The HTC One S is out now and is widely available from Orange, Tesco, Three, T-Mobile, Vodafone and sim free. The HTC One S is the middle product in a trio of handsets announced by HTC at MWC (Mobile World Congress), sitting between the flagship HTC One X and the HTC One V.
The HTC One S looks like a worthy successor the HTC Desire and at just 7.6mm deep, it’s a compact phone.
The attractive size still allows for a generous 4.3-inch AMOLED screen (with a resolution of 540×960), with tough Gorilla Glass to protect it. In our tips and tricks we highlight the power saving potential of a black backdrop on an AMOLED display, here’s a black qHD wallpaper you can download and use on yours.
HTC has also totally revamped the camera and the One S includes an 8-megapixel snapper with autofocus and an LED flash for low-light shooting. The device also captures full HD movies at 1080p.
It’s powerful enough to run Ice Cream Sandwich – also known as Google’s Android 4.0 operating system – which is overlayed with HTC’s very useable Sense skin.
So, if you’re considering the HTC One S, or you’ve already got one in your hands, check out the following video where we pick out top five HTC One S tips and tricks. Whether you’re looking to find out how to get the best out of this device when it comes to battery life or how to set it up the way you like, we’ve got you covered.