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Old October 26th, 2012, 01:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Maybe I shouldn't ask this question to the HTC One V topic , but should I go for this phone? I used to own HTC Desire, HTC Desire HD and HTC Radar (Win7.5). I am also thinking to go for HTC Desire X but I think this one is better.

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Old October 26th, 2012, 02:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I really like the HTC One V. It's not a powerhouse but it starts out with 4.0 out of the box. Camera is good. Call quality is excellent. Plus, there are lots of posts here on the forums that can help you root, install custom roms, and overclock the phone making it even better!

Be careful with all the root and rom stuff though. I bricked my phone yesterday, still had the receipt, took it back to Best Buy and got a new one haha. Geek Squad is useless there. I just played dumb and they handed me a new (Not Bricked) phone hahahah. I could have fixed it, but didn't have the time with me getting ready to move back to Phoenix Az.
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I got the One V and it is great!
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the one v is the crappiest piece of junk I've ever owned
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the one v is the crappiest piece of junk I've ever owned
Judging from your other posts, yours was defective - sorry, lemons happen.

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I upgraded my wife's phone (from the LG Optimus V) to the HTC One V and I am very jealous. I got the phone for $150 and had to lose her grandfathered $25 plan (up to $35) with Virgin Mobile but so far it has been worth it. Very nice and the camera features are very extensive for a phone in this price / category.
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