HTC One V launching on three regional U.S. carriers
HTC nailed the Mobile World Congress event by announcing a trio of new Android devices. One of them was HTC One V, which was introduced as a “Value” device. The device actually reminds us of the HTC Legend, which was launched as a successor to the HTC Hero. AT&T will be launching the One X/XL, the HTC One S is headed to T-Mobile, and we’ve just learned that the HTC One V will be hitting at least three regional U.S. carriers.
PhoneScoop is reporting that an HTC spokesperson confirmed the HTC One V will be hitting MetroPCS, U.S. Cellular and Virgin Mobile. Unfortunately, the spokesperson was mute on a release date, but we will probably see it within a few months. It has a 1GHz processor, and runs Android 4.0 along with HTC Sense 4, which includes HTC’s new ImageSense software that they demo’d at MWC. More on this as it develops.
So, is anyone on one of the three mentioned carriers looking forward to picking up an HTC One V? What’s your favorite feature of the device? Sound off in the comments!
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