The Mobile World Congress saw HTC showing off their new One Series this week. This got more than a few people elated in the anticipation of the upcoming handsets from the long-time Android OEM.
This time around HTC is focusing on a premium experience with both the software and the manufacturing. And from what we have seen, a lot of work has been put in. So far the HTC One X is leading the stands, followed by the HTC One S, and the HTC One V is affordable, but still a very good phone.
However, this time the company decided to go for a good side-by-side look through all the specifications for the HTC One Series.
The HTC One line up has a wide selection which is not just focusing on the hardware specifications that have no real context, but it is now putting all emphasis on the overall experience.
The HTC One X is a 9mm thin device with a 1.5GHz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, 1800mAH battery, 32GB inbuilt storage, 8MP camera and a 1GB RAM,
The HTC One S has a 7.6mm AMOLED screen, 8MP camera, 1.5GHz dual core and it has a sports unibody metal design. This metal used to make the One S is normally used for racing cars and satellites.
The HTC One V has a 3.7’ screen, with a 5MP camera and a 1GHz single core processor.