Hands On: HTC One V

A quick look at the new mid-range smartphone from the One series.

 
Hands On: HTC One V

Earlier this year, HTC announced its One series of phones including HTC One X, One V and One S. At the MTV Aquanoon pool party in Mumbai, I got to have a look at some Eastern-European girls, along with the HTC One V. Since this is a family-friendly website, I will keep the discussion to the latter.

At first glance, the HTC One V is fairly light-weight, with seemingly decent build quality. It has a 3.7" screen with pixel dimensions of 480x800. The screen is fairly bright with good colour reproduction, and is easily readable, even under the evening sun.
 

Hands On: HTC One V

 

It has a 1 GHz CPU with 512 MB RAM under the hood, which I think is good enough, considering that the device had very minimal lag. On the software front, it runs Android 4.0 (ICS) with HTC's Sense UI on top of it.

Lastly, it has a 5 MP camera which supports upto 720p video recording. The images that I clicked were fairly sharp under broad daylight, unfortunately I did not get a chance to test it under low-light conditions. We will keep that and the other details for the in-depth review. For now, check out the video of the hands on below.
 


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