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HTC ONE X Review

By on May 18, 2012

This is another Android sensation from the HTC and you really have got to hand it to them, they have really outshined most Smartphones with this one. It was announced in February 2012 and finally released in May 2012. With a minimalist design, piano-gloss sidewalls and a curved back makes it easy to hold and serves as a unified shell for increased durability. The One X features a powerful camera and amazing sound all in one fantastic design.

Display and Dimensions:
HTC have managed to put together the One X in to a compact device using an impressive minimalist design, it measures 134.36 mm in height 69.9 mm wide and is 8.9 mm thick. Despite being almost similar to a typical Smartphone with the dimensions, the weight of the device is quite impressive, it weighs a mere 130 grams with the battery.

The One X features a super IPS LCD2 capacitive touch screen. It gives quality graphics with a 720 by 1289 pixels, 4.7 inches screen with a shocking 312 pixel per inch density. You can also enjoy you videos on half HD (720p). The screen also supports multi-touch and enjoys protection with Corning Gorilla Glass.

Memory, Storage and CPU:
The One X is truly remarkable as it features a 1.5 GHz, quad-core CPU whose performance is well deservingly supported by a sufficient 1 GB RAM. This will give you the user quite an experience for your sluggish performance days are over.

In case you are wondering where all of your applications, games, files, videos and music will go I have an answer for you. The One X comes with 32 GB worth of internal storage memory, it however does not feature expandable memory slot but I doubt you will need it.

Network Access:
The One X supports 2G networks and 3G networks as well as Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi supports Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and like most Android Smartphones it supports tethering and Wi-Fi hotspot features. The 3G network access supports impressive download speeds of up to 21 Mbps and uploads at a maximum bandwidth of 5.67 Mbps.
The One X also features the new Bluetooth v4.0 technology with A2DP.

The One X camera is one of the most coveted features on this device. It features an 8 MP camera (F2.0 aperture and 28 mm lens), with LED flash. It has a whooping 3264 by 2448 pixels resolution and supports simultaneous full HD (1080p@30fps) video and image recording, geo-tagging, face and smile detection. The secondary camera shouldn’t be shy either; it is a 1.3 MP with 720p for video chat.

Software, Multimedia and Other Features:

HTC One X features the new Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system with a HTC Sense user interface.

It also features multimedia playback with most of the file formats being supported. It supports the following video formats 3GP, 3G2, MP4, WMV (Windows Media Video 9), AVI (MP4 ASP and MP3) and the following audio formats AAC, AMR, OGG, M4A, MID, MP3, WAV and WMA (Windows Media Audio 9). It records audio in AMR and video in MP4.
You can enjoy all these with quality sound from Beats Audio™ that is also featured on the One X and you don’t have to worry about power for your device with the 1800 mAH battery on this device with an endurance rating of 37 hours.

You can visit the Google Play Store for free and paid android applications for your device.

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