Bell, Telus, Virgin Mobile, and Fido have all recently launched the HTC One S, and Sasktel isn? They have released their own unique version of the One S, the Roughriders edition.It comes with a Riders widget and the official app pre-installed, along with a customized Saskatchewan Roughriders body.All of the other features are identical to the standard version released by other carriers, including its 4.3? It runs on Android 4.0, and features Beats Audio, Sense 4.0, and an 8 MP camera with LED flash and 1080p HD video capture.The One S is powered by a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor and 1 GB of RAM, and comes with 16 GB of internal storage. re in Saskatchewan and want this unique device, you now pick one up from Sasktel for .99 on a 3 year term, or 9.99 monthly or prepaid.Even though the casing is made of plastic, it feels relatively sturdy and durable, and the sliding mechanism is surprisingly solid.Sony Ericsson has included their custom UI/launcher Time Scape, which has changed dramatically since the X10 line-up.The most unique feature is its Play Station style game pad, which can be used for a variety of PLAY optimized games including PS1 Classics.
So, how does the PLAY hold up as a smartphone and for gaming?
Beginning with the hardware, the PLAY is very nicely designed.