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HTC One V Prepaid Android Phone (Virgin Mobile)
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- HTC One V PK76300 Virgin Mobile Black, Prepaid, Clean ESN
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- Size (LWH): 2.35 inches, 0.36 inches, 4.74 inches
- Weight: 4 ounces
- Network Compatibility: CDMA
- Minimum Rated Talk Time: 6 hours
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The One V is part of HTC's popular One series, it is a very capable Android smartphone featuring a 3.7-inch Super LCD display, 5-megapixel camera powered by HTC's ImageChip, 720p HD video recording, and Beats audio for enhanced sound. The One V also features a 1 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, Wi-Fi, multi-format music player, 4GB internal memory, microSD slot for additional storage, and GPS. This device offers access to thousands of apps, games, movies, books, and music on Google's Play Store.
The HTC One V has a 3.7 inch capacitive touch screen and runs on the Android 4.0.3 ICS operating system and features HTC Sense 4.0A. It also features a 5 MP camera with LED flash and videos. HTC One V also comes with Beats Audio for enhanced media player sound.
HTC Sense allows you to capture video and pictures at the same time and holding the shutter button gives you fast continuous shooting. It is integrated with Beats Audio to bring you great sound, and you have access to your libraries, audio apps, and internet radio from one location. Text Reflow adjusts the text on the screen while browsing the internet so you do not have to scroll left and right. HTC Sense gives you the ability to customize your phone to your way of life. It also features Dropbox where you get 25 GB of free online storage. Call and control gestures gives you an easy way to take or ignore calls, conference in friends or colleagues, and find recent numbers quickly.
- EVDO Rev A and WiFi
- Android 4.0.3 ICS
- HTC Sense 4.0A
- 5.0 Camera with LED Flash
- Video Camera
- Beats Audio
- 3.7 inch capacitive display
- Bluetooth 3.0
- External Memory up to 32 GB
- HAC rating T4/M4
- 3.5 mm headset jack
The HTC One V weighs 4.06 ounces and measures 4.73 x 2.35 x 0.36 inches.
What's in the Box
HTC One V, 1500 mAh embedded battery (non-removable), and USB charger
Virgin Mobile Prepaid Pricing
With Virgin Mobile, you can pay only for the calling time you use. You can choose a monthly Beyond Talk plan with unlimited data and messaging and just the right amount of talk minutes for your needs.
Beyond Talk Unlimited Plans
Virgin Mobile customers have access to the Sprint Nationwide Network, reaching more than 278 million people across the United States (see a map of Virgin Mobile's coverage area).
Top Customer Reviews
I'd gotten my wife an Optimus Elite a few weeks before and it is definitely a nice little phone for the price, and was thinking about getting one for myself, but I was leaning towards going the power route and getting the Evo V 4G. Luckily - just in time, as they just came out - I ran across the HTC One V first. After a bit of research and weighing the options, I decided that I was tired of carrying around big, bulky phones, and that I really didn't need the extra power and capability the Evo has, so I picked up a One V. I don't talk much, use texting more, so the $35/month plan fits me perfectly, and at that price and for only $200 up front this is a steal. Now, to the phone itself...
It is a very compact phone, very light, yet does not at all feel cheap. No plastic backing, this one has a real aluminum unibody that both looks and feels great and offers much better protection than cheaper plastic units. It has Gorilla Glass on the screen as well, so right out of the box this phone is more solidly constructed than most of the competition. I dropped it my second day (my hands still being used to gripping a big-screened monstrosity) and it took quite a tumble before it hit the floor, picked it up and brushed it off, not a scratch and kept walking. It has a no frills appearance to it that I find aesthetically pleasing as well. Slides right in and out of the pocket, don't even notice it's there.Read more ›
Android 4.0.3--This is a cool operating system, in that it runs smoothly and looks sleek, but coming from 2.2.1, I have to say that though the transitions and features look cooler, you're not missing much. Moreover, you know how you used to be able to hit a button on your Android 2.x phone and settings/options would come up, no matter what app you were running? This doesn't exist anymore. You can still get to settings on most apps, but it's a lot less intuitive and I don't think app developers have fully caught up yet. Also, the phone doesn't come preloaded with Swype, you have to download it and it eats up a little RAM. That said, if you like your apps (and who doesn't?), you're going to have to come on board the Ice Cream truck because it won't be long before developers stop making them for older systems.
HTC Sense--A few weeks ago, I bought an LG Optimus Slider on Virgin Mobile and couldn't take it anymore after less than a fortnight. Don't waste your time buying an LG. The Motorola Triumph competes in this price range, but I've never used it, and it's still on Android 2.2.
5.0 Camera--You know how your friends with iPhones take pictures that make your phone's pictures look like children's sketches? The gap is smaller now, but not by a lot.
Beats Audio--Ever the cynic, I have to admit that Beats Audio is an actual thing! It's not just slapped on the phone to piggy-back off a successful line. The phone's speaker produces good audio, the volume gets loud (much louder than my LG Optimus Slider) and it actually seems to make the quality of sound coming out of my headphones better. Two thumbs up, Dr. Dre!Read more ›
Both call quality and signal reception seem adequate. The sound quality when playing music is very good (especially with BeatsAudio enabled) although I find the volume to be a bit too high even on the lowest setting especially in a quiet environment. I've informed HTC of this and they will hopefully address it. I also like to ability to control the music player from a locked screen but just wish that the album art would be displayed in a larger size (like in the HTC Wildfire S). I've bugged HTC about this as well so here's to hoping!
Battery life also seems good. After a few hours of music playing and some app/web activity it was still past half full. I'm however skeptical of the "embedded" nature of the battery. And this is the main reason for just the 4 stars rating. This means that once the battery degrades (and they all do) you'll probably have to have HTC replace it or chuck the phone. However, chances are that by then you'll probably want to upgrade anyway.
If you're coming from Android 2.3.x (as most of users are) it will take a bit to get adjusted to Android 4.x. Most things are still where you'd expect them to be but subtle changes are throughout. Most notable the Search and Settings buttons are gone and instead there's a "Recent Apps" button which also acts as Settings button for apps. To search however you'll need to touch a screen widget.
I'm upgrading from a HTC Wildfire S so here are my thoughts relative to that.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
this phone comes up on a link as being 32 gig int. memory this is very misleading when it actually has 4 gig int. memory supporting 32 gig ext.cardPublished 1 day ago by Timothy Clarey
This phone worked phenomenally! Android is an easy platform to use. It's a great basic phone that covers all your needs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Lipstick.Vigilante
The phone was NOT useful to me, due to it crashing every single day. I had to hard reset it on a daily basis. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shauna Price
This is a very bad phone they don't tell you that you have to purchase a different kind of plan call the data plan for this phone the phone is nice size
but they don't tell u... Read more
this device is quite slow, takes up to 5 minutes for certain apps to load, ie. Facebook. and others when they do load, lag and are very sketchy. Read morePublished 7 months ago by andrew hayden