HTC ONE s Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 446 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by HTC One S Review To begin with, I shall start by saying that the exterior appearance of the HTC One S is slick, slim and very attractive to the eye. The HTC One X was just a bit too big for my hands so being able to get a smaller version of the handset is a treat. In terms of the super AMOLED screen the phone possesses, I really can not complain at all. The depth of colour is simply beautiful. It is a very large improvement and obvious difference compared to my previous handset from Sony Ericsson's Xperia range. The sound quality can not be complained about, coming from a large music enthusiast, It is vital that music should have great bass and clear vocals, non of that muggy bass or tinny sound. Beats Audio is a very effective enhancer, however to benefit from the enhancer, earphones or headsets need to be plugged in. I only have the standard htc ear pieces that came from the device, but all I can say is if the sound is that impressive with standard earphones, I'm excited to listen to my music once I own a pair of Beats earphones. The overall performance of the HTC One S is simply remarkable. Anything I want to do or open on the handset is done pretty much instantly, there are no delays in command and texting is hassle free. It can take some time getting used to auto correct if you are not use to it like myself but by time, I mean a few days to a week. It is actually extremely helpful and it is still easy to use slang or abbreviated language as it does give you an easy option to stick with what you originally typed and will then store that word in its vocabulary memory. Yes the battery life 'isn't that good' however we have to remember that we are in a generation of very smart phones that can do so much so what can we expect? We can't have such a wonderful device and expect it to last over night or for days. It is simply unrealistic and as far as battery life goes, I am pretty darn impressed with the battery life considering it is a highly powered device. Overall The HTC One S is an absolute delight and pleasure to use. June 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by totally good this phone is very good phone battery life is good..very fast is very good March 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Durable and Great for the Camera! this phone has gone through the toilet, the treadmill, and the table, as well as over a year of use i am not familiar with. there isn't as much as a crack on the screen, and the water indicator didn't even activate. :D ive taken pictures of snowflakes using this phone. it works really well with very little lag, as well. :) February 7, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Worst Phone I don't like my phone. I must keep a battery charger with me at all times because my phone cant last all day. it always freezes and the apps constantly close. There isnt enough space in it. Even if i delete many apps, pictures, text it wont change. January 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by After using Sony Ericsson & IPhone Nice set of HTC, as I have used this after Sony Ericsson & IPhone. Just wanted to complain about sound quality especially at the time of recieving & talking on the set as it sounds too low and the other complain is about battery life. Thats it! Despite of these two cons, I would feel happy to suggest this set of HTC to others. December 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent in its Series Excellent phone with amazing camera quality and ease of use, in comparison to the other smartphones available in its series and price range. December 6, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good as a short term phone I've had my phone for over a year now and it worked fine for the first six months I then accidentally smashed it and I've had problems with it since then. It started crashing so i got it repaired but it didn't help and it's been like that since then and now it can't stay on for 5 minutes! Before this happened the phone was awesome though December 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by excellent phone Everything is good about this... The only drawback is that so far HTC has not released an update so it will stay on android 4.1.1 and it won't get to the sense 5 or 4.2 os. Lets hope they make it... Many people are disappointed November 29, 2013
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