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Mobile World Congress 2015: HTC One S

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Mobile World Congress 2015: HTC One S

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A slick, slim device, the HTC One S combines Android Ice Cream Sandwich with a dual-core processor and large, 4.3-inch screen.

Hey, guys. This is Jessica (Zolport?) for CNET here at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona, Spain. I've got in my hands the HTC One S. This is (part?) of the middle of the three, of a new family of phones for HTC, the One brand. And this phone here is pretty nice. It's got Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on it and also the Sense 4.0 interface on top of that. It's got a pretty big 4.3 inch display, not quite as bright or as brilliant as the HD. full HD display on the HTC One X but it is still very nice. The phone also has sort of a soft (touch?) back cover and it's made with a special kind of aluminum, that's what HTC tells us. It's got Beats audio integrated into it and it also has a front facing camera here, 8 megapixel camera on the back, and there's a new image tip inside the phone and inside all of the HTC One phones that is supposed to reduce shutter speed dramatically and also improve the camera conditions. Especially in low lighting situations. There's no pricing or availability quite yet although we are. hope some time within the next 60 days. We do know that in the US, the phone will come to T Mobile and it is running by the way Azul 4 QualPalm, the Snap Dragon speaker 4: processor. So it should be pretty fast. Again, no pricing or launch dates yet for the US. But we'll be ready when it comes. So this is the HTC One S. I'm Jessica (Zolport?) for cnet.com and you are watching for Mobile World Congress

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