The HTC 608t just completed the round in China’s TENAA, bringing the stark red back of the HTC One and the stereo speakers and button layout of the HTC One. With a decent set of specs, this could be a great mid range device.
French Android publication Hot To Come is reporting that Jelly Bean has begun rolling out to HTC One SV devices. There has been no official confirmation just yet though. Have you gotten an update to Jelly Bean on the One SV?
For a limited time only, mobile retailer Expansys UK is selling the 4G LTE-enabled HTC One SV for £260 — tax included.
Looking for an affordable LTE phone? You can grab the HTC One SV and ZTE Force off-contract on Boost Mobile soon for $300 and $200, respectively.
The mystery HTC device bears the PL80110 codename, which closely resemble the codename of the HTC One SV on Cricket, PL80120.
We told you earlier in the month that the HTC One SV will head to Cricket in mid-January. Right on schedule, the mid-ranger is now available in its stores and online.
HTC and Cricket Wireless have announced the HTC One SV to meet your demands. The smartphone has some exciting features and will be available in stores from January 16 for $349.99.
Unveiled back in November and already released in a couple of countries across the world, the HTC One SV is now up for grabs in the UK as well. For the moment, there’s only one British retailer selling the mid-ranger, Clove, but we are expecting others to follow suit soon.
The HTC One SV has already received FCC approval. It has been vetted for use with GSM bands 850 and 1900 as well as WCDMA bands II and V. Strangely, the documents don’t mention anything about it being approved for use with LTE.
HTC has just announced a device for the UK market called the One SV. If you go back to February of this year, when HTC announced announced the One S, they pitched that device as a highly competent 4.3 inch Android smartphone. And it was, but it didn’t have 4G LTE. The One SV fixes that, but at a cost.