One of the first things you'll notice is how fast the HTC One S can be. The HTC One S boots up in no time at all in comparison to some smartphones. Its 1.5GHz dual core processor makes all the difference
Really helping to add zip to multitasking and managing multiple applications and diving into mobile games. Whatever you use it for
The HTC One X is a joy to use because of it. Battery life is s
Size and weight
Sense interface coupled with Android ICS
Clean audio rendering
Very fast and responsive
Ice Cream Sandwich
Latest HTC Sense is easy to use
Good 8megapixel camera
Slender but sturdy form
Android 4 and Sense 4 work nicely
Svelte and beautiful
Built for Ice Cream Sandwich
Loads of widgets
HTC Sense 4 is easy to use
More pocketable than the One X
Good battery life
Superfast interface and web browsing
Very slim good looks
1.5GHz dualcore processor
The editors didn't like
Can struggle under very heavy use
Occasionally overheats with heavy use
Camera zoom is below par
No physical camera button
Sense feels cluttered
No micro-SD card slot or HDMI input
The HTC One S features Android 4.0
But HTC still insists on caking in its HTC Sense 4 interface to accompany it
So you don’t quite get the full Android 4.0 experience. But that said
The interface is still lush
Featuring beautiful menu layouts. But there’s still little we dislike about the HTC One S.
Body highly sensitive to scratching (to be verified...)
Low memory for a multimedia smartphone (about 12 GB)
Abstract: At first glance, the HTC One S has a really sleek look, mainly as a result of its ultra-thin dimensions at only 7.8mm. Compared to other supposedly thin smartphones, the One S makes other models look bulky and cumbersome.The handset's 4.3 inch screen is o...
Very fast, HTC Sense 4 is easy to use, Excellent display, More pocketable than the One X, Good battery life
Could do with a tad more storage, No option to increase memory
So what do we think about the One S - is it the victim of middle-child syndrome? Well, no. For £70 pounds less than the One X, you lose 16GB of storage, NFC and a big display but you gain a much better battery life and a device that sits more happily in...
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In those that don't like larger handsets such as the 4.7" One X or 4.8" Galaxy S 3 the One S may well find a bunch of fans. The screen offers some great blacks, decent clarity and overall the matt finish feels great with a size that is much easier to use ...
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Abstract: As part of our upcoming Nokia Lumia 900 review, we're pitting Nokia's flagship against rival devices and today, we're putting it up against the HTC One S from Taiwan-based HTC.On paper, these two devices are similarly matched, with the Lumia 900 featuring...
Abstract: The HTC One S is one of the three new smartphones HTC have launched under the ‘One' name. It is placed between the more wallet-friendly One V and the powerhouse that is the One X, however don't assume that this makes it a middle of the road smartphone. If...