The HTC One X is powered by the mighty Nvidia Tegra 3 coupled with ULP Geforce GPU and 1 gig of ram, there is hardly anything stopping this ferocious monster. Blaze through apps before the blink of an eye, play the most demanding of games with ease and enjoy the power of your ULP Geforce GPU by heading over to Nvidia Tegra Zone and downloading games specifically designed for Tegra 3 to enjoy the full potential of your powerful processor and graphics unit.
The HTC One X runs on Android 4.0.3 Ice cream sandwich with HTC Sense 4.0 skin on top. Android latest offering coupled with HTC's most intuitive and chic looking User Interface, makes it one package that is hard to resist. Enter the world of HTC One X with Sense 4.0's most intuitive and fun to use homescreen unlock method, the Ring. Once you are past that, you get to truly enjoy the Sense 4.0 and Android 4.0.3 in all its glory. The smooth transitions, the butter-smooth animations, excellent gallery, the beats-oriented music player and an exceptional browser, the software of the HTC One X will leave you awestruck and glued to your phone for ages!
Enjoy music the way it was meant to be enjoyed. The beats audio enhancement on the HTC One X ensures that your ears get to enjoy the best of the best. Feel the beat, feel the excitement!
The HTC One X supports an 8 MP camera with f/2.0 apenture and a dedicated image processing chip. The 8 MP camera can do stills of up to 3264x2448 pixels and can record 1080p videos @ 24 fps. An LED flash is on board too to tackle with low night shots/videos.
The HTC One X packs a very intuitive and user friendly camera UI. The UI is same for the shots and for the videos.
Take amazing quality stills while making a video with the HTC One X. Now you are able to cherish your memorable moments through the video and through your images.
The HTC One X empowers you with loads of editing features and options. Now you don't have to rely on external apps to do the editing work for you, your HTC One X will provide you with all the tools pre-installed within the camera UI to put life into your pictures and make the best of your memorable moments!
|Platform||Android 4.0.3 ICS upgradeable to 4.1.1 Jelly Bean|
|Wi-Fi||Yes 802.11 a/b/g/n, wifi direct|
|Screen Size||4.7 inches|
|Camera Pixel||8 MP|
|Camera Flash||Yes, LED|
|Processor Type||1.5 GHz Quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 with ULP Geforce GPU|
|Color Display||Yes 16M|
|Resolution||720 x 1280 pixels HD (312 ppi)|
|Bluetooth||Yes v 4.0|
|Video Recorder||Yes 1080p|
|Internal Memory||16 GB|
|USB||Yes microUSB v 2.0|
|Dimension||134.4 x 69.9 x 8.9 mm|
Posted by Saad on 12th May 2014
It has been over a year since I purchased this phone from HSN and I finally feel I should pen down my thoughts. In terms of the service HSN has provided, I would give it five stars.
As for the phone itself, I won't be going over what's technically good and what's not. All in all, it's an amazing phone. The display I feel is much better than that on the S3 and with the S5 update, I have no major regrets buying this phone.
There are however two minor issues I would like to point out. First, the issues with the battery. I understand my phone has now exhausted a major portion of its battery life and I don't get anywhere near the juice out of it as I once did. I expected this could be changed if I ordered a replacement battery from HSN. They gave me a quote for Rs.2000 guaranteeing the original battery. However, no one got back to me and I am still awaiting response. I believe HSN has outsourced its accessories or maintenance department and cannot provide the same quality of service in that respective field. I do not personally hold this against the website since my other experiences have been great. I have ordered a replacement battery from Amazon and getting someone in the US to send it. Let's see how that works.
The second major issue with this phone arose when I updated to Sense 5. Which was WiFi. On previous versions, my WiFi performance was superb. I could get a full five signals almost anywhere in the house. It was doing even better than my laptop PC. But since the Sense 5 update, I feel the WiFi performance has deteriorated considerably. I am certain this is a software issue but have no hope of getting a fix from HTC.
So everything apart, I would suggest the budget user to go ahead and buy this phone. Even 2 years after its release it does better than most of the current phones out there. If you are careful about the battery and have wifi within good range, this phone is an absolute gem.
Posted by JimThaRippah on 10th Sep 2013
So i bought this phone 2 months ago and i can't explain how happy i am with my decision. I have also used Samsung S3 but the design is better on One X. The Beats audio really counts in it. Tegra 3 us awesome for playing games and the battery timings without Wi-Fi is 2 days. The camera is better on s3 but the overall performance is better in One X. Htc sence is a really slick looking UI and you never get bored of it.