HTC have unveiled a new 4G smartphone called the HTC One SV that will be available to buy from EE in the next couple of weeks.
The HTC One SV is a mid-range Android smartphone that should find itself a market thats to the inclusion of support for 4G. It'll offer users a way to benefit from 4G without having to spend big bucks on the likes of the iPhone 5 or Galaxy SIII LTE.
The specification of the HTC One SV includes a 4,3 inch LCD2 display (800*480 pixels), while it's powered by a dual-core 1.2 GHz processor. The smartphone has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of on-board memory, which can be expanded by up to 32GB using a microSD card.
Multimedia has always been one of the strongest points on HTC smartphones and the HTC One SV doesn't disappoint. The smartphone supports Beats Audio technology which ensures it offers studio-quality sound with pumping bass.
Furthermore, the HTC One SV has a front-facing 5 mega-pixel camera which supports one-press Continuous Shooting , VideoPic and advanced low-light performance. While , it also has a front-facing 1.3 mega-pixel camera for video calling.
Strangely, HTC have decided to include Android Ice Cream Sandwich on the smartphone rather than Jelly Bean. However, it's support for super-fast 4G and confirmation that it'll be available from EE make up for the lack of the latest Android version.
The HTC One SV will be available in a choice of Pyrenees blue or Glacier White. At the current time we don't have any details on the exact launch date or price of the smartphone, but as soon as 3G hear more you'll be the first to know.
By Simon Thomas on 11th December, 2012