HTC One X Review
HTC One X Review – One XL is a variant of the X One, With the ever few differences. L here made the difference with less One X non L. Since L is a code for the LTE. This means that the HTC One XL supports LTE.Another difference is the processor. If X carries the Nvidia Tegra One 3, One XL brings dual-core Snapdragon S4 1.5 GHz processor. The rest same as X. One For example, the Android 4.0 operating system.
There’s also quadband HSPA+ and quadband GSM/EDGE, along with Bluetooth 4.0 with apt-X, WiFi a/b/g/n, NFC and microUSB with MHL-HDMI. You also get a 3.5mm headphone jack and a SIM slot – for a microSIM – though no microSD card slot. Sensors include gyro, g-sensor, a digital compass, proximity sensor and ambient light sensor.
The look of the One X is familiar from afar, but up close there are a number of unique details we really appreciate. For one thing, the handset’s unibody case is made from a single piece of polycarbonate so scratches won’t show at all. We also love the design of the handset; the One X is flat on top and on the bottom, but the curved look of the right and left edges on the phone create an optical illusion that makes the whole phone seem slightly concave like the Galaxy Nexus.
The rumors were true, everyone. After months of anticipation and speculation, the device once known as the HTC Edge (or Endeavor) has been officially revealed here at MWC as the HTC One X. The One X (called a “multimedia livewire” in the press release) has an 8-megapixel camera, 4.7-inc LCD display, and 1080p video recorder. The new One X runs Android with the HTC Sense 4 UI overlay ,for more detail specs from HTC One X