Summary: Got this for a birthday gift for my husband, he love it! very well quality and brilliant interface. But it took quite a while to received it, it tooks 3 weeks more.........So, I missed my husband's Bday!!!
Summary: I bought mine late last year and have been very satisfied. Unlike my HTC Amaze 4G, which I still think is a great phone, I like the sleek, thin and light design of the HTC One S. However, I recommend a glossy TPU case for better grip. The screen is bright that it's comfortable to use it even in direct sunlight. However, if you're new to amoled displays, you will notice the strange patterns when you look at textual content up close.
Summary: The HTC One S is a strong phone, one of the strongest now, and even more when I purchased it. Its disadvantages are: ... No MicroSD card, which I don't really need as I massively use cloud services. ... Built-in battery, which is the only thing I would have changed in it. As any other smartphone, battery life is not that long... - A great screen, both light and colors are impressive.
Summary: The phone had some great feature and was exciting for the first couple of days. However, I realized that my internet was slow, so I called customer service and was told since it wasn't a T-Mobile phone it didn't pick the 4G and I was only able to run 2G or edge and those are extremely basic and slow. It was like trying to use the Internet on a Nokia. Interne being one of the most important features it pretty much out shine everything else about the phone.
Summary: Pros -excellent specs, S4 Tegra and excellent clock speed, 1 GB RAM equals a very fast, smooth experience -I get excellent service and speeds where I live (major city though) -durable; I've dropped it multiple times, it has a few scratches, but screen is completely fine -excellent camera, 8MP (modded mines to give 40 MB max size jpeg photos) -development community: rooting is easy, there are many custom ROMS out for this that improve battery life and performance...
Summary: Pros: - Light, but strong - Slick and elegant - Battery ok (with some tweaking it lasts me a fair day with about 3-4 hours screen on time, with stock software it still does 15 hours runtime) - Good Audio - PERFECT CAM!!! - Very good screen - Fast! Well, then there is this: Nice device, but be aware that numerous users are experiencing a SERIOUS ISSUE whenever carrier signal is weak: The phone will then switch homescreen/multiple screen view on its own in very quick...
Would be a nice phone if not plagued by a VERY SERIOUS BUG
23 September 2012
Summary: Nice device, but be aware that numerous users are experiencing a SERIOUS ISSUE whenever carrier signal is weak: The phone will then switch homescreen/multiple screen view on its own in very quick succession, and disable all the capacitive buttons. It will keep doing this until you find a spot where the signal is better (if you're lucky). In the meantime, you will not be able to do anything at all: call, pick-up, use apps, whatever.
Summary: I love the design of the phone and the performances are great. However the infamous "home" button defect has completely ruined my experience and caused the phone to be unusable for most of the time. I had been in situations where I can not even terminate a call and end up being connected for many long minutes without been able to do anything about it. HTC sent me a replacement which is having the same fault. I know many users are having the same issue.