The company HTC has introduced its new ‘smartphone’ One Family, One VS HTC with a 4.3 inch screen, dual core processor and HTC Sense integrates technology from Taiwan and IceCream Sandwich version of Android. The new ‘smartphone’ HTC is available from this December .
After the release of the first two terminals with Windows Phone 8 , HTC has decided to extend one of its most successful ranges of smartphones, the One range, which is part of the One HTC One X and X +. This time HTC introduced the new HTC One SV , a device as says the company “continues the hectic pace of daily tasks.”
The HTC One SV has a Super LCD touch screen 4.3 inch 2 .Its polycarbonate body is durable and soft to the touch, and is known for its subtle design that is slightly curved back to get a high quality finish and adapted to your hand, says the Taiwanese.
As for the interior integrates a dual-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 1.2 GHz peak performance allowing to view high quality video in ‘streaming’, play and even facilitates multitasking. It has a 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal memory , expandable via microSD card up to 32 GB, and 4G LTE and NFC connection .
It also has two cameras. The rear camera is 5 megapixel that can record HD video at 1080p, while the 1.6-megapixel front camera does 720p.
As for software, the new One SV incorporates technology from Taiwan’s HTC Sense and incorporates IceCream Sandwich version of Android . It also has the Dropbox and SkyDrive applications , so users will have the space they need to store anything you want: documents, movies, pictures, etc..
And thanks to NFC and Android Beam sharing system, users can share files and send them to other devices with NFC and easily with a simple touch. Users can also manage and synchronize your music files more easily with HTC Sync Manager, an application that allows access to your entire music library available on your phone anytime, anywhere.
Like the rest of the range Terminal One also features Beats Audio system to provide a more realistic sound, whether you’re listening to music, playing or viewing a video.