TO ALL THOSE WHO ARE FREAKING OUT BECAUSE OF NO SD CARD SLOT
The HTC One S has an in-built storage of 16GB + 26GB cloud storage So, total storage = 42 GB which is more than enough for a mid range phone.
Imagine if you have 2,000 8MP photos, 2,000mp3 songs and regular gaming and other apps in your phone, it will take around 20GB(approx.) of storage. still plenty of storage available in your phone. Also it will take a little more time to save or load pictures or apps from an sd card than from the internal memory especially while taking pictures. So, there isnt any need of a 32GB microSD card if you got a 42GB of storage capacity in your phone.
why no radio???? it is a great tool, internet radio is not the solution... i guess i wont be buyin one s despite of sweet 28nm snapdragon s4...:/
Girihs, 02 Mar 2012Htc one s has radio...and i'm disappointed bcz of its micro sim feature and non-removable batteryNope, officially HTC One S has no radio... http://www.htc.com/europe/smartphones/htc-one-s/#specs
is it going to be available in India?
as it is not been seen on website of htc india
Great phone....but let see the price first.
I think that 16GB internal memory should be enough for it....and should be faster than Micro SD.
Can anyone pls tell that is thr beats head phone ?again, wht is the edge download speed of htc one s?when it will release & wht is its price?
turkeyhtc, 29 Feb 2012Total storage: 16 GB Available User storage: up to 9.93GB :|Hw would you know?
AnonD-44768, 02 Mar 2012Seriously, only 9.93GB available storage and VGA front camera instead of 1.3MP (720P) and prob... moreabsolutely.
writing a htc pre-order page. But wiped.
look google cache images:
turkeyhtc, 29 Feb 2012Total storage: 16 GB
Available User storage: up to 9.93GB :|Seriously, only 9.93GB available storage and VGA front camera instead of 1.3MP (720P) and probably no beats in-ear headphones but standard HTC headsets ?
You're disappointing me a bit here, HTC.
I really hope that the device performs well and has a great battery life. Otherwise, too expensive!
I own a Samsung Galaxy S II and have had it for almost 6 months now. However, ever since the MWC, I somewhere find myself wanting this beauty.
I always liked HTC and their metallic designs attracted me the most, but the lack of a Super AMOLED display had been holding me off.
Well, I think the HTC One S was all I could have asked for. ;)
Htc one s has radio...and i'm disappointed bcz of its micro sim feature and non-removable battery
Anonymous, 01 Mar 2012Why get this when you can get the Nexus that is almost the same but has a better screen with h... morethe nexus screen is a bit better forsure, but what makes this better is it has a 1.5 dual core krait cpu. this cpu is literally about 2x the speed of the cpu in the galaxy nexus. the krait cpu is a new arm architecture its very fast
all of the htc one phones have memory cards slots so relax the phones just came out not all the specs will be accurate at first
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 2100
No 1700 Frequency is it for T-Mobile USA or UK if USA then must be for EDGE.
disappointing Micro sim. Wonder why? i can't even change sim for an emergency or when i run out of battery. Worst part - when come one travel they need to search and get only micro sim.
Why get this when you can get the Nexus that is almost the same but has a better screen with higher resolution?
And its probably going to be cheaper to because it has been on the market for a longer time
can anyone confirm that it'll use 1700 mhz? cus its not listed on here as that is the network the 3g/4g works on in tmobile... is tmobile rolling out 1900?