The latest One series of smartphones was initially unveiled by HTC (TPE:2498) during the Mobile World Congress last February and it appears that the HTC One X is considered as the top of the line model with its numerous features that have impressed a number of industry watchers. The features on the recently-released HTC One X may surpass the performance of the existing flagship device for the Android 4.0 OS, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
The HTC One X features a 4.7-inch Super LCD screen with a 1280 by 720 resolution, which offers a 316ppi pixel density that allows the images to look bright, crisp and exceptionally well-detailed. The HTC One X features a polycarbonate material that has a texture similar to a smooth stone and its size allows users to hold it properly despite its rather slim design.
The device also features an 8MP camera that comes with a LED flash that automatically adjusts to the suitable brightness level depending on the light that goes into its sensor. Basing on evaluations, the camera allows users to take notable shots while its camera app offers a number of integrated settings, scene modifications and filters.
The camera of the HTC One X also allows users select a number of shooting modes including panorama and depth-of-field mode.
TH HTC One X also features a quad-core 1.5GHz Tegra 3 CPU, 1GB RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. Switching between apps is also smooth and fast while it allows faster loading of websites using its Wi-Fi connectivity. However the battery life of the device may be an issue since it has a huge display and fast processor.
Aside from the Android 4.0 OS, the HTC One X also comes with the latest HTC Sense UI which has reportedly improve the over-skinning and invasiveness issues noted in the previous version of the custom skin of HTC.
The HTC One X will be offered through AT&T and Sprint although the specific release date and price tag have yet to be announced.