thekitkatshuffler, 01 Apr 2012As someone who has had to make do with the HTC Desire's paltry internal memory for the last 2 ... morelol i laugh at u cuz u condemn people who are accustom to having the extra room bcuz ur needs are "more simple" than others as i can see ur life can fit into a black berry pleas dont limit diversification cuz u do not understand the absolute necessity of having it
LOLOL, 03 Apr 2012HTC with super amoled , now thats something , samsunbg offers boring UI and shitty softwareSLCD2 is better... well, if you prefer more natural colors that is.
You have THAT much music on your SD card? Wow! I have like gazillion songs in 328kbps and it's ONLY 3GB... so that's ..khm.. impressive :D
pluggy76, 02 Apr 2012anyone know how long the battery lasts???????same as galaxy s2
i want One S to be my next smartphone. i hope by june (my birth month)the price will go down so i can buy if for my birthday :)
HTC with super amoled , now thats something , samsunbg offers boring UI and shitty software
In first step i need that you compare the Camera of HTC ONE S with NOKIA 808, for that we understand which mobile has a good camera and can take nature and actual pictures with more truth????
Please in first chance you do this!
But i think HTC ONE S take more natural and actual pictures then NOKIA 808!
But i need you Help!
I refuse to support taking out sd card slots. Just another way for the greedy company's to control how you use you're phone. I've got 10 gb of music alone on my sd card now. So what, I'm supposed to stream all my music now? And then what happens when I am in a bad service area in the wilderness? Sorry, I don't think so.
Toto Rina, 02 Apr 2012 Whatever its specifications, I find this device too big: 13cm.Go for SGS2. It's only 125 mm long and it's the shortest among 4.3" screen display.
Does it have NFC?
Here it says it does..
Swift, 31 Mar 2012HTC has no plans of launching One S in India :( This was told by HTC India support....ohhh....why??
consumer, 01 Apr 2012i wonder how much user available memory it has? if it's 16gb all together it's probably 14 or ... moreAs someone who has had to make do with the HTC Desire's paltry internal memory for the last 2 years, it doesn't matter if the One S has 16GB, 14GB or 12GB - it will still be more than enough for my needs.
Anonymous, 01 Apr 2012Big question is how the 4G antennas will affect the battery. well the carrier im on only has 3g as of now so it wont be a problem to me as much...
guess we'll have to wait for a few reviews. The long wait for this phone is killing me!
Swift, 31 Mar 2012HTC has no plans of launching One S in India :( This was told by HTC India support....Yea..its nOt scheduled to be released in India now...but apparently in May,June they planning to!
i wonder how much user available memory it has? if it's 16gb all together it's probably 14 or 12gb user available which is nonsense for this price range. i don't care about the cloud.