HTC One S

Canadian service provider TELUS today announced the availability of the HTC One S for $99.99 on a three-year contract, or $569.99 with no contract. The HTC One S made its way to T-Mobile U.S. late last month following on the European release, but for those unfamiliar, here's a quick refresher on the specs.

  • 4.3-inch 960 x 540 SuperAMOLED display
  • Android 4.0.3 with HTC sense
  • 1.5 GHZ dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor with 1 GB of RAM
  • 42 Mbps HSPA+ connectivity

If you're thinking of picking one up from the TELUS online store, be sure to read at least one (if not two) of our reviews first. The non-removable battery and storage might be a bit of a turn off, and the PenTile display may not stack up to some of the competition, but it still feels great in the hand, and has an awesome camera. Any takers? Perhaps some testimonials from our American neighbours could sway some opinions.

More: HTC One X forums

 
There are 10 comments

TheBigFerret says:

I love the recent app / mult-tasking feature of Sense. Count me in!

Dutchmasta says:

that phone purrrdy

benthe1 says:

Wait...I just realized the ITC isn't blocking the One S on TMobile. What the crap man? I want my EVO LTE.

kullkid92x says:

Not trying to start anything but... NOBODY BUY IT :P lol no seriously, lets see how long htc realizes their multitasking 'customization' is a bit umm idk screwed up?

http://youtu.be/6v1W9rjr_qc

mmceorange says:

Well, I haven't charged my One S in about two days with 50% battery left so... I don't mind the customizations :p

The one S seems like a nice mid level phone

vulcZ says:

3 year contract? Canadians don't f*ck around...

deleonj says:

So....I'm on at&t....can I buy the TELUS version of this phone and use it with at&t? will i have 3g? anyone knows?

cloudy_k says:

yes you can but you'll have to unlock it first

mmceorange says:

Looks like it's just the T-mobile US version without the physical branding.. hmmm.. wish they had the black one :/ I love my international One S in black but I don't get the best signal in smaller cities (like where I live) due to the international's lack of 1900mhz (I'm on AT&T)