HTC once again introduced, new set of android phones, the HTC One S, HTC Desire V and HTC Desire C. Though I never expected for another release this year from their HTC One V and HTC One X release, nevertheless they are trying to get into the smartphone wars with these new releases.
One of these is the HTC’s first dual sim phone, the HTC Desire V, With a brilliant 4- inch screen and the latest HTC Sense 4.0 integrated with Android 4.0, HTC Desire V (3G and GSM) is HTC’s most affordable 4-inch smartphone
The Desire V makes it easy for users to save all contact numbers—from business contacts to family and friends, they can access all of them in one gadget. This dual-SIM smartphone lets users switch easily between personal and work mobile phone numbers and accounts, allowing for greater freedom and cost management. It also enables users to easily switch between networks for better coverage, ensuring that you stay connected no matter where you are.
HTC Desire V comes with a suggested retail price of Php 16, 990
- HTC One S
Next is one of their high end release. the HTC One S which features a sleek and slim design with a super-fast dual-core processor, Wrapped under a high-resolution 4.3-inch screen, the phone also integrates its popular Beats AudioTM for authentic, studio-quality sound and a 25GB free Dropbox space to ensure that precious photos, music and files are never lost
The HTC One S comes with a suggested retail price of Php 26, 990.
Next is the HTC Desire C, Available in red, white and black, and coming with HTC Sense 4.0 integrated with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), the HTC Desire C is great as a first smartphone or for those upgrading from an existing one. And it is one of the cheapest Android ICS ready phones out therewhile HTC Desire C has a suggested retail price of Php 10,990.
HTC Desire V , HTC One S and HTC Desire C are now available in HTC concept stores and authorized retailers