The HTC One V is the baby in HTC’s new One Series trio, with a ‘chin’ built into it’s metal chassis, it’s a little retro, well 2009 HTC Hero retro.
Specifications are impressive. The HTC One V might be the cheapest of the trio, but HTC has packed a 1GHz processor into a 9.24mm deep body, which is more than capable of handling day to day tasks.
There’s a 3.7-inch screen, 4GB internal storage (along with an SD slot) and 25GB Dropbox space for storing photos and documents in the cloud.
The HTC One V runs the latest version of Google’s Android operating system: Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich. On top of this is HTC Sense, HTC’s custom interface, resplendent with live widgets for weather and social networking. Of course you can customise homescreens with apps and features as usual.
One of the most exciting features is the new 5-megapixel camera module, which should produce superior pictures. 3G and WiFi are on-board too, along with Beats Audio profiles to enhance music.
But specifications are one thing, but is the HTC One V any good? Check out our video review below to find out, or read our extended HTC One V review. If you’re looking for something with a little more power consider the HTC One S or HTC One X.