The HTC One SV smartphone is the latest device to be added to EE’s range of 4G handsets.
EE (the Uk’s only LTE network) will be kicking off contracts with the HTC One SV for £36 a month, but considering this only offers 500MB of data (incredibly easy to burn through quickly with the super-fast download speeds on offer), a more expensive contract is recommended. For £46 a month for instance you’d bag yourself a healthy 3GB of data.
The HTC One SV was first launched back in December, updating the components found in the HTC One S. Adding a 4G connectivity option. the handset has a 4.3 inch screen at an 800×480 resolution (slightly lower than the One S’s 960×540 screen), with a Qualcomm S4 q.2 GHz dual-core processor running the show, backed by 1GB of RAM.
8GB of storage is onboard, which can be expanded by microSD cards. A 5MP camera sits on the rear, while the phone is also Beats Audio enhanced and NFC enabled.
We’ve been impressed so far with the capabilities of EE’s 4G service. Click here for our full verdict on the launch of the network.
By Gerald Lynch | January 16th, 2013