A HTC Android Review On HTC One X
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A HTC Android Review On HTC One X

A HTC Android review on which HTC is really better. With the new HTC One X now released, is this the new htc best or the htc worst? The problem is which htc review to trust as many are contrasting, this however, should clear some doubts on whether the Android device is worth it for you

The HTC One X is among the latest new devices in the Android department. Released just on 5th April 2012, the many speculations which surrounded it have become reality. But are all the rumours true or is it just another big sized brick aiming to drain our pockets?

Some Comparisons With Other Phones

      The HTC One X currently outclasses all other phones including iPhone 4s and the Samsung Galaxy SII.The HTC One X sports a quad core powered system whereas most phones have never had this introduced. In theory, this makes the device more powerful than the average desktop computer which has dual core intel.The HTC One X also has a large 4.7 inch screen, bigger than the 4.5 inch iPhone 4S and the 4.3 inch Samsung Galaxy SII. Though it's smaller than other selected devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Note and tablets, it has other unique features.

HTC One X Specs:

  • The display is something to be proud of about this phone. It's Super LCD2 gives the pixels a very sharp look which is further supported by the 720 X 1280 pixel size. Though still having the same protection feature of Corning Gorilla Glass, it has been refined to its best form.
  • Despite not having any external storage, the phone does have 32GB of storage which is still ideal for normal users, though maybe not for hardcore phone users who like lots of photos and videos stored on their phone. Nonetheless, much of this can be moved to applications including Facebook or Twitter so that the media can later be removed from the phone.
  • The phone has been known to be among the fastest devices created so far with a speed of HSDPA 21 Mbps. It also has a 1 GB RAM making both browsing and using apps speedy.
  • The camera is also powerful, having an 8MP camera with LED flash as well as a secondary 1.3MP camera.

HTC One X Features:

      The HTC One X runs on the latest Android software; Ice Cream Sandwich.As well as running on Nvidia Tegra 3, it has a 1.5 GHz CPU meaning superb processing speed.The device also has a number of sensors including Gyro, Proximity and Compass just to name a few.Another interesting feature added to the browser is Adobe Flash meaning additional apps can be used and more games can be played on the browser.It further comes with GPS and Java plus Beats Audio which can be connected to the TV wireless.
      Currently the phone may be brought in White or Gray colour.
      Although the battery will run on lithium ion, the extra CPU power may mean it will not be among the best in saving energy, but that shouldn't be a problem as long as the user does not run a mass quantity of apps at the same time.

Price Of HTC One X:

If you are buying the phone, it is currently selling for approximately £500 online and in shops. Contracts varies but they are most likely on the higher end at around £40 per month. As with most phones, it should be expected to go down in price, though because of its popularity, it may be a while before it does.

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