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Available at T-Mobile stores across the country on April 25 for $199.99, the HTC One S is the carrier's first native Android 4.0 device equipped with HTC's newest interface.

Boasting a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen, a dual-core processor, and an 8-megapixel camera, the new One S runs on the carrier's 4G network and features Sense 4, the updated version of HTC's UI.

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With a 1,650mAh battery, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of internal storage, the One S won't have any problems storing and powering all your app delights.
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Along with the front-facing VGA camera, the back of the One S has an 8-megapixel camera that's capable of shooting 1080p HD video. Its soft-coat backing is made out of aluminum.
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The handset also comes with HTC ImageSense, an LED flash, and a f/2.0 lens.
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Packed with numerous photo options, the One S can take continuous shots at 4fps, and has autofocus, smile detection, and HD recording capabilities.
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Equipped with Beats Audio technology, the One S promises a better audio experience during music, videos, and games.
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The One S is also available in a gradient blue, and is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor.
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At 0.31 inch thick, the One S is T-Mobile's thinnest smartphone to date.
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Below the One S' 4.3-inch display rest three navigational buttons: back, home, and menu.
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Loaded with many multimedia goodies, the One S has Amazon Mobile, T-Mobile TV, FM radio, a game portal, and even 25GB of free storage from Dropbox.
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