HTC One X Video Review
Bluetooth 1 Apr 2012

HTC announced it’s availability of the new HTC One X on 2 Apr 2012 (tomorrow). We are delighted to be able to try out this amazing phone at the HTC One World Event held at Marina Bay Sands Hall Press Event.

When we first looked at the exterior of the HTC One X, we were attracted by it’s polycabonate unibody. It just look spectacular in it’s own. Powered by the NVIDIA Tegra 3 mobile processor at 1.5GHz, it gives the phone a speed boost with the multi core GPU. It is powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.

The screen is exceptionally sharp and white is definitely white and not grey to the eyes. Reading from the screen is a pleasure as it has a 4.7″ 720p HD screen crafted from contoured Corning Gorilla Glass.

As it is a smartphone with multimedia as focus, the HTC One X comes with an amazing camera and audio playback. With ImageSense HTC One is able to compete with digital camera with it’s fast speed ImageChip and lens. In merely 0.7s, you can take a shot without missing out the important scenes. The phone is also capable of doing sperfast capture at 0.2secs auto focus by holding the shutter button.

The f/2.0 lens is also capable of capture at low light or even no light. It also includes HDR for taking photos at varying levels of brightness.

With Video Pic, you can capture a photo and video shoot at the same time. You can rewind the video, and take a shot you missed in the video capture too.

You can also share photos and videos with Dropbox as it is integrated with HTC Sense. Most importantly, you can now share your contents, play games, read emails via HTC Media Link HD (See video 2 on page 2). It is definitely easier to configure than any others in the market.

As for audio, it has Beats by Dr. Dre integrated. With HTC Sync Manager, you can sync with iTunes or Windows Media Player. You can also listen to streaming internet radio station on the move with the car stereo clip.

On page 2, we will show you how easy HTC Media Link HD works.


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