Thursday, March 15, 2012


The HTC One X is heading our way in the 2nd quarter of this year on AT&T. The One X is going to be the largest HTC headset available for you to purchase. The 4.7 screen should give good competition to let's say the Galaxy Note. With smaller dimensions you might not feels as weird carrying the HTC One X around as with the Note. 

A few things that are really making this phone stand out are its size, horsepower, camera, and audio capabilities. This combination of features is what has made HTC a leader in the past. Samsung might lead the race but HTC is right on their tail. 

As I said above the HTC One X is going to have a 4.7 inch screen which is large however not clown large. The display is going to be a 720p HD for good picture quality. The pixel density should be around 312 a little behind it's competitors but maybe not really enough to tell. One great introduction
to the display is Gorilla Glass that has been added. I have been and HTC owner in the past and found it was easy to crack the screen.

The One X will introduce a quad core processor to HTC's line up. This is fast becoming the norm with many high end devices. Like many other you will see the HTC One X with a 1.5 quad-core Tegra 3 processor with 1024 MB of ram. It will come with 32 GB of onboard memory however will lack a micorSD slot for an expansion. This is a little disappointing as many HTC phones have always come with expansion slots. 

It does seem like HTC is making a point of marketing the camera on One X. From what I have seen they have tried to make the software work a lot better with the hardware. In the case of the One X you will have the capability of recording and taking images at the same time. So snapping a shot of the perfect moment will not be lost. It will pretty sweet to see this in action. The rear camera is 8 Megapixel and the front is  a 1.3 megapixels for video chat. Fairly standard for some time but with all of the upgrades they should maximize the usage of both cameras. 

As with many HTC phones the One X is going to have Beats Audio. Beats Audio seems great but I don't think it makes that much of a difference to the listing experience. Some might beg to differ but I will stand my ground when it comes to this. 

So all around the One X will become HTC's new flagship phone and it is pretty easy to see why. I cannot wait to see this in our hands to see it's true capabilities. Until then we will have to wait see. If you would like to see videos of the HTC One X or follow HTC for more current news follow the link below to HTC official page. 

HTC One X official website

3/30/12 HTC will start releasing the One X in Asia starting 4/2/12. Read more at Cnet for the latest coverage.