Earlier today we saw some reviews on the new HTC One X and now the reviews of another Android device from HTC have appeared online, the HTC One S. As a reminder, the HTC One S also comes with Android 4.0 ICS and it features a 4.3 inch qHD touchscreen display with a 540 x 960 pixel resolution, plus a dual core 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor.
Sporting a thinner and lighter design, the One S doesn’t deserve to be hidden in the shadow of its pricier brother. With the latest dual-core Snapdragon S4 and noticeable improvements to HTC’s Sense UI, as well as Android 4.0 and a potent camera, this phone is likely to play a large part of the manufacturer’s renewed efforts after a shaky 2011. – Read more
Here in the HTC One S we find that HTC is certainly living up to the promise that they’ll be coming in strong in 2012 with a hero series of phones. The HTC One S also reminds us that HTC was once the king of high-quality hardware for Android, and indeed here again they do regain that crown – Read more
It’s tough not to like the HTC One S’ physical feel. The design is subtle and discrete; it’s more how the smartphone feels in your hand that proves alluring. HTC’s metal-bodied phones have always felt sturdy, but the combination of sub-8mm thinness in a flex-free chassis add up to a device that feels more of a premium product than the true One X flagship manages. – Read more
When it comes to first impressions, the HTC One S is an instant winner. It marries thinness with a subtle, exquisitely refined design, and its AMOLED display is exactly the sort of vibrant eye-catcher that attracts people in stores. It almost sounds like the perfect premise for a device that’s all style and no substance, but that’s not the case with the One S. – Read more
It looks like HTC will be well on their way to again being crowned the king of quality hardware for the Android platform this year, and with the HTC One S it was hard to actually find a fault with the device, with a number of features that fit nicely together and seems HTC are well on the way to make up for its mistakes last year. – Read more