We were promised that MWC would be big this year, and HTC specifically built a lot of hype around their press conference, stating that they would be a lot more “focused” this year. They have been pretty straightfoward in their press conference so far, announcing their new flagship smartphone line, the One series. So far we’ve got three phones in this series: The One X, the One S, and the One V. All three of these devices run ICS with Sense 4 slapped on top, and feature HTC’s new ImageSense cameras.
The One S however, will be launching with T-Mobile this spring as the network’s “first phone to ship with Android 4.0”. The HTC One S has a 4.3 inch qHD Super AMOLED display, and is T-Mobile and HTC’s thinnest smartphone ever, being just 7.95mm at its thickest point. The One S has a 1.5 gHZ Snapdragon S4 processor, and teamed with Ice Cream Sandwich is sure to zoom through any tasks you give it. The 8MP camera with ImageSense has only 0.2 seconds of shutter lag, and features the best camera software and UI we’ve seen yet on a smartphone. ImageSense also helps these smartphones to take high-quality pictures in rough conditions, judging things like focus and flash extremely quickly and effectively. This device also comes with full Beats integration in all software, not just music, so you get the Beats experience any time your phone makes noise. The HTC One S will be available on T-Mobile this spring, with official dates and pricing on the way.