HTC One V hands-on

Posted:  March 31, 2012   By:    5 comments   

At the HTC One series regional launch, we managed to get a closer look of the HTC One V. The One V is the lowest entry model in the One series line up which comes with a familiar iconic design of the HTC Legend/Hero.

Looking beyond the modest 1GHz single core specification, you’ll find what is probably the best Android smart phone for under RM1000. It runs on the latest Android 4.0.3 with the HTC Sense 4.0. In the One V, HTC has combined top notch build quality, iconic design, premium aluminium unibody with a very capable camera that can shoot 2FPS for up to 99 photos in a single burst. The intuitive UI makes the device that’s not only unique in the entry level segment but also one that has the makings of an overall class leader.

If you’re interested, you can check out the HTC One V yourself at HTC’s roadshow at Pavilion this coming Monday 2nd April. U Mobile and DiGi have revealed their bundled plans and we are expecting the other telcos to offer it on contract soon.

Watch our first impression in our hands-on video above to find out more. In case you’re wondering, the video above was shot entirely on the HTC One X. Head after the break for size comparison with the HTC Legend.

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5 Comments for HTC One V hands-on

harun kewl

without a GPU? and 1GHz? not the best android device perhaps.. galaxy W is much better eventhough this has ICS. ICS itself doesnt meant that the phone is good.


    GPU is Adreno 205


Video quality of one x is aweful!


Hi SoyaCincau,

May I know how long can the battery last for the HTC One V if you use it for watching a video continuously?



my HTC One V had been substitute with new one (3 times) because the motherboard always break off.