The latest HTC Android smartphone, the HTC One SV, has landed in the UK SIM-free for a bargain price of £329.98 over at Unlocked-Mobiles.co.uk. The handset is a slight step up from its One S predecessor and what it brings is 4G technology to the contract-less masses.
Currently only Everything Everywhere’s (the company who owns Orange and T-Mobile) EE network has 4G capabilities in the UK but in the coming months the rest of the pack (Vodafone, O2 and Three) will be bidding on the remaining 4G spectrum to bring super-fast connectivity to the UK.
You can pick up the One SV for a bargain price of £329.98 from Unlocked-Mobiles.co.uk and the handset will bring 4G connectivity to people who don’t want to be tied down by contracts.
The HTC One SV comes with a a 4.3-inch LCD-2 display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor 8GB of internal storage and all running off the Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system. Camera-wise you will also get a 5MP rear camera and a 1.6MP front camera for video calls.
With the Android Ice Cream Sandwich OSthe HTC ONE SV also sports the latest Sense 4+ user interface with Beats Audio integration to pump up the volume. There’s also NFC, GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity all included, as well as the star of the show; 4G LTE.
The HTC One SV is looking like a decent mid-range smartphone and could be a view to what affordable smartphones will look like in 2013.