Here's our quick hands-on video with the HTC One V, HTC's entry level One series handset rocking a single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 3.7-inch WVGA display, 5-megapixel camera and trademark HTC build quality. The One V also runs Android 4.0 and packs 4GB of internal memory as well as a full-sized SIM card slot. What makes the One V really special is the micro SD card expandability, giving owners a potential 36GB of memory - 4GB more than the One X's 32GB.
While we've only spent a short while with the V so far, its solid build really strikes us. Akin to the Motorola MOTOLUXE, just with a much smoother UI and a sharper display, the One V looks like a pretty attractive proposition for a £250 phone.
We pick up on a few ommissions in the One V's version of Sense 4.0 in the video below, however, considering the price-point, most core functionality remains the same, from the camera effects right through to the general UI.
Check out our video below, stay tuned for the review coming later in the week and if you have any questions, just fire us a comment, Tweet or Facebook.