Breaking: HTC One X Announced At MWC
HTC just announced the their One lineup and here comes the One X. The device comes with a quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, Android 4.0, Sense 4.0 overlay, NFC and 32GB built-in storage all behind a 4.7″ 1280 x 720 SuperLCD. It will also feature a f/2.0 camera lens and an 8mp backside-illuminated sensor.
The main priority with the One series that HTC seems to be focused on is the camera. The camera is set to open in a stunning 0.7 seconds and autofocus in 0.2 seconds. Who wouldn’t like to capture that important picture in less time that it takes to blink? It also features burst mode. Just hold the shutter button on the screen and you’re there. No having to cut thru the menu or options. The device will not feature a physical camera/shutter button though. You can also switch from photos to video right on the same screen. A feature i’ve wanted on a phone is being able to snap images while recording a video. With the One X you can now do that as well.
It comes with 32GB built-in storage but no microSD slot sadly. HTC looks to fix that by giving you 50GB with Dropbox for 2yrs. It also intergrated Beats Audio with all applications on the device. HTC Sync has also been updated to sync wirelessly with Windows Media Player and iTunes.
Along with no microSD slot, you no longer have access to the battery and they will also be using a micro SIM card now. It’s said to be released in Europe in April. All other countries are said to be within 60 days of them announcing it today. What do you think of the HTC One X? Looking to upgrade to it? Thoughts on the use of micro SIM and no microSD slot? Let us know below guys!
HTC First Look At The One X: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tFdInvU1w4Y