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HTC One S Review
HTC delayed the launch of the One S in India for a pretty long time, Though the exact reason is not known,
HTC delayed the launch of the One S in India for a pretty long time. Though the exact reason is not known, it feels like HTC didn’t want the One S to cannibalize the sales of the One X, since benchmarks on the Internet proved that the S4-powered One S trounced the Tegra 3-powered One X in several tests. It’s no secret that the Indian version of the One S will have the S3 SoC instead of the S4 and the reason behind this is that Qualcomm isn’t able to produce enough number of S4 chips to satisfy the global demand. But is this really a deal breaker to the average consumer? Let’s find out. Design and Build The One X-inspired design gives the One S an extremely sexy and streamlined look. This is hands-down one of the sexiest phones in the market and you’ll fall in love with it the moment you hold it in your hands. It’s incredibly slim at just 7.8mm and light as well, weighing just 119g. The ceramic shell is very smooth to the touch and feels durable as well. The black version is the one with the micro-arc oxidation process while the others simply have a gradient finish. Just like the One X, the Gorilla Glass overflows on either side over the edge which adds to its visual appeal. In the front, we just have the row of capacitive buttons and a front facing VGA camera while the sensors are hidden behind the black bezel.