Hands on with HTC's One X

First look at HTC's flagship.

By on Apr 4, 2012
HTC's flagship One X phone was officially launched to Australia last night, after Optus, Virgin and Vodafone unveiled individual pricing last week.
HTC is talking up the One X's camera- it shoots up to 99 continuous shots at 4 frames per second. The 8 megapixel rear camera has auto focus, smart LED flash, and BSI sensor, with 1080p HD video recording. The front boasts 1.3 megapixels with 720p for video chat. The handset has a 9.3mm thin polycarbonate unibody, weighing 130 grams.
It sports a 1.5Ghz Tegra 3 quad-core processor, running Android's 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich HTC Sense 4, with 32GB of storage. Beats Audio is integrated.
The HTC One X comes with NFC compatibility, recognising chips such as the one set up in our HTC wristband, pre-loaded to launch the CRN website. NFC has not yet taken off in Australia as it has in the US, at the moment limited mostly to phone-to-phone communication.
The One X is slightly bigger than the market-leading iPhone, with a 4.7inch LCD display and 1280 x 720 resolution.

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