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HTC One SV with LTE announced for Australia and Singapore, but could be headed to Europe

HTC has been busy over the last few months. They've announced the plethora of new phones, including the HTC One X+, the HTC Desire SV, the HTC One SV, and the HTC 8X series. The HTC One SV has been announced for Singapore and Australia, but there are rumors floating around that it may end up in Europe as well.
November 7, 2012
HTC has been busy over the last few months. They announced the HTC 8X, which is a flagship Windows Phone 8 device. They’ve also announced the One X+, the Desire SV, and the HTC One SV. The One SV was among the most recently announced by HTC along with the Desire SV.

The One SV is a nifty little device. It’s 4.3 inch screen is reminiscent of the HTC EVO 4G days, although it does have a better resolution. It packs a 1.2GHz Snapdragon S4 Plus processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, and Beats Audio. It’s a wonderful alternative to those who believe that modern smartphones have gotten a little too big for their tastes.

Unfortunately, the One SV isn’t going to be released everywhere. According to CNet Asia, the phone will be available in Singapore and Australia. It’ll come in two colors, Stealth Black and Glacier White, and go for about S$688 with no carrier discounts.

So the One SV isn’t going anywhere else?

The announcement does only say that the One SV will be going to Singapore and Australia. However, rumors are already popping up that the device is headed for Europe as well. An example is XDA member Football, who tweeted that such an event was inevitable.

If it comes to Europe, is anyone getting it? Let us know your thoughts.