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It’s the first thing you pick up in the morning, and the last thing you put away at night. You work on it, you connect to the digital world with it, and you interact with those that matter most on it. You reach for it every time you want to remember a moment, and you easily share that moment with just a couple taps. This isn’t just another smartphone; it stays with you and keeps up with you. HTC One V, the essential smartphone for those on the go.
The HTC One V resurrects the iconic design of the HTC Legend -- durable and timeless from the inside out. As part of the HTC One family it has amazing camera technology with HTC ImageSense™ that goes beyond point and shoot, allowing you to take amazing pictures in any conditions. You have a true digital camera on the HTC One V. Beats Audio integration provides an advanced audio experience whatever you are listening to and there is even 25GB free Cloud storage via Dropbox. You can even wirelessly share anything from your phone and view it on your TV.
The HTC One V features a 1GHz processor making it easy to multi-task and get a quick response when gaming and surfing the web
Beats Audio authentic studio sound is now integral to HTC smartphones, so it is available on more devices and works across many more applications. So whether you are listing to music, watching movies, playing games or using a third party app like Spotify you will benefit from the Beats Audio profile.
All new HTC devices come with an exclusive 25GB of Cloud storage from Dropbox, so you can have all your files, music and photos with you when you're on the go. This cloud storage is free for 24 months for HTC customers and is integrated in the Sense user experience, so you can easily upload to your store and manage what is stored straight from your device. Any file you save to Dropbox also instantly saves to your computer, phone and the Dropbox website. And with the Dropbox app for Android you can being your files with you when you're on the go, edit files in your Dropbox from your phone, easily upload your photos and video to Dropbox and share your content freely with family and friends. You never have to worry about attachments – simply share large files by sending a Dropbox link. Plus, access your Dropbox straight from Office apps to edit documents, spreadsheets, and presentations and save them back automatically. You also don't have to worry about security as Dropbox protects your files without you needing to think about it.
Knocking out your To-Do list just got even easier. Not only do tasks appear in Calendar but you can also assign them to any of your contacts. Out of milk? Assign it to your husband so when he calls the task reminder appears right on the screen.
Your phone automatically checks if you've missed one of your newly added or edited phone book contacts on Facebook, Linked In, or Twitter and will automatically suggest that person to you as a connection.
Enjoy HTML5 and Flash rich content on the go. And our Text Reflow adjusts text to the width of your screen so no more panning left and right. Read Later keeps a copy of what you're browsing so you can read it later without Internet connection.
This really is a cheap, nasty, piece of trash. I've hated every second of having it, locked into a contract with those charlatans Virgin, who wouldn't let me change it. Read morePublished 8 days ago by A. Zagoritis
This phone is a waste of space. It is very slow. I feel conned when I look at the phone. I can't believe there are any good reviews for this piece of garbage. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matthew Keogh
I loathe this phone. Been nothing but trouble. Can't open contacts, slow, sluggish, constantly closes down and no way of updating the software. Do not buy this phone.Published 2 months ago by Ms. C. Tyler
Great product - easy to use, good camera ( 5mp ), looks good and easy to handlePublished 2 months ago by dave
Had this phone for approximately one year. What let it down was mainly the lack of memory, but of course now it is passè as bigger better and more powerful phones are out... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Christine Reeves
This phone is slow.
So slow that I want to break it when i use it. What is the point in a slow smart phone with a battery that dies in less than half a day of moderate... Read more
Much as I wanted. Doesn't always recognise my Sim card or service but soon returns to normal. Could have done with a better user guide without going online for the full version.Published 11 months ago by johnnewtrainer