Here’s a preview of HTC’s brand new Android device, the One X. It’s touted to have an amazing camera and authentic sound, but the most important thing about this device HAS to be the quad-core processor.
– 4.7-inch screen (1280 x 720 resolution)
– 1.5 GHz, quad-core
– Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4
– 32GB storage space + 1GB ram
– 8 megapixels camera with F2.0 aperture and 28mm lens
– Records video at 1080p Full HD
The phone comes with Beats Audio technology and from the preview, we can see that their music player has a new section that lets users add in music apps for easy access. You can freely add, rearrange or remove music apps from the music player as well.
The phone is thin. 134.36 x 69.9 x 8.9 mm and weighs about 130g. That’s a nice weight and size for a 4.7 incher.
According to HTC, the design of the One X is all about smoothly rounded piano-gloss sidewalls, curved back and a unified shell for increased durability.
The camera only has 8 megapixel… not as shocking as the 41 megapixel Nokia 808 which was announced at the same time, but still, it has an f2.0 aperture for low light photos and 28mm wide angle lens so you can fit more people in a group shot compared to normal phones.
I especially like the fact that we can take photos while recording a video.. or take photos during video playback. The camera also has filters/effects built in! That’s convenient. Check out the hands-on video below to find out more!