Quad-core processor phone, HTC One X, in the house

Posted by Mister Mobility

By a stroke of unexpected events, we have in our hands the HTC One X, one of the first quad-core processor smartphones, and a review is on its way.


In the meantime, a few details about the phone.

It has a 1.5 GHz, quad-core processor, a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 pixel resolution touchscreen, and runs Android™ 4.0 with HTC Sense™ 4. There’s NFC and an 8 megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording. HTC also say that it has got a polycarbonate unibody.

This is the first 4.7-inch smartphone that I am reviewing. The HTC HD7 and Samsung Galaxy S II come next at 4.3-inch displays. This looks to be an interesting device, So hang around. Let me know what you think and any specific things you want me to mention in the review.


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19 comments

  1. Most of this phones has almost the same functions till then we are expecting it.

  2. Wow!This phone is one of my dream Android phones (the others are Sony Xperia S & Samsung G3). I ll be mostly interested in its multimedia and connectivty features/capabilties. And pls lets have an idea of its price range & availabilty in Nigeria.

  3. Beautiful. I saw this post in Facebook and had to run here straight. I have been reading about how this HTC one X stack up with the newly announced Samsung galaxy s3. I.will be upgrading to either of these two devices. But since we don’t have the sgs3 in the house yet, Mr Mobility, can you be generous enough to comparisons with your galaxy s2? I use the sgs2 with ICS and will want to know how much difference there is between it and the HTC One X. Thank you.

  4. This is simply Gr8! I just read how the HTC One X compares with the Samsung Galaxy S III. Yes, this is a behemoth of a device. And I would damn love to see the review from the master himself.

    My next upgrade should be either this or the SGSIII. Or the Nokia Pureview 808! That is if it is available and supported by Nokia in Nigeria!

  5. After playing with one the other day I was going to tweet “I’ve seen the future…and the future is ICS on a 4.7″ screen”.

    It was a beautiful device, the interface is lovely. The format is definitely a step away from the traditional shaped phones we’ve had for a while (kind of reminds me of a surfboard because of its size).

  6. Interesting! Waiting for the review anxiously.

    Two weeks ago, I was DSCL to pick the BlackBerry Playbook and saw this at store counter. I asked the store man to let me hold and feel the phone and he obliged. I liked the big screen, slim-fit and diet weight but the price made me return it back to him, very gently.

  7. yeah brym, what’s the price? if its too expensive here I will just get it myself from abroad. Naija retailers like milking us. The HTC One X is to cost less than the sgs3. But yet to decide on which to upgrade to btw the two.

  8. I love HTC fones but my problem with them is that most of them come with locked bootloader which makes it hard to use custom toms. Sticking with Samsung.
    The screen size is still small compared with the note.
    Waiting for the reviews tho.

  9. @Tosh, you are right about the bootloaders. HTC even came out some days ago to refute the allegation that they locked that of the HTC One X. They blamed it on the US Carriers. So, I think the international version should have its bootloaders unlocked. I won’t go near any device with locked bootloaders. But battery is better on Samsung galaxy S3 by far. That is a strong point for me .

  10. The price then was N105K, it is N102K now.

    Realy not a bad intro price for a flagship HTC device.

  11. I just want to know when it’s hitting mobility and if the review phone would be up for sale after the review.*winks*

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