HTC One V Flexes Its Muscles – Benchmarks and Gaming Performance Put To The Test [Video]


When it comes to the HTC One X, there’s no surprise that the entire tech world is going ape-nuts over it. Arguably the best Android device to date, there’s no question HTC has struck gold on that one. And it’s not just the One X — the One S has been receiving its fair share of praise despite its slightly lesser specs (but saved thanks to a beefy Qualcomm S4 processor). But there is another phone in HTC’s One line of devices that hasn’t gotten too much coverage, the HTC One V.

I get it, the One V is HTC’s entry level device for 2012 and spec-wise, there just isn’t too much here we haven’t seen before. But even as an Android enthusiasts who prefer to stay on the bleeding edge of tech, I think it would be safe to assume not all of our friends or family members feel the same passion we do, and often come to us when it comes to picking out a solid, affordable Android device.

Thankfully, I came across this video today from NetbookNews showing off some benchmarks from the One V, even throwing a few of the more demanding games at it like Temple Run and Shadowgun. How did the device perform? Well, check out their video walkthrough and see for yourself.

After watching this video, I have to say, the HTC One V has proven itself as one hot, little firecracker. Shadowgun ran pretty smooth with only a reasonable amount of framerate drops during heated of battles. It feels a little weird to type it out but, I’d even go as far as saying the One V is one of Android’s first premium entry-level devices for the masses? What did you guys think? Impressed?


Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. What is it with HTC and those ugly chins? Sense is looking nice but that chin HAS to go.

    1. Gives it personality? 

      Like Jay Leno?

  2. first comment? ICS NEEDS NO TASK KILLER! wtf? yeah on 1.5 it was useful *roll eyes*

  3. This guy has no idea how to use Android and it gave me a headache.

  4. Wow… that absolutely destroyed the classy look of ICS.  That might as well be Android 1.6.  WTF are they thinking?

    1. 1.6? 1.6??? Seriously?

  5. The phone looks old.  Looks like it was from 2-3 years ago.

    1. It is make to remind HTC Legend. Don’t know if it is good or bad, but its “old school” look is by design not by negligence in design 

  6. I love my Galaxy Note!


  8. 5:25 ‘So I have a completely different backside’ LOL

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