HTC One V

HTC One V hands-on

Long live the chin. As the junior member of HTC's new trio, the HTC One V is perhaps the least-covered of the three. But as the cheapest and therefore most accessible of the Android phones, it's arguably the most important piece in the strategy: if HTC can win converts on the low end, it's more likely to garner repeat business. Android Community swung by HTC's booth at Mobile World Congress to get a better look at the budget-minded Ice Cream Sandwich phone, and while it's obviously not the high profile machine that the One X and One V are, it's definitely worth a look.

HTC says One V headed to Metro PCS, Virgin Mobile and US Cellular

HTC's new One line has gotten a lot of us Android fans excited, and in America we're doubly excited to see a European launch event confirm US releases. The flagship HTC One X will be headed for AT&T (with a reduced Qualcomm dual-core processor) and the HTC One S is on its way to T-Mobile. But what of the One V, the smaller, cheaper phone that revives HTC's Legend design? According to PhoneScoop, it's headed for the land of the free as well: low-cost and prepaid carriers Metro PCS, Virgin Mobile and U.S. Cellular have already begun the initial steps towards adding the phone, said an HTC representative.

HTC One series gets official promo videos

So, the HTC One series is a big deal if you're HTC, or an HTC fan. And just in case you haven't had enough of them and their Mobile World Congress debut so far, HTC has posted quick commercials for the One X, One S and One V to YouTube. It's some pretty sedate stuff - if you're drooling already, the videos will call for a little more salivation, but if you're not convinced they won't change your mind. There's a definite focus on each phone's camera, but the videos help isolate exactly where HTC thinks its three new pillars fit into the mobile landscape.

HTC One V Announced — Ice Cream Sandwich, Beats Audio on a budget

As we continue with the HTC launch event here at Mobile World Congress we have the low-end of the three new Android smartphones being announced as a part of their "fewer but better" devices strategy. This is the HTC One V, previously rumored as the HTC Primo, and it brings all those specs we've come to love along with the latest Android OS all for a great price. Again meeting the demands to be considered a "One" smartphone the One V wont disappoint but read on below to find out more.

HTC One V to be announced at MWC focusing on Beats Audio

As the week continues it appears that HTC's new naming scheme is all but confirmed. Yesterday we reported that the new names for a few of their upcoming devices were the HTC One X and the One S. Today new details have also leaked mentioning a third device to be announced at Mobile World Congress. Previously known as the HTC Primo this Beats Audio focused phone will be the HTC One V.
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