AT&T (NYSE:T) has finally released the HTC One X into the United States market at a price tag of around $199. The HTC One X features a 4.7-inch display screen, eight-megapixel camera, and 4G LTE network support. The settings of the camera of the recently-released device from HTC (TPE:2498) are quite complete as it offers some standard features in addition to more advanced features that may not be found in the cameras of other devices.
Among the standard features on the camera of the HTC One X of AT&T include an auto smile capture, face detection and panorama features. The more advanced features that owners of the device can use include slow-motion capture, continuous shooting, and an HDR mode.
The HTC One X was initially unveiled during the Mobile World Congress and is currently available for consumers in the US market.
The release of the latest smartphone product from HTC has changed the smartphone lineup of AT&T as the HTC One X has become the flagship of the HTC One line of devices of the mobile service provider. The mobile service provider also carries the HTC One S on its smartphone lineup.
However some industry watchers consider the HTC One X of AT&T similar to other Android-powered smartphones although it uses the Android 4.0 operating system or the Ice Cream Sandwich Android. This was the view of some industry watchers even as the device features a 4.7-inch display, powerful camera and 4G LTE network support.
However the HTC One X does not come with a quad-core processor. Among the smartphones that the HTC One X will have to deal with are the recently-unveiled Samsung Galaxy SIII and the current version of the iPhone of Apple, the iPhone 4S.
The iPhone 5 will be another competitor that the HTC One X will have to deal with when it is launched by Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) before the end of the year.