HTC unveils first quad-core smartphone One X


Taiwanese brand HTC has exposed its first quad core smartphone hoping that this could revive their dwindling market. The HTC One X is the latest version of the HTC Sense.

Previously named HTC Edge, the quad core technology being employed by this device is a 1.5 GHz chipset with Nvidia Tegra 3 and has a 4.7 inch Super LCD Gorilla Glass display with a 32 GB internal memory.

Unfortunately for you memory freaks out there, the One X doesn’t have a microSD slot.

It’s camera packs a mean 8MP punch and flash. It promises to have a better shot during low lighting conditions. It also carries with it the famed Ice Cream Sandwich.

The scroll-down app menu was removed replaced by a page-by-page approach. For music freaks, this smartphone has the Beats audio enhancement tool so that you will have a better listening experience.

The aluminum body is long gone replaced by a polycarbonate chassis which is lighter than the previous version. Microdrilling was used for speaker grilles and a high gloss side panel intended to complement the soft-touch back.

Though the price for the One X was not unveiled as well as the carriers that will be releasing it, still the tension was built up by HTC forcing people to not cease thinking and wanting to have a piece of this promising unit.