Published On: 25 June 2012
The HTC One V, recently launched in the country, sports a beautiful 3.7-inch capacitive touch display with a 800x480 pixel resolution.
Apart from the many pre-installed apps, users can also experience Android 4.0 exclusive Google apps like Chrome Beta and a redesigned version of Gmail.
The back of the One V sports the HTC logo engraved into the unibody metallic design of the device.
The HTC One V is the second device in the One series and is priced at Rs. 19,399.
The audio quality of the handset is decent enough, thanks to Beats Audio integration.
The One V comes with a 1500mAh battery that lasts an entire day on a single charge.
The kinked, curved protruding chin of the HTC One V differentiates the smartphone from the rest in its category.
The smartphone features a 5MP auto focus rear shooter with LED flash.
The Micro-USB port, used for charging and data transfers sits at the bottom left corner of the smartphone.
The volume rocker rests on the right of the device and HTC has provides enough resistance to ensure that it does not succumb to accidental presses.
Unlike its bigger brothers, the One V is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Sanpdragon processor. It also features 512MB RAM and 4GB on-board memory.
Video recording on the device is a bit disappointing and struggles to adjust between contrasting light conditions.