Updated on:Mar 03, 2015
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Great things come in small packages
HTC One V (Primo) is a powerful smartphone from the recently introduced HTC One family. It has a aluminium body which feels good to use and gives it a stubborn look. It has a unique chin design which gives it an appealing look. The powerful camera has a dedicated imaging chip and records 720p HD videos so you don’t miss a detail while capturing your videos. With HTC Sense you get a splendid User Interface as well. This phone is a great choice for people looking for a powerful android smartphone with enhanced photography features to meet your daily requirements.
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It's hard to believe it's been more than two years since we first met the venerable HTC Legend. HTC's angular, aluminum clad beast wowed us way back at Mobile World Congress 2010, with its impressive build quality and the then cutting-edge Android 2.1. Fast-forward two years and we finally have a worthy successor to the Legend's chinny mantle -- the HTC One V. While nowhere near as flashy -- or expensive -- as the high-end HT...
Sibling of the quad-core powerhouse that is the HTC One X, the HTC One V might not boast the groundbreaking array of specs handed to its market-topping counterpart, but it is a handset that will push the boundaries of the lower mid-level smartphone sector. Hosting a strong collection of innards that push the expectations of the mobile phone`s modest SIM-free price point of £230 in the UK and $350 in the US, the HTC One V is the Taiwanese ma...
Pros: Desirable design, Bright, responsive screen, Impressive camera, Strong browser and UI,
Cons: Slightly poor filming, No Beats headphones, Cramped keyboard, Not dual-core, Just 4GB storage,
Verdict: An impressive handset, the HTC One V has filtered down a selection of previously used specs to a new budget-friendly price tag, packaging it in an impressive and desirable shell....
You didn`t think that after reviewing the HTC One X and HTC One S, we will disregard their little brother u2013 the HTC One V, did you? Well, here it is, folks! We have taken this little munchkin for a spin and we cannot wait to share our experience with......
Pros: Compact and lightweight ; Beautiful display ; Android 4.0 ; Decent camera
Cons: Web browser needs more work ; Way too little internal storage ; Mediocre 720p video
Verdict: Getting your hands on an HTC One V is going to cost you about $370 off-contract, which is definitely a reasonable price considering what you get in exchange. The smartphone has style and character that few devices in its price category can match, and...
It`s clear by now that HTC had a somewhat disappointing 2011. Their handset range was all over the place, so at MWC this year, they decided to buckle down and simplify things, introducing the One range. While we`ve already taken a look at the mid-range......
Verdict: The HTC One V is a good phone overall. It will appeal to those looking to make the jump into the smartphone world for the first time, and itu2019s a good step up for those still stuck on aging 528MHz devices. What ultimately lets it down is the slugg...
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