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- Product InformationExperience the world through the sleek and beautiful HTC One S. This engineering success boasts a 4.3-inch super AMOLED capacitive multi-touchscreen with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels that brings every color to life for a great gaming experience, superb video and still image quality. Running on a Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait CPU, this smartphone achieves great processing speeds with a flawless and glitch-free performance, and incredibly fast web surfing and download speeds. Its 16 GB of internal storage provides enough memory for all your applications, video, music, image, and document files. Immortalize your favorite moments with the astounding 8 MP rear camera that features auto-focus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, and face/smile detection for clear and crisp high-resolution images with minimal noise.
- Family LineHTC One
- Storage Capacity16GB
- ColorCeramic Black
- Network Generation3G
- Network TechnologyGSM / HSDPA
- BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) HSDPA 850/900/2100
- StyleTouch Screen
- Camera Resolution8.0MP
- Battery Capacity1650 mAh
- Display TechnologySuper Amoled
- Screen Size4.3"
- Touch ScreenYes
- Digital CameraYes
- Email AccessYes
- Internet BrowserYes
- Height5.15 in.
- Depth0.31 in.
- Width2.56 in.
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- galpeterma0Aug 24, 2016by
Best smart phone for the money.
I purchased several of these phones over past few years and have never been disappointed. Size is important. It fits in my front pocket.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- jdg90005Sep 14, 2013by
While their rear-facing cameras use identical 8-megapixel sensors, for the
The HTC One S (codenamed Ville) is a premium smartphone designed and manufactured by HTC as part of the HTC One series which has Beats Audio and runs the Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" mobile operating system with HTC Sense. Announced by HTC on 26 February 2012, the HTC One S was scheduled for official release on 2 April 2012. The first phones were sold on March 30. In the United States, the One S is carried by T-Mobile and Solavei. Slotted between the low-end HTC One V and the high-end HTC One X in the HTC One lineup, the One S's specs and positioning are close to that of the flagship One X. The One S and One X sold in North America share the same dual-core processor, though the One S lacks LTE. The One S has an aluminum body and a 4.3-inch 960x 540 pixel (qHD) Super AMOLED display with PenTile matrix with a pixel density of 256 pixels per inch, compared to the One X's polycarbonate body and a 4.7-inch (120 mm) 1,280x720 pixel (RGB matrix) Super LCD 2 display with a pixel density of 312 pixels per inch. The One S's use of a PenTile display makes it more energy efficient and thinner than equivalent LCD screens, giving it better battery life than the One X. While their rear-facing cameras use identical 8-megapixel sensors, for the front-facing camera the One S has a VGA cam and video capture fixed at 640 x 480 resolution compared to the One X's 1.3-megapixel sensor with 720p HD video capture. In North America, the One S and One X are usually not sold by the same carrier, for instance T-Mobile and Telus offer the One S, while AT&T and Rogers sell the One X.Read full review
- bnadavJan 20, 2014by
good and cheap, but lacking external SD card.
I was looking for asecond smart phone so I needed something not so expensive, old, but still strong enough to be useable. I just got the phone. I t appears to be solid and strong. It is still fast (as for January 2014), and honestly, I have been using the newest cyanogenmod for several months now with the newest rom, 4.4.2, and this appears to be faster. For me, it looks like as the android advance in versions, the phones become slower and slower. The only thing that saves the android is the very fast development of fast cpus: I currently own 2.3 ghz cheap that is not very faster than this HTC with its 4.0.2 android. the camera appears to be good enough. screen is good, and high quality. The preblem is the lack of SD card - WTF? cannot insert my 32gb card full of pictures and films to this phone, they did not make a slot for it! For now, its the only major fault. If you need more than 16gb - stay away from this phone. But only for some music and regular phone use - it is more than enough.Read full review
- savage_sellerJun 17, 2014by
used sensations for two years, one s lasted me less than two months...
The Good: (1) Sleek and classy design (2) HTC Sense is very user friendly (3) Fast and snappy performance --- The Bad: (1) "Beats Audio" Rip off. (2) Very low speaker volume & quality. (3) Poor screen quality, mediocre at best (4) Poor battery life (5) No external storage / micro sd --- A word of advice: You have to be careful when buying this phone, there are three different models with the same name "HTC One S" with three major differences, (1) hardware (2) basebands (3) One of them doesn't have LTE. --- Always do a little research before buying. --- Google is your friend :)
- cotechnologyApr 09, 2014by
good battery life, just the right size, excellent camera!
Better than iphone, takes very nice pictures. Fast, not too small and not to big. the only down side would be it doesn't have a slot for an external memory card, but it still is better than an iphone. and you can use cloud or dropbox to save your pictures.
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