The HTC One V is the lower end device in HTC’s new One series of smartphones that were announced at Mobile World Congress last month. Although it’s the device with the lower end specs, it does bring back the familiar “chin” that we saw on the original HTC G1 when Android first came out.
The One V features a 3.7″ SLCD2 display with a pixel density of 251ppi. It’s running on a 1ghz single core Qualcomm SnapDragon processor and 512mb of RAM. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4.0 on top.
We are expecting the HTC One V at a number of regional US carriers including Virgin Mobile, Metro PCS and US Cellular. It was announced on Wednesday that it will also be available in purple and black but we’re not sure which carriers will get these colorful versions.