HTC One X9 leaks
Like a bigger One A9.
The HTC One S packs an amazing amount into its unibody frame. Not least a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, an incredible camera and a 4.3-inch AMOLED screen fashioned from robust Gorilla Glass. And with Beats by Dre audio technology on board, it's got music covered too.
Happy snapper? You will be if you choose the HTC One S. With an eight megapixel snapper on board, complete with autofocus, smart LED flash, HTC ImageChip and BSI sensor for better results in low-light conditions, even less able photographers can expect great results.
And there's more. Also packed into the One S's incredibly sleek 7.8mm frame is Beats by Dre audio technology. That means that you'll enjoy staggeringly crisp sound quality that adds a new dimension to your favourite tunes.
Coupled with the massive 4.3-inch qHD display, built-in web browser and media player, this means the One S is fantastic for entertainment. And because this is an Android phone running an up to the minute version of Google's amazing operating system, there's no shortage of apps, movies and games to choose from too. Just head to the Android Market and you'll be able to take your pick from tens of thousands of terrific titles.
To allow you to really make the One S yours, HTC has given you tonnes of customisation options too. Not only can you ensure all your most-used apps are right where you want them, you can also set your phone ready to give you stock info, weather updates and more, even when it's in screen lock mode.
Other features of this steller smartphone include built-in Google apps such as Facebook and YouTube, 16GB of available capacity for all your files, access to a dropbox account for wireless storage and a digital compass, A-GPS and Google Maps for easy route-finding.
Like a bigger One A9.
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