The distinctive HTC look

With its smoothly rounded curves, silver trim, and white backing, the One VX is unmistakably an HTC handset. Read full review
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Slim and trim

At just 0.36 of an inch thick, the HTC One VX sports a very svelte profile for a budget phone. Read full review
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A bottom with Micro-USB

The bottom edge of the HTC One VX holds a lone Micro-USB port. Read full review
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Power within reach

On the top edge of the HTC One VX sits a long, easy-to-reach power key. Also here is a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. Read full review
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An all-white back with silver trim

The HTC One VX's back is crafted from clean white plastic with silver trim. Placed here is the phone's 5-megapixel camera. Read full review
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Android OS, but not the most advanced

The HTC One VX offers Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, modern to be sure, but not the most recent flavor -- Android Jelly Bean. Read full review
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Lots to watch

Onboard the HTC One VX is HTC's Watch video store for rentals and purchases. Read full review
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Capture the moment

Despite a low-res 5-megapixel sensor, the HTC One VX's camera boasts plenty of advanced features, including several shooting modes and special filters. Read full review
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