HTC is going with the less is more ethos in 2012 and putting out fewer, but better phones instead of one device for each and every niche it can think of. For the T-Mobile network, HTC has cooked up the One S, a 4-inch Android 4.0 phone it unveiled at the Mobile World Congress show in February. We don't have a price or release date yet, but we know it's a step down from the new flagship One X for AT&T.

If the One X debuts at the $300 level, then the One S could be $200 or so. That's just a guess, but it puts it right in the ballpark of the Samsung Galaxy S2. The Galaxy S2 is very popular, and HTC has already tried to supplant it on T-Mobile with the Amaze 4G. With the One S, perhaps the Amaze price will come down, but that's not a guarantee either. So, between the Galaxy S2 and the One S, there are two devices with a lot to like; one of them the popular, familiar choice and one the new flashy kid. Start the slideshow to check out how the two stack up. Tell us if you'd consider joining T-Mobile for the One S or if you are a current customer looking to upgrade.  

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