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: HTC One X is HTC's quad-core, ICS, Beats Audio powerhouse (hands-on)
: HTC One X February 29, 2012, 03:12:25 PM
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BARCELONA, Spain--If it's a quad-core Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone you want, then add the HTC One X to your list. Just announced today at Mobile World Congress, the One X is the flagship phone in HTC's new "HTC One X" family of devices.

The One X features Android 4.0, the most up-to-date (and coveted) version of the Android operating system, topped with a revamped version of the HTC Sense interface, Sense 4.0. Unlike the buttonless Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the One X features three touch-sensitive buttons below the display, for back, Home, and pulling up recent apps.

Specs are appropriately vaulted on this handset, with a large 4.7-inch Super LCD 2 display that features a 1,280x720-pixel HD resolution and Gorilla Glass. With a 0.36-inch (9.27-millimeter) profile, the black or white One X is a pretty big device, the same size as the HTC Titan and the Sensation XL.

For multimedia, the One X sports an 8-megapixel camera with five levels of LED flash and automatic focus, plus recording and playback support for 1080p HD video. There's a 1.3-megapixel camera on the front that's capable of shooting 720p HD video. There's also Beats Audio onboard, and a music hub that automatically pulls together your music apps.

Sure, the 8-megapixel rear-facing camera produces half the image size of the 16-megapixel camera we saw at CES on the Titan II bound for AT&T, but HTC swears this is its most advanced yet, thanks to a new lens (f/2.0), better image sensor, and an imaging chip dedicated to processing photos and videos.

Under the hood is that 1.5GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor we mentioned, one of the first phones to fire on four cylinders, as well as an 1,800mAh battery. The HTC One X has Bluetooth 4.0 as well. There are 32GB of user-accessible storage but no expandable memory slot; instead, HTC and Dropbox are offering 25GB of online storage, similar to Microsoft's setup on Windows Phone.


Read more: http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13970_7-57382792-78/htc-one-x-is-htcs-quad-core-ics-beats-audio-powerhouse-hands-on/#ixzz1nnt5jzNF (http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13970_7-57382792-78/htc-one-x-is-htcs-quad-core-ics-beats-audio-powerhouse-hands-on/#ixzz1nnt5jzNF)


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