The much awaited launch of T-Mobile’s HTC One S is happening soon in New York. But, the most important that consumers need to know about the handset is that if they like Android, they may have found the one with HTC’s One S. The HTC One S is the flagship model in the One series of the Taiwan-based company. It is also T-Mobile’s first smart phone that runs on the latest Google operating system, the Android 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich.
It is difficult to give specific reviews on the One S handset or any other device with the ICS OS because there are plenty of customization choices that exist. As such, each user may have a different experience. The only important thing that users should note is that the main downside of having a handset with the Android OS is that it takes time learn compared to the OS of Apple devices.
The latest ICS OS lets its users have a cleaner and customized desktop according to their specific preferences. Moreover it is easy to create folders and swipe away notifications that they do not prefer to see. It also allows the users to select from a wide range of widgets and conveniently launch voice controls from a search bar menu.
The HTC One S is especially unique because of its 8 megapixel camera that lets the user capture still photos while taking videos and creating panoramic images. This feature will truly impress its users. The HTC One S also consists of a dual core processor, a 1.5 GHZ chip and 4G capabilities. It is handier compared to the Samsung Galaxy handsets because it is the slimmest phone of HTC ever. Its 4.3 inch screen shows gorgeous photos and smooth graphics.
T-Mobile will offer the HTC One S soon for an affordable price of $199.99. The price comes with a two-year contract and requires a $50 mail in rebate. Its price is similar to the Galaxy Blaze 4G of Samsung.