Saturday, June 2, 2012

HTC One V - The Final Member Of HTC One's Trilogy

The HTC One trilogy is composed of the HTC One X, HTC One S, and the HTC One V. The HTC One V is the final member of the HTC One's trilogy. This is dubbed as the budget phone of the trilogy. It comes in with a curved chin design and unibody construction. It comes in with a fairly standard 3.7" display. If you are someone who doesn't want a bigger handset, say a 4" or bigger sized handset then this is for you.

If you base the phone's tag price to its design and built, you will agree with me when I say that it is a big misnomer. The phone's aluminum body alone will give you that premium feeling that you are used to seeing on high-end smartphones of today. This is also something that is quite comfortable to hold, all thanks to the phone's amazing curved chin design and curve on its back edges. The One V comes in with a matte black finish and it comes in with some character.

Going back to the phone's curved chin design, it is easy for me to conclude that this is the phone's most striking feature. If you are a big HTC fan, then I am sure that you know that this is HTC's trademark.
The phone's 3.7" capacitive touch screen display is protected by the tough Gorilla glass. You will notice how the glass screen protrudes from the phone's body by a mere.5mm. The phone's glass top is cut away in order for it to reveal a row of drilled holes intended for the phone's earpiece. If you look below the phone's earpiece, you will see the HTC logo (in silver). At the phone's bottom, you will see three capacitive buttons that will help you in navigating around the phone. If you are in a dark place, these capacitive buttons will light up.
If you look at the phone's right top edge, you will find the power/wake button. On the left part, you will find the 3.5mm headphone jack. The phone's volume rocker is on the right hand side. On the bottom left, you will find the Micro USB port for charging and connecting this handset to your computer.

This handset ships with a 5MP camera with a resolution of 2592 x 1944 pixels. It comes in with LED flash and auto-focus too. You will be able to record videos at 720p on this handset. Last but not the least, this handset ships with the latest Android Iteration the Ice Cream Sandwich.

As you can see, this phone is a great catch. It comes with the latest Android OS and pretty cool features that you won't find in other so-called budget phones out there. Fall in love with the final member of the HTC One trilogy, fall in love with the budget-friendly HTC One V.

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