Total Pageviews

Friday, 7 June 2013

HTC Desire X: A Thorough Review

All year round there are numerous smartphones that are introduced worldwide by various mobile companies...
All year round there are numerous smartphones that are introduced worldwide by various mobile companies. Because of the continuing increase of consumers who opt to buy smartphones, there is no doubt that cellular phone manufacturers also see to it that their products will not only be marketable, but should also see to it that their brand name is on top and above all the other brand producers. Among the top ten mobile manufacturers is the High Tech Computer Corporation or more commonly known as HTC, and one of their latest innovative smartphones is the HTC Desire X which was released and commercially made available to the public in October 2012.
Design & Display. HTC smartphones does not use the slogan “quietly brilliant” for nothing. These words immediately describe what an HTC Desire X smartphone is and should be. This handset is available in white and black colours only and carries with it a normal sized SIM card. With a 4.67 x 2.45 x 0.37 inch dimension and 114g weight, the HTC Desire X can already be easily maneuvered with one hand. One can relish distinct clear screen display even under sunlight with the 4-inch super LCD capacitive HTC Sense multi-touch screen. Using a number of applications at the same time can also be enjoyed with a powerful 1GHz dual-core high speed processor.
Memory & Data. A not so impressive internal memory of 4GB and 768 RAM is built in this unit, yet there’s nothing to worry about because with the use of Dropbox directly integrated to the HTC Sense, one can instantly get another 25GB of Dropbox space which is free for two years. A MicroSD card slot is also provided for the external memory and is expandable up to 32GB.
Camera. This handset is equipped with a primary 5 megapixel camera, allowing you take photographs. Although there is no front facing camera provided for in this unit, the camera comes along with some added features like the LED flash, BSI sensor for low-light photos, dedicated HTC image chip, one press continuous shooting, and the smart flash to mechanically set the distance to subject.
Sound. The HTC Desire X is an ideal smartphone for music lovers. It has a built in Beats Audio Studio Quality which enhances the rich, original content of the music being played. The exclusive music hub of HTCcan support almost all the formats of audio.
Battery. This unit is packed with a standard 1650mAh lithium ion battery which provides enough power to last for at least one day. It has an estimated standby time of 750 hours and talk time of at least 10hours.
The HTC Desire X may be smaller than the other high end HTC smartphones, but it would not be left behind when it comes to functionality. This amazing handset will not get out dated immediately with the Android operating system or the 4.0 version of the Ice Cream Sandwich because its hardware can capacitate and can still be upgraded to the latest operating system such as the Jelly Bean. We also tested out third-party services integration by running the device on our RingCentral telephone service provider and it worked flawlessly.
Pros and Cons
  • SupermultitouchLCD screen is highly responsive.
  • Screen can be seen even under sunlight.
  • Built in Beats Audio.
  • Upgradable operating system to Jelly Bean.
  • No front facing camera.
  • Lesser internal space compared to other HTC smartphones
To sum it all up, the HTC Desire X is indeed a powerful smartphone. The hardware can not only perform in a fast speed but it also permits the OS to be upgraded and keep upwith the android updates.The HTC Desire X is definitely another unique smartphone that can easily blend to anyone’s taste.


Post a Comment