The HTC One V is the weakest smartphone among the One line handsets. It has nothing in common with the HTC One X and the One S, but the moniker One gives some privileges. Such handsets are usually sold in huge numbers because they are designed for all those consumers who can’t afford the more expensive One X or S. Plus, cheap phones are offered via many carriers unlike the expensive ones that are sold via an exclusive carrier in a certain market. Now we have one of local US carriers, Cricket Wireless planning to sell the HTC One V starting from September 2.
The HTC One V is packed with a 3.7-inch WVGA (800×480) touchscreen, a 1GHz processor, a 5MP camera with HTC’s ImageSense technology and Beats Audio support. This can be very handful because the carrier also offers Muve Music service that allows unlimited downloads of its music library. The service can be included in the monthly data plan or stopped at any moment. Other highlighted features include Android 4.0 and HTC Sense 4.
The HTC One V is priced $269.99 off contract, thus, we are dealing with one of the cheapest Android phones made by a top manufacturer.