Small, red, and lovely all over

The HTC One SV is compact and comfortable in the hand and flaunts a premium look. Its 4.3-inch LCD screen, though, is small and has a low resolution of 800x400 pixels. Read full review
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A blindingly crimson back

The HTC One SV's back battery door comes in a vibrant red and is coated in a soft-touch texture. Read full review
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Power to play

On the top edge of the HTC One SV sit a 3.5mm headphone jack and power button. Read full review
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Trim and iridescent

Measuring a mere 0.36 of an inch thick, the HTC One SV has metallic red edges that are especially striking. Read full review
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Connect it over USB

The HTC One SV's bottom lip features its Micro-USB port. Read full review
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A camera close-up

On back of the HTC One SV are its 5MP camera and LED flash. Read full review
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Red accents aplenty

Above the HTC One SV's screen is another interesting design touch, red dashes embedded within the earpiece. Read full review
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Lots of camera features but low resolution

While the HTC One SV's camera application boasts plenty of features, settings, and shooting modes, its 5MP sensor takes low-resolution images. Read full review
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