Thanks to an event organized by the company AT & T in the U.S., that provided the opportunity to test the new mobile Taiwanese company HTC. The HTC One X comes and goes hard to compete directly with the most advanced mobile market: newly launched Samsung Galaxy S III and even the iPhone 4s.
The first thing that strikes the phone is its 4.7-inch screen that offers a HD resolution (720 ps) and also noted for its clarity (you can view it from any angle without any problem). The device has the latest Android operating system: Android 4.0 Ice Sandwich. All this powered by dual core processor of 1.5 Ghz. In total you have 32 GB built in storage (no possibility of inserting micro SD card).
The HTC One X has a rear camera of 8 megapixels can record High Definition (1080p) video. The transition between camera and recording is fast: only need to press the corresponding button on the screen and instantly take a picture or start recording. You can also take photos while recording. The camera is extremely fast when taking snapshots, which can later tweak easily from the gallery (cutting and adding filters). The front camera is 1.3 megapixels, more than acceptable quality for video calls.
The connectivity offered by the terminal is 4G (LTE) or HSPA +, reaching download speeds reaching 10 times faster than the 3G connectivity offered today. In several tests with the terminal AT & T we have seen huge speed difference compared to HSPA + iPhone 4s. The battery (this time fixing) lasts up to 12 days of standby or eight hours of talk time (capacity of 1800 mAh).
The voice recognition for writing text messages works correctly with english and provides support in other languages with different accents from all those countries that speak those specific languages. The phone also features face recognition: you can unlock the screen to identify and compare your face that you have taken a picture before.
The HTC One X has three front buttons, one to go back home and another button to see which applications have open.
They are definitely moving to the fullest HTC and ready to compete with the current market. Improving the camera relative to the previous HTC is remarkable and the latest Android make things much easier when using the phone. Made of polycarbonate, has a finish that, personally, seems more attractive than the Galaxy SIII. Available in two colors: white and black. A cell phone that also stands out for its lightness: only 130 grams.