The HTC One S may be touted as a mid-range phone but don’t look down on what it has to offer. Powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor with 1GB of DDR2 RAM, the One S packs a stunning qHD Super AMOLED 4.3” display and surrounding that would be a scratch-resistant and durable aluminum backing. The body is made using plasma-heated micro arc oxidation process which gives the phone a unique smooth ceramic finish.

On the inside, One S will run on the latest version of Android (ICS) along with the company’s latest version of its Sense UI – v4.0 that boasts a host of new features as unveiled at the keynote. The back will be equipped with the same camera found on the One X – 8MP with HTC’s very own ImageChip and a f/2.0 autofocus lens; you’ll also be able to capture still images while recording 1080p videos.

Seriously, if you’re not going to do heavy stuffs on the phone that requires quad-core, the One S looks extremely good. Other mentioned stuffs include a thin design of only 7.9mm, extra 25GB of storage on DropBox which will be free for two years, and Beats audio.


  1. Richard Byrdk said...
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  2. Syed Salleh said...

    Yeah sure then :)  

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