I bought my HTC One V about a month ago from Walmart. Honestly, when I was looking, I thought that I was purchasing the HTC Evo V, so someone needs to correct the misspelling of the phone name for the Walmart website from "HTC Ove V" to "HTC One V". I was originally going to return the phone and get the HTC Evo V, as my wife has one and likes that phone. But I figured it would be a good idea to just keep the phone that I had purchased and see how well it worked for me. I haven't had any problems with it so far, and even though it is still a 3G phone and not 4G, it works quite well with the latest version of Android on it. The Beats Audio speaker and functionality is also a bonus, as I have plenty of music on my phone. The only true drawback is that the phone does not come with a micro SD card, but I had a spare 8GB micro SD which seems to be doing me very well for space. The lack of a menu button is also a bit of a drawback, but you can easily access everything you need to quickly with this phone anyway even without it. You can't take the back off to get to the battery either, but the phone has a long battery life anyway. It can also be extended with one of the many different battery life apps there are. The camera on the phone also works really well and takes decent quality pictures and video, and the flash on it is excellent for dark spaces. And with that, if you download one of the many different flashlight apps there are in the Google Play Store, your phone can double as a flashlight and it will be bright as I almost blinded myself testing it out. All and all, I'm satisfied with the phone and will keep it for a while, I'm actually glad I didn't return it.
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