HTC One SV review | Rating & Conclusion
HTC One SV conclusion
W ith the One SV, HTC has introduced a smartphone in a segment where the competition is fierce. At this moment, the HTC One SV is sold at about € 300. The Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system is not the newest version and the One SV’s screen is a bit outdated in terms of resolution. Another point of contention is the 5-megapixel camera, as there are phones in this price class that are equipped with a better camera. On the other hand, the HTC One SV’s design is very successful and the user experience is also very good, partially thanks to the fast 1.2 GHz Dual-core processor. Even the One SV’s battery is fine, something which other smartphones cannot compete with. The HTC Sense interface, also not the most recent version, works fine, except for the limited drop-down menu there is nothing to critique. Overall, a fine Android smartphone with a great user experience that makes it worth it, unless you are looking for a true camera phone, then Sony (Xperia T) probably has better smartphones in their portfolio.
Personally, thanks to the One SV, I have become a bit more of a fan of HTC. Soon we will also write an extensive review about the top model, the HTC One.