HTC One S hands-on video details T-Mobile’s first Android 4.0 phone
YouTube user DeathJunior14 has managed to get his hands on a developer version of the T-Mobile HTC One S which is rumored to launch on April 22. As expected the HTC One S runs on Android 4.0.3 with HTC Sense 4.0, Beats Audio and all the other features found in the International version of the HTC One S which will launch early next week.
DeathJunior14’s video shows off the phone’s boot up sequence and we get a quick look at the phone’s external hardware, but the most interesting part is when he runs the HTC One S through a few benchmarks and speed tests to give us a look at what the phone is capable of on T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ network. The HTC One S is one of the few phones with support for T-Mobile’s 42 Mbps HSPA+ speeds, but the results show the phone falls dramatically short when trying to achieving that number.
HTC One S benchmarks and speed test
- Linpack: 38, 79, 62
- Quadrant: 4005
- Speedtest.net: 14.3 Mbps down/2.3 Mbps up, 12.9 Mbps down/2.8 Mbps up