The HTC One series consists of the One X, S, and V. This is our first time looking at the One V and even though its the smallest and least powerful of the three, its one very close and dear to our hearts. The One V has a 3.7-inch WVGA display which means 800 x 480. But just because the screen isn’t high resolution doesn’t mean it’s crap. The One V has a 1GHz Dual-Core SnapDragon S3 processor which really zings it around. There is no sign of lag what so ever. Now some of this has to do with Android 4.0 using the most efficient way to use what cores you have. Also Sense 4.0 is on this device and some things are a little different from the HTC One X and S. For example the multitasking switcher is the stock Android, which we like more than the HTC Sense switcher which only lets you see one app at a time. It feels more vanilla then any of the other devices. Lastly, the biggest reason why we like this phone is it brings back some of HTC’s design, that classic chin that was on the HTC Hero. This is one solid phone and if it is priced the way other competitors are pricing their entry level smartphones, this has the whole league swept. That means you too Lumia.