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U.S.Cellular customers can today pick up the HTC One V online and the device will be in-store starting Friday. While the Android handset may be a little overshadowed by its big brothers the One X and One S, the One V, as you'll recall from our review, does pack a pretty good punch for its price, which is $129.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate . Running Android 4.0 out of the box and complemented with the latest addition of Sense UI the One V is great looking and feels wonderful in the hand. It has the familiar 'chin' that we saw on the HTC Hero and Legend and whilst its 1GHz processor may not be as powerful as the One X and One S it certainly does a good job of making things run smoothly.

You can order the HTC One V online here and we have the full press release below for your viewing pleasure.

U.S. Cellular (NYSE: USM) has announced that the Android™-powered HTC One V is available for customers online today and will be in stores on July 6. As part of the HTC One series of phones, the HTC One V provides a premium mobile experience with an iconic design, amazing camera and authentic sound with Beat Audio™. The device comes with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and runs on U.S. Cellular’s high-speed nationwide 3G network, which has the highest call quality and network satisfaction of any national carrier. It is available for $129.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate.

Customers who purchase the HTC One V from U.S. Cellular receive benefits no other carrier offers, including new devices faster without resigning contracts and the only points-based rewards program in the industry.

“This phone is great for people who want to simplify and organize their life using one device,” said Edward Perez, vice president of sales and marketing operations for U.S. Cellular. “The high-end camera and premium audio features make it easy to leave your other gadgets at home while on-the-go.”

The HTC One V rivals traditional digital cameras with advanced features that make taking great photos easy and fun. The enhanced camera on the HTC One V provides zero shutter delay for faster image capture, continuous shooting to capture that perfect shot, better photo quality in adverse conditions and the ability to shoot video and take photos at the same time. The BEATS Audio™ integration provides a rich and authentic sound so everything from playing music to watching YouTube to playing video games sounds better. The popular BEATS by Dr. Dre Audio headsets will also be available for purchase at U.S. Cellular retail locations and online.

For more information about all of U.S. Cellular’s devices and plans, visit any U.S. Cellular store, go to uscellular.com or check out U.S. Cellular on Facebook.

The HTC One V will be available for $129.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate. Purchase of a data plan is required, and a new two-year agreement and activation fee may apply for new customers. Additional terms, conditions and/or charges may apply.

 
There are 2 comments

toddjy says:

I'm not sure I like the naming convention of the One series. S? X? V? V could be value or it could be V8, the top of the line. S is super charged, or subpar? And X seems to be crossed out, don't buy this one.

Now One is the one you want. While Two would be a second choice, if you don't need the power of the One. On the other hand, two would be better than one, like the Galaxy 1, II and III.

mugabuga says:

Ugh. This is exactly why I left US Cellular. They get all the low-end Android phones, but when they got the S II, the S III was coming right around the corner. Now if they could secure something like the One X within the next 3 months, that would be big. Also, paying $80 for just 1000 minutes of talk on two phones is not a good deal.