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HTC Source | February 20, 2018

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HTC One V coming to U.S. carriers later this Summer

HTC One V coming to U.S. carriers later this Summer

HTC announced in a press release today, that it will be bringing it’s HTC One V series to U.S. carriers later this Summer.  They will have the global device on display at CTIA 2012 which is taking place in New Orleans this week.

Additionally, the global variant of the highly anticipatedHTC One V will be displayed for the first time in the U.S. during CTIA 2012 (HTC Booth #3519). The HTC One V will be available through a variety of U.S. partners later this summer.  The HTC One V is part of the HTC One series, which represents the most premium mobile experience with a new level of iconic design, amazing camera and authentic sound experience. The device utilizes the classic, award-winning design of the HTC Legend, bringing top-end design to a smartphone with broad appeal.

The One V is the more budget-friendly model of the HTC One series and contains:

  • Qualcomm S3 dual-core 1.0 GHz processor
  • 512MB RAM
  • 5MP rear camera with f/2.0 lense
  • Beats audio
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4.0
  • 1,500 mAh battery

While there were no specific U.S. carriers announced, we surmise it will arrive at regional carriers such as Virgin Mobile and Metro PCS when released this Summer and hopefully no more than $199 on contract.

Let us know your thoughts.  Will you purchase this device if it becomes available on your carrier?

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  1. mike v

    I will buy the htc one v the first day it is avalable. The $200 pricetag is keeping me from ordering the evo v currently avalable. Virgin mobile keeps the market on its toes! I switched from a contract phone carrier to vm when they offered the optimus v for $199 a year and a half ago. The service is great and my bill is less than half of contract carriers