Back at MWC, HTC unveiled three new handsets – the One X, One S and the One V. Given that the One X and One S are higher-end devices, they got a lot more attention compared to its lower-end sibling, the One V. Well the good folks over at Netbooknews have recently gotten their hands on the new HTC One V and have decided to show some love for the device by running the device through a series of tests.
The One V was put through a barrage of benchmark tests ranging from Vellamo, Quadrant, Sunspider, Antutu, and NenaMark 1 and 2. They also loaded up some resource intensive games like Shadow Gun on it to see how it runs. Considering that the One V is a 1GHz single-core powered Android handset who may not be as powerful as its siblings the One X and One V, it appears to be a rather smooth experience and could be value for money. In any case if you’ve got 20 minutes to spare and you’re in the market for a new phone that won’t break the bank, perhaps taking a look at the One V unboxing and benchmark video above could be worth your time.
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