HTC Officially Announce One X, One V, and One S Android 4.0 Handsets with Sense 4.0
Few days, or even weeks, ago, HTC was rumored to carry on it’s One series at the MWC 2012 Barcelona. The rumor turns out to be true since HTC is officially introduce it’s latest flagship android handset trio in an official press conference last night.
Dubbed as HTC One S, One X, and One V, all of these handsets will start to penetrate the market on April this year. It should available around the world, so everyone would have the chance to play around with the amazing combination of Android 4.0 and the new HTC Sense 4.0.
HTC One X feature 1.5GHz Nvidia quad-core processors, 4.7 inch 720p HD touch screen, 32GB internal memory, and 1GB RAM. HSPA, bluetooth, WiFi, DLNA, and NFC connectivity are all supported. There’s an 8.0 megapixels rear shutter with LED flashlight and backside illuminated sensors. For those who interested to perform a video call, there’s a 1.3 megapixels front facing camera.
Next, we’ve got the new HTC One S. Previously identified as HTC Ville, this handset sports 4.3 inch touch screen with 960 x 540 pixels resolution display. Deep under it’s hood, lies a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm CPU, alongside with a full gigabyte of RAM and 16GB internal memory. HTC One S posses 8.0 megapixels primary camera unit that can be used to record 1080p HD video. WiFi, Bluetooth, and HSPA connectivity are all supported. This phone will completely rely on an 1,650mAh battery unit for it’s main power source.
Last but not least, the HTC One V is considered as the most affordable among these three android smartphone. It has the smallest 3.7 inch touch screen with 480 x 800 pixels resolution. Powered by a 1GHz processors, One V is also packed with 4GB internal data storage and 512MB RAM. There’s a 5.0 megapixels primary camera unit that also capable of 720p HD video recording. You can take advantage from it’s LED flashlight to capture better photo. HTC One V is support for HSPA, Bluetooth amd WiFi connectivity. It also has 1,500 mAh battery unit.