Updated on:Jul 07, 2015
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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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The HTC One S is the middle child of the One family but it just might be the brightest and best looking too. Inside the slender metal case is a treasure chest of new technology - the brains behind the beauty in this piece of smartphone alchemy. HTC One S official photos HTC use not one but two advanced processes to create the metal shell of the One S. The micro arc oxidation uses 10,000V of electricity to turn the aluminum surface into ceramic, w...
Verdict: The HTC One S is one of the most impressive mobile phones we`ve handled recently - both in terms of hardware and software. The slim metal unibody (with either ceramic or anodized finish) is brilliant, HTC have outdone themselves here - and that`s eas...
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...
HTC's not making it easy for us. The Taiwanese smartphone manufacturer is doing its best to convince us that the HTC One S, despite being the "middle" phone in the HTC One line — between the One X and the One V — in fact is the best phone in the bunch. And, truth be told, we're wavering. You've read our complete HTC One X review. We've done the HTC One V. And we've already reviewed the Euro version of the...
Pros: This phone is a little slice of sexy. Never thought we'd call a 4.3-inch smartphone little, but the HTC One S is a mere 7.8 mm thick, and it makes it feel smaller than it really is. Has a powerful processor and great design, and an excellent camera. I
Cons: The non-removable battery and lack of a microSD card will be a nonstarter for some. The display, while not bad, isn't as good as its big brother in the HTC One X. Can get pretty hot under a heavy load.
Verdict: If you're in the market for a new smartphone on T-Mobile, you need to check out the HTC One S. It's got a great design, it's got great hardware, and the software is top of the line. And it can nearly replace your point-and-shoot camera....
Update: We`ve spent a long time with the HTC One S now, so have updated our review to represent the improved software and all round experience. Don`t worry... it`s still brilliant! The HTC One S follows swiftly on the heels of the One X in HTC`s new premium brand of Android 4.0-enabled handsets, bringing a svelte chassis, 7.8mm depth and a low-price of just £26 a month at launch - and only $149.99 in the US too. First things first: the HTC ...
Pros: Slim, svelte and beautiful, Built for Ice Cream Sandwich, Loads of widgets, Excellent battery life,
Cons: Limited memory, no SD slot, MicroSIM is a pain for some, Keyboard has seen better days, Call quality can be slightly tinny:,
Verdict: The HTC One S is a beautiful handset blessed with beautiful capabilities and is already available at very palatable price points....