGA) pixel screen. The height of the phone is 4.74-inches and the width is 2.35-inches. The phone incorporates a Qualcomm Adreno 205 graphics processing unit.

As the phone is powered by Android, you can extend the functionality of the device with help of more than 450,000 apps that can be downloaded from the Google Play app store. The phone supports various audio and video formats such as aac, amr, mp3, wma, mp4, avi, and 3gp, among others. You can also record audio and video files in amr and mp4 formats.

The striking feature of this smartphone is that it comes with HTC’s proprietary HTC Sense technology. This technology is developed to suit Android and Windows powered devices. The HTC Sense is a collection of tools and advanced user interfaces developed to work in parallel with other software. A part of HTC Sense 4.0 is the HTC ImageSense, which provides a charming multimedia experience.

The phone is equipped with 5 megapixel camera, which is supported by smart LED flash, auto focus, BSI sensor, and a dedicated imaging chip. The ImageSense technology enhances the camera features with HTC Video Pic, which allows you to shoot high-definition videos, while also clicking high-resolution pictures simultaneously. While Zero shutter lag, continuous shooting, Group Portrait, Smile Capture, and Panorama are some of the other features.

The HTC One V embraces a range of connectivity options such as BlueTooth with aptX™, Wi-Fi, standard micro-USB slots, and 3.5 mm stereo audio jack. The phone boasts proximity sensors, ambient light sensors, and G-sensors.

In conclusion, the new HTC One V looks to be a prosperous addition to the famous HTC One series. For those who are on the lookout for prominent features and sleek designs, the ‘HTC One V’ is the one that will appease you.

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