Summary: Had it for four weeks and discovering issues like contacts being duplicated on sync and not able to back up data from outside the HTC Sync Manager program, not enabling me to store back ups in date order. But regardless of these small but significant issues I am still happy with the performance. A loyal blackberry user for years, HTC rules!... work in progress.
Summary: I like this phone as compared to my previous phones, its good in performance, nice looking. I m satisfied almost with all its features except the memory. its serious issue for me, although u can add memory chip, but its fruitless for me as apps can be moved within its two partition 8 GB memory half of which is already used in system.
Summary: Good Camera. the battery is excellent if you don't frequently use the internet, but even with your 3G or 4G on, it's still a good battery. The Screen is brilliant; turn on your automatic brightness and you don't have to ever worry. It lights up when there's sunlight, and dims when it's dark. The storage is sufficient, there have been moments when I have to delete some apps to make room for others, but then again, I download a plethora of apps.
Summary: This phone is amazing compared to my old LG E400! I play alot of call of duty zombies on my HTC and it almost zero lag if you are looking for a mid priced phone to play games or watch YouTube ect. this is the phone for you!
Summary: As an established Blackberry user, HTC SV will tick all the boxes and much more, emails on the move, sync contacts, diary entry to your PC without using a cloud based go between like windows 8, share diary entry with Colleagues along with sharing play list from the PC.
Summary: Overall a very nice phone with a premium feel despite being a mid ranger. I wouldn't recommend this to camera enthusiasts but it packs sufficient features for normal day to day usage if you aren't an intense gamer.