HTC One X
Here we take a closer look at the recently announced HTC One X.
HTC One X Specification:
- 4.7-inch screen (1280 x 720 resolution)
- 1.5 GHz Quad core processor
- 32 GB storage, 1GB RAM
- Android 4.0 with HTC Sense 4.0
- 1080p HD video recording
- 1.3 megapixel front camera (720p for video chat)
- Beats Audio enhancement
HTC One X Review
The HTC One X comes with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) the latest android operating system, together with a new version of HTC Sense (4.0) giving a quick and slick user experience, backed by a powerful quad core processor, web pages and games can run more smoothly and quickly. The screen holds up very well even viewed from a wide angle and in dark and bright conditions.
The camera on the HTC One X has been developed a lot and now boasts the ability to shoot a picture even whilst taking a video and very quick response times. In burst camera mode many image shots can be taken in one continuous motion to ensure you capture the best images, allowing quick disposal of unwanted ones at the same time. The HTC One X camera has proven to be very good under the limited conditions they have been able to be tested under.
The HTC One X comes in a unibody design, but with a different design material from usual that makes it comfortable to hold whilst giving the HTC One X a premium feel. In terms of looks, the HTC One X retains the popular and smart look of the HTC Sensation range, including three dedicated soft buttons just beneath the screen to navigate, back, home and multi tasking/ organisation.
The HTC One X also comes coupled with Beats Audio enhancement.
Though the HTC One X does not come with a MicroSD slot, it does come with 2 years 25GB cloud storage with Dropbox making it easy to keep back ups and important files stored safely other than the handset itself.
The HTC One X looks set to be a heavy weight contender against the like of the Iphone and the Samsung Galaxy S2, and if it lives up to its first impression it is set to be a winner.