Updated on:Jan 28, 2015
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Powerful mobile with 4G capabilities
HTC One SV runs on OS Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich powered by Dual-Core 1.2GHz S4 processor and 1GB Ram. It has inbuilt memory of 8GB which is expandable upto 32GB via micro SD card.
It has a 5MP camera at the back with autofocus, LED flash Geo Tagging and Face detection feature which can also record videos of 1080p@30fps and a 1.6MP camera at the front for video calling. Camera promises optimum performance even in low light situations with its BSI feature (Back Side Illumination). On the connectivity front, it supports 3G, LTE, Wi-Fi, NFC etc.
HTC One SV is available in Black as well as White color. It comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 2 protection along with HTC Sense UI. It has a battery of 1800mah.
HTC One SV powered by dual core processor provides super fast 3G and 4G along with a long battery life. It is a must buy for those music lovers who want a rich multi tasking experience along with high quality bass and dynamics in music.
The HTC One SV proves stunningly attractive smartphones that can find a home on prepaid carriers. Available on Cricket Wireless for $349.99, the slim, colorfully seductive One SV certainly adds spice to the provider`s no-contract lineup. With its fiery......
Pros: The HTC One SV flaunts a thin, stylish look, a fast processor, and free Muve Music service.
Cons: The One SVu2019s screen and camera resolution arenu2019t sharp, its call quality is disappointing, and though its camera is full-featured, it takes mediocre photos.
Verdict: The HTC One SVu2019s sleek design and fast processor are impressive, but not its call quality or the pictures it takes....
It's tough to review a phone that doesn't stand out from the crowd. On the other hand, when the crowd is made up of great phones from HTC like the Droid DNA, One X+ and One S, it's not really a bad thing. That's what you have here with the HTC One SV -- a great little phone that blends in well with the rest of HTC's current offerings. Here in the states, the One SV is exclusive to Cricket. While that's good news for C...
The HTC One SV is a one of the first mid-range handsets to boast 4G connectivity. It has a 1.2GHz dual core processor with 1GB of RAM, comes with 8GB of internal storage and packs microSD card support. The screen is a 4.3-inch, 480x800-pixel resolution Super LCD2 panel, and around the back thereâ€™s a 5-megapixel snapper. The One SV is running Android 4.0 -- otherwise known as Ice Cream Sandwich -- as well as version 4.1 of HTCâ€™s own ...
Pros: 4G connectivity,Good battery life,
Cons: Low-resolution screen,Average specs,Expensive for what it is,
The HTC One SV isn`t exactly a new handset, more or a reboot of the HTC One S which launched back at MWC 2012. That said the One SV arrives sporting a new chassis and slightly differing specifications under the hood, the most of important of which is its 4G capabilities. The price has dropped recently: available SIM-free from around £250 the HTC One SV is a much more attractive proposition, especially if it gets the software update detailed...
Pros: 4G enabled, Decent battery life, Good media capabilities, MicroSD card slot,
Cons: Cheaper design, Lesser specs, Lots of compromises, Only Android 4.0,
Verdict: It`s good to see another proper mid-range handset enter the 4G fray, but the Taiwanese firm has got its sums wrong on this occasion and ultimately that`s going to make the HTC One SV a difficult one to shift....
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