February 26, 2012 | by Natesh Sood
At today’s Mobile World Congress, HTC took the stage and quickly announced its new lineup of One Android smartphones. The three devices include the HTC One X, One S, and One V. The One X is the higher-end device, with the One S close behind, and the One V is designed for budget-conscious customers. The One S will be the focus of this post, but for more information on the other devices, feel free to read Adrian’s article.
T-Mobile and HTC came to an agreement in which the carrier would begin to sell the HTC One S this Spring. Unfortunately, exact availability or pricing details have not yet been made available. However, we do know the inner workings of the One S and it will likely appeal to many customers in the United States looking for a solid smartphone.
To begin, it boasts a 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED display, Android 4.0, Sense 4, Snapdragon S4 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4G HSPA+ 42Mbps speeds, 8MP rear facing camera with a 0.7 second shot, a front facing camera, and Beats Audio integration. T-Mobile touts the One S as its thinnest 4G device measuring in at 7.95mm thin. As you can tell by the image above, it features a cohesive aluminum body design providing for a nice aesthetic appeal.
As of now, there is a sign-up page for more details over on T-Mobile. I imagine we will hear of more information in terms of price and availability in the coming weeks as we approach the One S’ spring launch.