Review: HTC One V for Virgin Mobile
HTC's One V is a retro-tastic Android smartphone that may be small in size, but is big at heart. Read all about the One V in Phone Scoop's full review.
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Virgin's new smartphone from HTC is the latest One Series device to hit the U.S. It combines some retro-HTC styling with Android 4.0 and Sense 4.0 in a small, attractive package. If you're not one to suffer smartphone envy and don't need or want a monstrously large device, the HTC One V packs plenty of punch.
Hands On with the HTC One V
The least spec'd-out new Android smartphone from HTC still manages to impress. Here's why.
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".
HTC Brings Back the Chin with the One V
HTC today announced the HTC One V, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone that harkens back to HTC's design language of old. One of its most prominent design features in the chin that's below the display.
HTC One V Coming to Metro, Virgin, U.S. Cellular
An HTC spokesperson today confirmed that Metro PCS, U.S. Cellular, and Virgin Mobile will all offer the HTC One V.
HTC's One V to Be Sold By Wide Selection of U.S. Carriers
HTC today announced that the One V Android smartphone has been picked up by a significant number of regional cellular network operators in the U.S. The One V went on sale through Virgin Mobile USA last week, but can soon be expected to grace the store shelves of U.S.
I made the mistake--
Why is the ESN
Or is it because it's a review model?
The sticker makes it easy for a retail employee to activate the phone when selling one.
This may be too specific of a question,
From my understanding the S2 processor would definitely be a step up for both performance and battery life compare to the S1 in the Desire, but would you consider the difference between the phones to be enough to warrant an upgrade?