HTC One Series is getting its latest family member all the way to prepaid carriers once again with One SV, which is a 4.2-inch Android phone that’s will be available to Cricket with CDMA and LTE support(provided you are in the area that’s support this kind of connectivity). If you want to go by its outside appearance, HTC calling it a ‘Flame’- The One SV also inherit some of its feature from the Windows Phone 8X, but the Android 4.0 phone share more its design heritage from the One S and AT&T budget phone the One VX. Its mean that HTC has again opted for plastic for the One SV but still remain a solid-feeling device that is very obvious although not greatly, it’s still thicker and heavier that the One S.
Of course, the HTC One SV come with HTC’s Sense 4 Skin and we can still say that it doesn’t add to Google’s stock experience. The performance of the phone is decent enough with dual-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon S4 processor seem to be up for the job. The display is a 4.2-inch 800 x 480 Super LCD, and while it’s great to see HTC’s decide to abandon the Pentile AMOLED panel on the One S, the output from this display still nowhere near the stunning One X. Rounding off the specs are 8GB of internal storage, 1GB of RAM and a 5-megapixel camera. HTC said that user on the Cricket will be able to purchase the HTC One SV from January 16th onward for $349.99.
HTC is planning to be back among the best in 2013 as they are due to unveiled the latest flagship phone which is the HTC M7, At the moment, this smartphone is being dubbed code name HTC M7 and expect it to change as soon as HTC made any official announcement about it. It will feature big size 486ppi image (similar like the Droid DNA) output because higher display number would deliver high quality image and video. Latest rumors on the internet about this unreleased HTC device suggest that it will run on a 1.7GHZ Quad Core Qualcomm Processor plus 2GB of RAM.