HTC One V Review: leading with its chin?
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This is a series that has that Rambo punch, and you can carry it around with your Luis Vuitton as well. Well, does that mean they really go expensive? Well, yes and no. All we can say is that the design part comes for free. You have a brand new fresh series with two killer beasts – but the One V stands tall in its category as well – and we mean really tall!
Let us consider the pros and cons first –
- Amazing looks, especially the chin look is killer
- Sturdy popular unibody
- Best in its class crisp screen
- Android 4.0
- 25GB Dropbox space free
- Only 1GB out of 4GB flash memory is available
- No front camera
- Battery is non-user replaceable
Our take is – even if you have INR 20000, or even a couple of thousand more, go for the One V. It has its competition in the Galaxy S but that is an old phone now. Nokia has the Lumia 900 coming up. Sony also has a couple of very good dual-core phones coming up, and that’s the main threat. But the One V will hold its fort really well till the end, and we believe him. After all, leading with one’s chin needs character.