HTC One X Getting Better Battery Life and Camera Standby Option after Receiving Minor Upgrade

By Gizbot Bureau

    HTC One X has received a small upgrade recently the international variant. Reportedly, the new upgrade brings in a better battery life and improvement in the functioning of camera. The reports from Unleash ThePhones show that HTC One X has been hit by new software update which improves the features of the phone.

    The size of the new update is just 3.42 MB and probably takes less than a minute to download and install depending on the network connectivity. There are too many cooks in the kitchen and with One X, S and V it looks like HTC has shooed off most of them back to the dining room.

    HTC One X Getting Better Battery Life and Camera Standby Option


    HTC One X is arguably the most important among the three phones with improved features. It is one of the most powerful devices with a 4.7-inch display, 1.5 quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, 32 GB storage and an 8-megapixel camera.

    Of course, all the specs put together it is a combination of software, hardware and the ecosystem. If a phone is to be rated based on its physical appearance, then One X will definitely win the crown. It is only a matter of time before the world finds out whether HTC One X will pass the test.

     If one is satisfied with the features and reviews of One X then One X+ is next in line getting maintenance updates in stages. Users who have not been notified about the update should check for it manually by going to Settings/About Phone/ Software Update/check now.


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