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.
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.
There's ne place to put the sticker inside the phone. The One X and One S ship the same way. You can remove the sticker from the phone if you want to, and HTC includes an extra one in the box in case you need it down the road. I just didn't peel the s... (continues)
but I've been considering this phone lately (through US Cellular actually) and currently have a Desire (which from my understanding is extremely close in hardware to the original nexus) which I'm looking to get rid of due to general performance issues and a poor battery life.
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?