The HTC One S follows swiftly on the heels of the One X in HTC’s new premium brand of Android 4.0-enabled handsets, bringing a svelte chassis, 7.8mm depth and a low-price of just £26 a month at launch – and we’re still waiting to hear word of a US launch too.
BlackBerry may quietly (or perhaps not so quietly) be finessing it’s plans for world domination with its upcoming BBX handsets, but it’s not letting the other operating system go to waste, with a stream of BB7 devices being churned out right now, among them the BlackBerry Bold 9790.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is the world’s first phone to run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and comes with a plethora of top end tech, including a huge but still massively high resolution screen.
The HTC Radar is the latest smartphone to run Windows Phone 7.5, following on from the HTC Titan. With a smooth unibody design, HD video recording and 5MP camera, will it be enough to make Windows Phone a success?