Review: HTC One S for T-Mobile
HTC's One S for T-Mobile is an easy phone to recommend for anyone who loves Android, speed, and solid performance from their smartphone. Does it have any faults? We managed to find a couple.
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The One S for T-Mobile USA is part of a trio of high-profile “One” devices being launched by HTC this year. The One S doesn't bear the bleeding-edge specs that the One X does, but it's still one of the best buys from T-Mobile. If you're looking for a sexy handset that's as fast as it is thin, the One S should be on your short list. Here's why.
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One S or Galaxy S3
I'm finding myself carrying my phone everywhere I go, and I want a phone that I can take clean shots without resorting to my larger Nikon P300 or much larger Nikon D80. So we will see what the next few months have in stock.
My ideal phone would be a One S with a keyboard, to perhaps be branded as a T-Mobile G3. But one could only hope.....