Brits can now get their hands on the new HTC One SV on superfast 4G, as mobile operator EE has started selling the device.
The handset is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM and Google's Android operating system.
A 4.3-inch super LCD screen is protected from scratches thanks to the addition of Corning Gorilla Glass 2, and the Taiwanese manufacturer has boosted sound performance with Beats Audio.
There is 8 GB of internal memory for storing photographs, videos, apps and songs, plus the option for expansion with a microSD card.
Owners can take high-quality photographs with the five-megapixel camera and LED flash, or utilise the front-facing snapper for video calls and self-portraits.
These specifications are mid-range for a modern mobile phone, but new technologies like Near Field Communication (NFC) and Long Term Evolution (LTE) are also included.
Users can now take advantage of 4G connectivity by signing up for a 24-month contract on EE, which includes unlimited calls and text messages.
Prices start at £36 per month for 500 MB of inclusive data, and gradually increase to £56 per month for 8 GB.
Posted by Simon Thomas