HTC One X Review

HTC’s new HTC One X is simply a beast. It is “built” from a Tegra 3 processor set to run at 1.5GHz (which many computers would envy), a 4.7-inch Super LCD2 screen, and an 8-megapixel camera. That would mean that HTC listened to the user’s messages and applied a good part of the suggestions on this phone.

Now, HTC is introducing a new product line called One, which is the equivalent of Samsung’s Galaxy series. The HTC One X is the originator of the series and looks very impressive.

The screen looks almost ideal, with quite vivid colors, which give the impression that it is a device of the near future. Viewing angles are quite large, so you won’t have any problems watching a fun clip or photo with your friends. The screen works without problems even in bright lighting, especially outdoors. There is not much to be said about the screen resolution. We will leave that part of the job to the lucky ones who will have the pleasure of holding the HTC One X in their hands soon.

The body of HTC ONE X is made of polycarbonate mass, which makes it light, but at the same time very strong. The background is made so that it does not slip out of your hand.
The camera is the best that HTC has offered so far. It has the best sensor and optics built-in, so there should be no problems when shooting in low light.

What makes this camera unique is its special ImageChip, which is, in fact, a secondary processor designed exclusively for light and powerful operation of the camera, which is capable of recording 1080p videos.

There are no jokes with a powerful processor. It is able to simply swallow all the tasks and applications you run with powerful multitasking. HTC One X has 1GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. There’s also a 1.3MP front camera (for 720p quality video calls) and a 1800mAh battery. And yes, there is a 4G network.

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich comes bundled with HTC Sense 4.0. The new Android looks very good and easy to use. HTC One X also has an HDMI connection, so you can rightly expect a high-quality picture on a 1080p TV and clear sound.

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