HTC One S Revealed in T-Mobile Document; Device Scores Well in NenaMark2 Benchmark

February 23, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Here’s some good news for HTC enthusiasts. A leaked document from T-Mobile, has unofficially confirmed the existence of the HTC One S. And, there comes another reason to have a beautiful smile on your face even before the start of the Mobile World Congress.

The document referred the device as “HTC Ville” but we have reasons to believe that it was the HTC One S. The leak also exposed certain accessories of the three forthcoming devices on HTC lineup. NenaMark2 benchmark result suggests that the device won’t let you down.

What is so exciting about the One S? First, the device is powered by a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm S4 dual-core processor. Also, the device features a system memory of 1 GB of RAM. These are enough to score something big in NenaMark2 assessment, and it sounds like there is nothing to wonder in the outstanding 60.60 fps score.

In addition, the One S comes with a 4.3 inch screen, featuring ultra clear qHD display.

The device is set to run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform, which is latest available Android in the market.

The device sports HTC Sense 4.0 User Interface, and an 8 megapixel snapper at its rear. Also, it has HSPA+ connectivity and comes with a 1650 mAh battery to supply power.

This seems to be the kind of device you have been waiting for a long time.

The phone is an epitome of HTC’s built quality, and it is as thinner as 8 in millimeters. Besides that, there are lots more in this device to lure you into it.

HTC One S will be unveiled on Sunday along with the HTC One X and HTC One V, at the MWC venue. Stay tuned as we wait for the MWC curtains to go up.

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