HTC One X launched at MWC
HTC launched their new flagship handset, the One X at MWC 2012 yesterday.
As you would expect for a flagship model, the specs are fantastic.
Powering the phone is a blazing fast 1.5ghz Tegra 3 quad core chip paired up with 1gb of DDR3 memory and 32gb of onboard storage. A 1280x720 or 720p resolution screen shows off the 8MP camera, capable of recording 1080p video. The camera also features 5 levels of LED flash and fast autofocus using HTCs new ImageChip.
As you would expect, the phone comes with the latest flavour of Android, version 4.0 or Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) and also includes a new version of HTCs Sense also version 4.0. HTC have scaled back the extent of Sense with this version, allowing for more of natural ICS interface to show through. HTC have also included their Beats Audio and are including Beats earphones as well.
On the negative side, HTC has decided to make the battery non user replacable and there is no expansion socket available for a microSD card. To make up for this however, HTC are including 25gb of Dropbox storage for free.
No word yet on when it will be available in the UK. Watch this space.