Review: HTC One S for T-Mobile
The HTC One S for T-Mobile is by no means a perfect device. The biggest problem, in my mind, is the inconsistent voice quality I experienced. Almost every other facet of the device is excellent.
The hardware is simply great, the display good, the battery life good, and the network performance excellent. The user interface could use some further refinement, but it is amazingly flexible and far better than anything running older versions of Android.
The media capabilities of the One S are amazing, with plenty of power and options when it comes to consuming music, video, and games. Throw in the solid camera and video capturing tools, and the One S is as well-rounded a device as one could ask for.
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There's no doubt in my mind that the One S is the best smartphone available from T-Mobile at the moment. If you're in the market for a T-Mobile Android smartphone, this is the one to get.
Hands On: HTC One S
The HTC One S is a slightly toned down version of the One, but still has its own identity. The One S, coming to T-Mobile USA, will surely appeal to many with its good looks and capable features.
We're live from HTC's event, where they are expected to announce new phones. Rumors whisper of a new series of phones called "One".
T-Mobile USA First to Offer HTC One S
HTC today announced the One S, an Android 4.0 / Sense 4.0 smartphone that will launch with T-Mobile USA later this spring. The One S supports T-Mobile's HSPA+ network at 42Mbps and includes Beats Audio integration.
HTC One S Hits T-Mobile Stores April 25 for $199
T-Mobile USA today announced that the HTC One S will go on sale through its various sales channels starting April 25. The One S, which was announced earlier this year by HTC, supports T-Mobile's 42Mbps HSPA+ network and has a different treatment for the metallic surfaces, but is otherwise the same as the international version of the device.
HTC One X and One S to Get a Taste of Jelly Bean
HTC today announced that both the One X and One S smartphones, sold in the U.S. by AT&T and T-Mobile USA, respectively, will be updated to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ starting later this month.