Just got on board with the One v. My first impressions are that the screen resolution is beautiful This is a very lightweight phone also, it is about 1/2 the weight of my old Optimus V.
When I was looking at the One V online, at first I didn't like it because of the curved section @ the bottom. but, after using a friends HTC evo 3d I felt that the extra length at the bottom is a good feature. -because with the Evo since the controls are right at the edge of the screen every time I held the phone I would accidentally click some botton or other. The One V is not like that, Its very comfortable to hold.
I am interested in rooting next, mainly to backup apps with Rommanager and for UI or battery improvements. not sure if that is needed because battery seems to hold up well for now.
Device(s): HTC One M8, HTC One SV, HTC One V (CDMA&GSM), HTC Wildfire S, Nexus 7 (2012)
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As people get this phone, I want to extend my opening of beta kernel testers. My kernels focus on jelly bean for now. When I get jelly nailed down, there really won't be a need for ICS. The beta testing will get you bleeding edge kernels a week before kernels are released. The requirements are you need to be able to use adb fluently and report bugs
The HTC One V is HTC's all new line of "One" devices, this one in particular aims for entry level. It features a 3.7-inch display, a 1GHz single-core processor, Beats Audio, Sense 3.6 and Android 4.0.
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