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Runs Android 4.0.
Good build quality.
Crisp 3.7 inch LCD screen.
Refined Sense 4.0a UI.
Decent battery life.
Aluminum chassis feels great to hold.
5-megapixel BSI sensor takes pictures of average-good quality.
Compact and lightweight.
Taxing apps will run poorly on the phone.
Only 4GB internal storage.
Non-removable battery lasts for about a day.
Single-core 1GHz processor makes the phone feel occasionally sluggish.
Web browser needs more work.
Mediocre 720p video.
By Gadget Guy Australia on September 12, 2012
The fourth phone from HTC to , the HTC One V takes on a look similar to the older Legend handset we saw a few years and gives it some much needed upgrades an bringing the operating system up to scratch. HTC’s last One handset for us to review out...
By Computeractive on August 24, 2012
We've reviewed a handful of Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones over the last few months, but they've all been on the pricey side. The HTC One V, on the other hand, is a rather more affordable option at just over £200 without a...
By cnet on August 03, 2012
Demanding Android fans won't like the HTC One V's slow performance but its premium design and low, no-contract price makes it a steal on Virgin...
By cnet on July 20, 2012
The HTC One V's premium design is fashionable but demanding Android fans should steer clear of this phone's poor...
By Tbreak.com on July 02, 2012
If you’re looking for a phone on a budget that offers you a little bit more than just basic text messaging, then the HTC One V is a decent contender. It’s probably not the most powerful thing on the market, but it offers a newer version of...
By Expert Reviews on June 12, 2012
Great build quality and a fantastic camera, but better-specified phones are available for only a little more money on contract...
By Wired UK on June 12, 2012
Unlike most midrange Android phones, the HTC One V gives you the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich straight out of the box. Add to that a quality casing, beautiful interface, fine screen and an okay camera, and despite its rather sluggardly processor,...
By Android Police on June 05, 2012
There are many cheap Android phones on the market today. Most of these devices will have a single core processor clocked at around 1GHz, and there won't be an awful lot of RAM to speak of either. This remains true of the HTC One V, but the latest...
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
Upon seeing that the HTC One V has an affordable price, consumers will want to try it right away. And they should. But if you crave a great CPU, the version on this phone won't quench your...
By DigitalVersus on May 31, 2012
For a low-end smartphone, the One V would more accurately be called a "very good mid-range smartphone at a low-end price". And how does it stand compared to the Huawei Honor? It's better across the board....
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