HTC One V Reviews
The HTC One V is a handset that delivers great value for its low-cost of S$398 (US$317). While it sports good features like the BSI camera and a refreshing take on an old design, the handset is let down by its single-core 1GHz processor which isn't capable of keeping up.
You didn't think that after reviewing the HTC One X
and HTC One S
, we will disregard their little brother â€“ the HTC One V, did you? Well, here it is, folks!
HTC also has the One V, which incorporates the keystone features of the flagship, but at a much lower price. Is the One V a good value? Read on to find out!
The HTC One V wonâ€™t impress anybody with its spec sheet, but part of HTCâ€™s 2012 strategy is a renewed focus on not just the mid- and high-end of the market, but also the initial point of entry, the affordable smartphone.
While weâ€™ve already taken a look at the mid-range and high-end handsets, thereâ€™s still One more to look at: the HTC One V. It doesnâ€™t have the horsepower of the other two phones, but it hopes to make up for that in terms of overall experience and affordability.
"Yep, itâ€™s an updated version of the venerable HTC Legend, complete with aluminum construction and that famous protruding chin."
"While we wouldn't go as far as to call it a budget phone, it's a familiar package - and a lot friendlier - less powerful, but hopefully not underpowered."