Wanting a smartphone has becomes as natural as breathing in the 21st century, and like the 21st century air, the market is becoming increasingly clogged. It becomes ever more laborious to keep track of who’s making what, and whether it’s the most up-to-date version you can get. So here’s a handy little get-to-know of one of the latest available models of smartphone so that you can make a more balanced and informed choice.
HTC One X
HTC themselves are keen to acknowledge that their rise in the mobile phone industry has been a quietly determined one positioning themselves as purveyors of elegant, sophisticated handsets for the more discerning customer who isn’t simply gripped by iPhone fever or Galaxy mania as soon as the latest model hits the shelves. However, this is not to say that HTC’s handsets are by any means poor substitutes to these more heavyweight contenders. The One X is a beast of a smartphone boasting every high-spec add-on you’d expect, and a few you wouldn’t. It boasts the obligator 8Megapixel camera, which brilliantly is ready to shoot in less than a second, and can also record 1080HD video. In terms of sound, the HTC One X pulls a real ace from the deck by having its sound produced by award-winning Beats audio, and, it almost goes without saying for an HTC handset, is a joy to look at with a 4.7 inch touchscreen covered with Gorilla Glass that both resists damage and provides a glossy sheen to whatever you’re looking at. Internally the One X is also a serious player coming with 32GB memory as standard, and a 1.5GHZ processor. It runs the largest range of audio formats of any smartphone meaning if you’re a music junkie who likes to get your tracks from a range of different places the HTC One X may well be the right smartphone for you, find it over at http://www.dialaphone.co.uk/.