We've already heard that the HTC One V will eventually be making its way to Virgin Mobile here in the U.S., and now a new report claims to have a bit more information on how much the chin-tastic handset may cost on VM and when it could make its retail debut. According to Pocketnow, the One V will be priced at "under $200" on Virgin Mobile. The site says that the One V is expected to launch in late spring, though an exact date wasn't mentioned.
The HTC One V features specs like a 3.7-inch display, 1GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera and Android 4.0 beneath HTC Sense 4. We don't know precisely how much the One V will be priced at when it comes to Virgin Mobile, but even if it's fairly close to $200, the handset could be a pretty good option for folks looking for a new Android phone on VM. It's tough to argue with a sub-$200 price tag for a 3.7-inch device with Ice Cream Sandwich, especially when you remember that Virgin Mobile doesn't deal in two-year contracts. Any of you think you'd be interested in an HTC One V on Virgin Mobile?