Recently HTC unveiled its new line of HTC One smartphones, namely HTC One X, HTC One V and HTC One S. These great new phones by HTC were unveiled at Barcelona, Spain, during the Mobile World Congress 2012. These new range of HTC Android phones bring a new HTC strategy which according to the online communication manager of, HTC, “Jeff Gordon”, has been introduced in response to consumer feedback. The complaint from consumers has been that there are too many HTC phones that seem indistinguishable. This is perhaps due to the fact that more than 50 HTC devices were launched in 2011. Below is an overview of some of the unique features of one of these phones from the HTC One Series, i.e., the quad-core HTC One X smartphone and what it has to offer for Android and HTC users.
HTC One X
The HTC One X is a beast under the hood, as it comes with a quad core processor. The initial response to this device has been quite good, as users have reported a faster response time from applications, menus, scrolling, etc. This is naturally expected as HTC One X is powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 3 chip, which is also considered to be less battery intensive. According to Nvidia, this chip transfers some of the load to a fifth core that extends battery time. HTC One X has a Super LCD 2 display, which provides an excellent viewing angle and has been designed to work well in bright sunlight. Here are some detailed technical specifications for HTC One X.
Size: 9.29mm thick
Weight: 130g in weight, which includes the battery weight
Display Screen: 4.7 inch Super LCD2 screen
Resolution: 1280 x 720 HD resolution
Protection: Gorilla Glass
Processor: Quad-Core Tegra 3
RAM: 1 GB RAM
Storage: 32 GB internal storage.
Cloud Storage: Users also get 25 GB of free cloud storage via Dropbox for a two year time.
Battery: 1800 mAh
Primary Camera: 8 Megapixels, with LED flash and 1080p video recording.
Secondary Camera: 1.3 Megapixel front facing camera.
21Mbps HSDPA radio, quad-band
5-pin Pogo Pin connector
For a demo of the HTC One X smartphone, check out this video by HTC.
With HD attributes, a display screen designed to well under bright sunlight and a powerful quad-core processor (with a fifth small core), this smartphone has to be the best phone from HTC this year, at least in terms of performance. Then again, with HTC you never know when something better is to shortly follow.