The HTC One V known to be the lowest smartphone from the HTC One series has passed FCC. The codename of the device is PK7610. The name has no association with one of the HTC smartphone, judging from the specs we believe it is the HTC One V. As the Taiwanese company has no other versions of smartphone to offer at least for the first two quarters, it means this budget phone HTC One V is the novelty on FCC. The mentioned dimensions and the radio band support for 850 MHz and 1900 MHz are the proof of our thoughts.
Though the HTC One V is the cheapest smartphone from HTC’s One series, it comes with not so bad features you know. Supporting 3.7-inch WVGA display and based on a single-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocked at 1GHz with 512MB of RAM the smartphone has GB of internal memory and microSD support for enlarging the memory up to 32GB. The device also has a 5MP camera with LED flash and autofocus. It also enables 720p video recording capabilities. Running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS the device has HTC Sense 4.0UI.
This device is said to be offered via Virgin Mobile in the US and Canada. The launch date is still unknown but it is expected to cost $200. The HTC One V was leaked with Telus branding; thus the smartphone will not be available at Virgin Mobile only.