Horrible. Still waiting for my refund on this thing.
6 December 2013
Summary: There is only one thing I have to say about this phone: Do not try to budget yourself and get this used because the battery is built inside, such as an iphone, BUT unlike an iphone, it's almost impossible to find a place that would replace the battery.
Summary: This was my first smartphone and it was totally worth the price. After my first three months, the htc one v started freezing, but i ignored it because i thought it was a normal thing for smartphones. Then the next months, the apps took three times as longer to open and would open crash unexpectedly. This phone will be one year in September and i feel like i have had it for 7 years.
Summary: This phone worked great for 2 and a half months then decided to start hating me. It was extremely slow and I have hardly any apps or media on it. The worst part was you cant even take out the battery when it freezes. Ive only had the phone 6 months and I'm already looking to get a new one.
Summary: my HTC ONE V is jittery on gaming and is very laggy alot, i set an anti virus protection system, its not rooted either, i recommend this phone for calls and camera use, other than that, messaging in laggy and the whole operating system is, subway surfers doesnt respond after a swipe and i die.
Summary: Well Ive been using this phone for about 1 month. It was great at first it really was. But then after the first month . The phone started lagging to much. it doesn't open my txt messages. it crashes the applications way to much. Its just a terrible phone . Its not worth the money. better to go with a dual core possessor . It just not worth the money.
A great looking phone, but it's been a big let down...
15 May 2013
Summary: I was really excited on the day I brought it home, but within just a few hours I was beginning to get disappointed. The messaging app is very slow most of the time. It's not just the messaging app that's frustratingly slow, it's actually most of the functions of the phone. It's processor just doesn't seem the best fit for Android 4.0...