HTC One SV shows up at FCC, coming to USA?

HTC One SV shows up at FCC, coming to USA?

HTC recently launched the HTC One SV in United Kingdom, an Android powered device with specs good enough to impress an iPhone user, but not a Nexus 4 one. Though after just few days, the device made it to FCC giving us a little evidence that the device might hit States as well. The device got approval for the use of WCDMA bands II and V, GSM bands 850 and 1900, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC.

With such specs, I am sure this device wouldn’t be a bad choice, after all it will be a budget Android phone. So if it hits the States via mobile carrier or may be available unlocked, would you prefer picking it up?

Source: Wireless Goodness

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5 Comments

  1. Luke Mansell
    December 15, 00:24 Reply

    That looks like a really nice phone, would be good to see HTC make a come-back in the USA mobile market.

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