MWC 2012: HTC One Series Compared

Posted:  February 28, 2012   By:    8 comments   

The HTC One series will be coming to Malaysia with all 3 having different specs and features. As usual, we compared the HTC One X, One S and One V specs and figures for easy reference.

On the processor aspect, the HTC One X runs on quad core, while the One S comes with 2 and lastly the One V runs only on a single core. In terms of OS, all 3 runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The HTC One V is probably the only Ice Cream Sandwich device launched with a single core right now.

In terms of dimensions, the HTC One S is the thinnest at only 7.8mm, followed by the HTC One X at 8.9mm and lastly the One V at 9.24mm. For storage, the HTC One X and One S doesn’t come with a expandable microSD slot however it is available on the One V. It is also interesting to note that the HTC One X comes with NFC support.

What do you think of the new HTC devices? Drop your thoughts in the comments below.

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8 Comments for MWC 2012: HTC One Series Compared


Im worry about the battery


One V and One S will super duper expensive, while One V is acceptable except its battery..


One S is slimmer than Galaxy S II. If they launch now, it will eat Samsung alive.


Why didn't they use Super amoled for HTC One X? It will make it perfect.


See, with the Sony NXT series, when it comes to specs and features, at least the distinction is quite clear: Xperia S > Xperia P > Xperia U.

Now, with HTC's One series, it just leaves me scratching my head. Should I go for the One X with its premium specs? Or do I go for the One S, for the sleeker form and the Super AMOLED screen? And if I like the classic look of the One V, why do I have to bear with the lousy specs?

Someone said this is a smart move by HTC, to make all three of their phones sellable.

I say this is an extremely stupid move. No matter which phone I choose, I will be forced to sacrifice something. All it does is make me dislike all three of the phones.

I'll just wait for Galaxy S III, thanks.


    Everybody are now looking at something higher spec…but dnt talk abt sumthing hvnt even launch yet…maybe Samsung S3 not as gd as u think bro…


How much are these?

Azlan Shah

I'm wondering why HTC still put the HARDWARE button on their phone if it is using ICS 4.0…I though the ICS has a built in touchscreen button (back,menu and search) like the Galaxy Nexus…hmm