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Thread: T-Mobile Brings HTC One S to the U.S.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nardva
    The HTC One X going to AT&T will have AWS band per HTC website. The overseas version has Tegra Quad core where as the AT&T version appears to have the Snapdragon dual core like the Htc One S.

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    Between this and the Galaxy Nexus, I'm having a really tough time deciding what to get. On one hand, the GNEx is currently still working on tzones, but who knows for how long. On the other hand, the HTC One S will most certainly not work with tzones and although the increased cost of data is mitigated by the lower cost of the phone, there's no guarantee that T-mobile will have a phone I like after the contract is over. Not to mention, I'm not really all that sold on their looks as well as the 300mHz difference and camera not being huge deals either because I'm going to be browsing and listening to music most of the time anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danska View Post
    Im talking about the One S, as posted above.
    http://www.tmonews.com/2012/02/tmobi...g-this-spring/
    says dual core 1.5Ghz. Snapdragon s4.
    The amaze may be the previous snapdragon but it is still 1.5Ghz dual core.
    I know that. I'm responding to the poster who said that this was, better than the One X. I couldn't post at the time with the, quote in my reply....it was a glitch of, some sort

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    In the htc specs page, it says under battery "embeded" does that mean it's non removable? If so, that is disappointing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasonDoctorJT View Post
    In the htc specs page, it says under battery "embeded" does that mean it's non removable? If so, that is disappointing!

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    Batrey is non removable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nexus14 View Post
    I definitely think this is much better than the HTC One X which is an AT&T exclusive.
    No it's not. The international HTC One X is quad-band DC-HSPA+, and the ATT version might be too.

    Don't like the One S, then buy the One X unlocked.

    http://www.engadget.com/2012/02/26/h...d-at-mwc-2012/
    HTC's newest features an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor for the Global edition and a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core for the LTE iteration. Memory specs on the box show 1GB DDR2 and 32GB of built-in storage -- 26GB of which is available to the user -- and an additional 25GB free for two years through DropBox. Connectivity options abound with quad-band GSM and quad-band 42Mbps HSPA+ -- which includes AWS frequencies, huzzah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nardva View Post
    Batrey is non removable.

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    I can't believe iPhone got popular enough to cause other phone makes to do that crap. I like having a spare battery just in case

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    I'd prefer to have the HTC One V. These 4.3"+ sized phones are too damn big. If T-Mobile gets a One V, I'll buy it immediately.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hellouser View Post
    I'd prefer to have the HTC One V. These 4.3"+ sized phones are too damn big. If T-Mobile gets a One V, I'll buy it immediately.
    People like to watch TV on their phone. Doubt you will see to many phones with a screen smaller than 4 inches.

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    No removable battery and no microSD are major turnoffs for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nardva View Post
    People like to watch TV on their phone. Doubt you will see to many phones with a screen smaller than 4 inches.

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    Watching TV on a small screen, regardless if its 3.5" (iPhone) or 4.3" isnt much of an experience or a necessity.

    But on the contrary, some people like being able to fit their phone into their pocket with ease and without looking like a bulging fat brick from beneath.

    If theyre still making 3.7" phones, they can easily make them available as well for T-Mobile. Hell, Samsung released a 3.5" phone and sony has the 3.3" Xperia Ray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Skyedance View Post
    No removable battery and no microSD are major turnoffs for me.
    Same for me too. It doesn't even have NFC from what i read. It may not be that useful now but down the road, it might be handy. (I mean, my amaze comes with it!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasonDoctorJT View Post
    I can't believe iPhone got popular enough to cause other phone makes to do that crap. I like having a spare battery just in case

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    You are right. IPhone sold millions without having a removable battery or sd card slot. Htc is moving in that direction. Wouldn't be surprised if Samsung and Motorola does the same. I guess companies have more lead way with design when they don't have to factor in the phone has to opened by the customer.

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    No removable battery makes this a non-starter. Any moderate or heavy user is going to find themselves quickly in trouble without being able to swap out the battery. Not to mention when the battery life starts to fade after a year or so, you are completely screwed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Skyedance View Post
    No removable battery and no microSD are major turnoffs for me.
    Probably get down to just 7.95mm thick, they needed to eliminate the battery compartment.

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