HTC\u2019s newest Android handsets, the HTC One and One V were pre-launched at the Smart\u2019s Jump center in SM Megamall and I was one of those invited to the event.\u00a0 It was a pre-launch, which means that the main launch of HTC\u2019s One series phones is still to be held.\u00a0 The date for the main launch is April 13, 2012 and I hope to get more time with the new handsets at the main launch. The handsets featured at the prelaunch were the HTC One X and the HTC One V.\u00a0 Conspicuously missing was the HTC One S which was also globally launched together with the X and V at the Mobile World Congress. \u00a0Representatives from Smart Communications hinted though that the HTC One S, which sits between the flagship HTC One X and the cheaper HTC One V, will be featured at the main launch. \u00a0All these new phones feature Android 4.0 Ice Cream sandwich and HTC\u2019s vaunted Sense 4.0 skin. The HTC One X is of course the star of the launch, featuring a new unibody design, curved glass display, and quad-core CPU.\u00a0 It also showcases HTC\u2019s newest camera technology, one that has been receiving positive reviews.\u00a0 What immediately caught my attention upon holding the HTC One X is the stunning display.\u00a0 It\u2019s crisp, sharp and has very good color rendition.\u00a0 It competes with the best from Samsung, and what makes it better in my opinion is that the colors are not as oversaturated as those in Samsung\u2019s Super AMOLED displays.\u00a0 I also like what HTC did with the body\u2019s design.\u00a0 It\u2019s classy and premium from every angle and the curved glass display only enhances the screen\u2019s quality.\u00a0 I hope to get a review unit soon so I can dwell more on the One X\u2019s features.\u00a0 Below is a photo of the HTC One X. The HTC One V, on the other hand, occupies a lower position in the HTC hierarchy, featuring a smaller screen and a rather retro look.\u00a0 Retro since it\u2019s a copy of the HTC Legend\u2019s design, including the very distinct curved lip at the bottom.\u00a0 It also has a nice screen, not as good as the one on the HTC One X but still good in my opinion.\u00a0 It feels good in the hand, and appeared sturdy and well made.\u00a0 Below is a photo of the HTC One V. Smart reps still do not have details as to the pricing and availability of these new HTC phones.\u00a0 I will surely get these details at the main launch.\u00a0 Stay tuned.