Cricket Wireless today has announced the HTC One SV. To be initially available in the U.S. via Cricket Wireless, the HTC One SV is a 4G LTE-capable device loaded with some nice features that you would normally find in mid to high-end smartphones in the market today. It will be available from Cricket Wireless starting January 16.
Like other handset in the HTC One series, the HTC One SV also boasts of studio-quality sound and HTC’s signature design. Of course, it will also be running HTC Sense on-top of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Under the hood, this device is loaded with a Snapdragon S4 processor with dual-core 1.2GHz CPU. According to HTC, this is enough to provide exceptional performance and hiqh-quality video streaming, gaming and seamless multitasking. Aside from the processor, the HTC One SV also features a microSD card slot, integration with Dropbox, NFC capability and Android Beam.
Other features include a 4.3-inch Super LCD-2 display, scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass, 1.6MP front-facing camera, and 5MP rear camera. The device’s front-facing camera sports a backside illumination and an f/2.2 lens while its rear-facing camera has an f/2.0 backside illumination lens that can record 1080 HD video.
The HTC One SV will be available through Cricket Wireless’ 4G LTE rate plan. This comes with double the monthly full speed data allowance that Cricket offers for its 3G rate plans. The 4G LTE Android Double Data Rate plan comes with up to 2GB full-speed data and costs $50, 5GB of full-speed data for $60 and 10GB full-speed data for $70.
Via [Android Community]