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HTC One X revealed through leaks

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 24 Feb 2012 11:15 User comments (6)

HTC One X revealed through leaks HTC's next smartphones, expected to be launched at the Mobile World Congress event next week, have been leaked ahead of time.
The HTC One X will be the company's first quad-core smartphone, using a Tegra 3 processor. The device will also have a very large 4.7-inch "super bright" display, an 8MP camera and a thin form factor.

Furthermore, the device will have three menu buttons, each of which will correspond to their (usually) virtual Android 4.0 buttons (home, back and running apps).

The One X will be released along side the One V and One S, two mid-range devices focusing on Beats Audio and multimedia. The devices will run on Android 4.0 but have 1GHz dual-core processors, 5MP cameras and 4-inch (or smaller) displays.

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6 user comments

125.2.2012 02:35

My Next Phone :)))


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225.2.2012 10:09

I'd erase this post if I could. Didn't mean to double post. It's just that I didn't see my posting show up when I finished so I posted it again.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 25 Feb 2012 @ 10:14

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325.2.2012 10:13

Don't understand manufactuerers insistance on keeping these always visible capacitive buttons. Having owned the Galixy Nexus for awhile I think they look rather tacky. Google should make it law that all new phones running ICS have to transition to software buttons. haha

425.2.2012 10:58

Originally posted by 5fdpfan:
Don't understand manufactuerers insistance on keeping these always visible capacitive buttons. Having owned the Galixy Nexus for awhile I think they look rather tacky. Google should make it law that all new phones running ICS have to transition to software buttons. haha
But I love my buttons :(

525.2.2012 12:55

Originally posted by 5fdpfan:
Don't understand manufactuerers insistance on keeping these always visible capacitive buttons. Having owned the Galixy Nexus for awhile I think they look rather tacky. Google should make it law that all new phones running ICS have to transition to software buttons. haha
The reason for the "hardware" buttons is simple. Lets say said "software" for some unforeseen reason doesn't work correctly. Granted the buttons themselves are software driven. At least they are always there to be touched.

625.2.2012 13:14

Good specs, strange name.


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