Market Status: Available in India
Updated on:Aug 24, 2016
Release Date: Mar 30, 2012
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Another S-uperb phone from HTC
HTC's latest baby packs a punch with its stunning SuperAMOLED display and great configuration. Though the 16GB should prove enough for the average user, the need of a memory card slot might be felt by one who plays a lot of HD movies. Apart from that and the problem of changing to mini-SIM if you're using a standard SIM card, the HTC One S again stamps the company's authority in the premium mobile segment. For anyone looking for good performance with a brilliant display, the HTC One S is the one for you.
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Despite the fact that there`s no real wow factor here, it would be entirely unfair to say that HTC`s One S isn`t a great phone. It is. The hardware is some of the best I`ve seen in a long time, Sense 4 is quite nice albeit a touch heavy for my taste,......
Pros: The hardware is truly impressive ; Super thin and light ; Solid battery life
Cons: Sense adds to Androidu2019s usual lag ; No real wow factor
Verdict: As I expressed during Fly or Die, I think the One S will owe a lot of its success to its carrier. T-Mobile is a fine operator and I applaud the company for trying to rebrand and build up its selection. But without any competition from the iPhone, the...
Overall User Rating (3.1 Out of 5 based on 336 ratings)
Overall: Come on HTC do you think Indian customers are fools and will part with their monies just because you are HTC ? Be warned that you will be wiped out of India soon if you do not give the second largest potential mobile phone market customers what they deserve. They will simply kick you out of India, you arrogant nincompoops.
HTC One S is almost same as Sensation and Sensation XE with an overclocked previous gen Snapdragon processor save for some insignificant changes here and there, please do not take Indian customers as granted and repeatedly insult them by launching inferior products at such high price points. Do you think you can sell your phone just because it has ICS and Sense 4.0 and with such an inflated price tag. I think HTC is doomed in India, lest you start treating Indian customers with respect.
You have already delayed ICS updates to your existing customers in India just to sell your new products but soon customers will realize how you are cheating Indian customers. India is probably the last county of the world which will receive ICS update.
I have already bought my last HTC Phone, a HTC sensation and I a m not buying a HTC ever again.