HTC One S
Beautiful, ultra-slim design.
Gorgeous Super AMOLED screen.
Runs Android 4,0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) out of the box.
Feels fast and responsive.
HTC Sense 4,0 is redesigned, with especially slick camera software.
Clear voice quality.
High-end camera with lots of shooting modes.
Thin, premium design.
Excellent for gaming and multimedia.
ICS, HSPA 42 Mbps support.
Premium materials add an upscale feel.
4G speeds are fast, when you can get a 4G signal.
Photo software is topnotch.
25GB of free storage from Dropbox.
Qualcomm S4 processor.
PenTile display makes for slightly fuzzy text.
No voice dialing over Bluetooth.
No microSD slot.
Mediocre call quality.
Battery not removable.
Protruding camera lens is begging for scuffs and scratches.
Display is pixelated, not high definition.
Beats Audio doesn’t make anything sound better, just louder.
Doesn’t come with Beats earbuds.
T-Mobile 4G Network can be spotty.
Mediocre battery life.
Video capture is slow to start, Fiddly focus in Macro mode, Very poor outdoor photos.
Unintuitive web browser
Screen lacks sharpness.
By CellPhoneQuick on March 07, 2013
There are also a number of reasons to prefer the One S over those models: Namely, if you don’t need 4G speeds, and you do want a smaller profile smartphone without the giant 4.7″ or 4.8″ screens found on other models in the same class....-
By Good Gear Guide on February 27, 2013
The One X and One XL may be HTC's flagship Android phones of 2012, but the One S will definitely turn some heads. Constructed from a unibody aluminium frame that's just 7.6mm thick, the mid-range One S boasts many of the same features as its...-
By ConsumerSearch on November 01, 2012
Bottom lineSleek, slim and powerful, the HTC One S lands itself a top spot in the T-Mobile lineup thanks to its zippy processor, attractive design and cutting-edge camera performance. While it falls short of the HTC One X (*Est. $100) in earning the...-
By AsiaOne on August 13, 2012
There's lots to like about the HTC One S.Size-wise, I'm a fan of pocket-sized phones, and the One S fits in my jeans more comfortably than its larger cousin, the One X.It may not have an external storage card, but 16GB is a generous amount of...80
By GadgetSpeak on July 26, 2012
NASA technology and a branded set of ear-buds are just two of the features found on a new HTC...92
By Gadget Guy Australia on July 19, 2012
HTC’s “One” series of phones has been doing the rounds lately, grabbing great reviews and raves about solid build, excellent speed, and a top notch camera. Now we have a sibling wearing a metal jacket and carrying a less expensive...80
By CNET Australia on July 18, 2012
Battery life is the Achilles' heel of the HTC One S, hampering an otherwise sleek and solidly performing smartphone, and making it one for light users...70
By AnandTech on July 17, 2012
At the very top of HTC’s new lineup are three flagship devices: the One X, its cousin the One XL, and the One S. I say flagship because HTC’s One S is really a device with a level of fit and finish beyond the rest of the high-end to midrange...-
By uk.hardware.info on July 17, 2012
After HTC and Samsung launched their new high-end phones for 2012 earlier this year, LG is now the last of the big brands to release a new powerhouse model. With the 4X HD the Korean manufacturer again has a phone that can compete in the highest...-
By tbreak.ae on July 16, 2012
While the HTC One X seems to dominate benchmarks and headlines, the One S is a quiet contender that deserves just as much attention. It’s got a great design and performs well with almost anything you throw at it. Though the screen may be a bit...90