Dude, 29 Apr 2012Qualcomm announces Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 Pro SoC just after HTC one S released...
Oh god WH... moreThe Pro chipset was already in their line up for a while now (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snapdragon_(system_on_chip))
And also, the HTC One S isn't their flagship phone so it's impractical to put that SoC into it.
Just got mine today, this phone is freaky awesome !! :) I just love the 7,9mm tiny body and qHD works ok for me. I just registered my account on dropbox, got additional 23gb + 11gb on phone is just enough for me, i am not that freak anyway :) For now, i am so happy with this phone, also sense 4.0 and ice cream sandwich, perfect combination, much better than on my old desire S :)
Qualcomm announces Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 Pro SoC just after HTC one S released...
Oh god WHY….why do they announce it NOW sadface…I was SOLD on the HTC One S! But knowing that it’s just a dumbed down version of the actual S4 really saddens me…. :(
adreno 225 80% dumb down version of adreno 320! atleast! says the guy at qualcom worker!
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2012Full-hd recording and playback and only 16Gb of storage breaks this phone completely...+100
shuvro, 13 Apr 2012tell me about (htc one S) battery life ........ & who is the best for Sound system ?... morehtc 1s under absolute constant use, wifi on, fb, playing games, checking email,,downloading apps. battery lasts about 12 hours, under normal use will last a day and a half.
I am personally ok with the storage space, as I don't do much with movies or music. The only flaw I found is, when holding in portrait, if you hold on the right side and your finger touches the top right corner,( by on / off switch) you lose alot of wifi and cellular signal. Once you lower your fingers,signal returns in about ten seconds. Other than this, exfellent phone!!
Full-hd recording and playback and only 16Gb of storage breaks this phone completely...
The data of the app will be saved in the 10GB internal storage but not the 2GB device memory right??
TwiblacK, 13 Apr 2012which is better in terms of sound the HTC One S or the One X or the sensation XE ? sorry but i... moreWell to be honest i havnt experienced the sound on ONE s but i have both the XE and the ONE x. The sensation Xe has the worst loud speaker so i guess according to the reviews the ONE s wins it but i dont find the one x bad either you can always go to a store and check it yourself even if you dont know how to test you can choose what you think is the best cause thats all that matters
Anonymous, 12 Apr 2012you kidding me? My wife has 4s, and it sounds horrible.i also have an iphone 4s 32gb and it has the best sound quality i ever heard!!! even better than the sensation xl xe and all walkman phones! maybe your wife's iphone has a kind of issue...
Cowz, 14 Apr 2012Yes 2gb is for your apps. 10gb for storage (photos, music etc). The other memory (4gb) is ta... moreBut the data of the app is saved under the 10GB right?? Only the app itself (few MB) will be saved under the 2GB device memory right??
WL, 13 Apr 2012Someone please answer me, is it the 2GB is only for the app itself? While the data of the app ... moreYes 2gb is for your apps. 10gb for storage (photos, music etc).
The other memory (4gb) is taken up by there apps and config.
tell me about (htc one S) battery life ........ & who is the best for Sound system ? 4s or HTC One S ? plz give me your chose .......
SCULA, 12 Apr 20121- microsim is not a problem. your gsm provider will change yours for free with a microsim plu... more1- Okay, I wasn't sure whether my operator would exchange my standard size sim for a micro one. Why should I (or any user for that matter) prepare for a nanosim? Because Apple is going to make devices with it? Other manufacturers are just supposed to follow suit?! Both microsims and nanosims were Apple's creation- not that of the GSM governing body, IIRC.
2- You're jumping the gun here. I never said anything about replacing batteries. A removable battery is not just for replacement alone. If the battery is non removable and if your phone freezes up, what would you do? Wait for the battery to get drained? If you are into custom roms and stuff, it's likely that at some point your device would do just that.
And FYI, I do not sell my mobiles just after a year's use. I used to do that, but not anymore. I'd buy something that really appeals to me and use for a couple of years or more.
3- About the expansion slot, that's a real issue. Maybe you don't want it, but you aren't the only one purchasing this phone. Other folks do use it and require it. Does it hurt anyone if a memory expansion slot was present on the One S? Sure, for 80% of the folks, the onboard 16 gigs would be enough, but what about the other 20%? Dropbox? That option's out where I live- mobile data's too slow to take advantage of that.
Maniacs like me do require the additional space. A single flac song is around 30-40mb. Just my top 10 albums are around 8-9 gigs already.
Start piling up 1080p videos, stills and movies into that thing and let's see if 16 gigs suffice or not.
You sounded like Bill Gates when he said back in the 90's that the maximum space any user would require would be 45 mb.