I spent a nice long week with the HTC One S on T-Mobile's HSPA+ network. Here's my review.
HTC One S review
HTC One S review
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- I agree. I don't miss the menu button at all. I do, however, miss the dedicated search button. It was very nice to be anywhere in any app and be able to long press and get the voice commands.
Many ROMs offer the ability to customize this (CM9 isn't one of them, yet), but having it in the stock experience would be better.Apr 25, 2012
- Right now, having a Nexus trumps this phone for me. Having said that, if in two years I realize that having a Nexus didn't give me the instantaneous updates that I EXPECT from having a Nexus device, I might rethink this logic. The hardware on the GN is fine, but nothing like that of the One S. Its so incredibly enjoyable to use and side by side, it makes the GN feel like a cheap toy. I'd just root and ROM anyways, so to some degree having a Nexus is a little less of a concern for me... but still.Apr 25, 2012
One thing about the chipping. From what I understand that affects the One X units, not the One S. There is an extra layer of something that they put on the One X and that's what is chipping right now.Apr 25, 2012
- Really good review. I had such high hopes for the One S. I stopped by my local TMO store this morning and spent some time with the One S. What were HTC and/or TMO thinking? Only 16 gigs of storage and a terrible display. I think my HTC Thunderbolt had a better display. I will stick with my unlocked GSM Galaxy Nexus. Keep up the good work. Really enjoy All About Android as well.Apr 25, 2012
- I know you are on vacation but I have to tell you how thankful I am for all about android and what a great job all you guys are doing.I hope the show continues for a long time and thank you for all the hard work all of you put in for the show,long live AAA.May 3, 2012
- Thank you!! :)May 4, 2012