locking yourself up with the carrier for a couple of years and you are also laying out more money for the phone because of the mail-in rebate. If you have already decided to buy the HTC One V, but you haven't figured out which carrier better suits your needs, you will need to dig deep within your soul. If you're the type that will get tired of a phone after a few months and want to buy a newer model, you probably would rather not get locked into a 2-year pact. On the other hand, if you're the type that sticks with a phone until it is all beat up, you might be the kind that thrives with the 2-year contract.
The HTC One V is equipped with a 3.7 inch Super LCD 2 screen with WVGA resolution and pixel density of 252ppi. 512MB of RAM is on board as is the 4GB of native storage. Thankfully there is a 32GB capacity microSD slot to help you add storage. The 1500 maH battery keeps the lights on and on back is a 5MP camera with an LED flash that captures video in 720p at 30fps. Android 4.0.3 is installed with Sense 4 running on top. Not only does it include Beats Audio technology, it also will run over U.S. Cellular's 3G network which is said by the caarrier to have the highest call quality and network satisfaction of any national carrier.
source: U.S. Cellular via AndroidGuys