The T-Mobile HTC One S is the first HTC One series to launch in the U.S. and it is a fantastic device that should appeal to many people. The device sports Android Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC Sense 4.0.
Please check out my ZDNet Smartphones & Cell Phone blog post that includes a short video walk through of some compelling features of the HTC One S.
The back of the retail box list the key features and specifications of the HTC One S.
You only get the basics inside the box, a cable and a charger.
The HTC One S has a Super AMOLED display that looks great and is quite vibrant.
The HTC One S is fairly narrow, especially compared to some other new smartphones, and fits well in your hand.
The back of the HTC One S is very attractive with the Gradient Blue color scheme. The metal back color looks great in person and this photo doesn't do it justic. You will also see a cool blue color ring around the camera lens and Beats Audio branding towards the bottom.
There is a small LED flash adjacent to the camera. The upper portion of the back is removable and reveals the microSIM card slot. There is no removable storage or battery though.
The 3.5mm headset jack and power button are found on the top.
There is a microUSB port on the left side that is used for charging and connectivity to a computer.
There is a VGA front facing camera above the display with T-Mobile branding and the headset speaker.
This icon shows that WiFi Calling is supported on the HTC One S. This is a handy feature if you have a weak cell signal.
My grandma celebrated her 89th birthday so I capture a moment at the dinner with the HTC One S. As you can see she is a huge Mariners baseball fan.
I also capture an outside shot of my youngest daughter who created some chalk art for her oldest sister.
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