Five good reasons to get HTC One X

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Five good reasons to get HTC One X

HTC announced the One X smartphone recently. This device will be launched in India in the first week of April. It will have the Android 4.0 ICS operating system. If you are interested in grabbing this device, here are five features that will impress you.

  1. Great Camera: It has an 8 MP camera that can take photos with a resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels. It has the high definition 1080p video recording. The videos are recorded @30 fps. The camera is equipped with other common feature like smile and face detection. It also has the geo-tagging feature.

  2. Display: One X has a 4.7 inch Super IPS LCD2 capacitive touchscreen display. This has a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, 312 ppi pixel density. It has the Corning Gorilla Glass that is scratch resistant.

  3. Music Experience: It has the Beats Audio technology. This integrated technology enhances the listening experience even when normal earphones are used. The in-built HTC Media Manager automatically installed itself when connected to a computer. It is easy to transfer the songs, playlists and artists from the music library including iTunes.

  4. Dropbox: HTC offers the users 25 GB storage space in the Dropbox account. This cloud based storage service is free for about two years. This should definitely impress you even if the others didn't.

  5. Media Link HD: HTC Media Link accessory and the three finger swipe allows you to play the content or games on the TV screen or projector through the HDMI. Based on the task, the Media Link HD allows the TV screen to work either as mirror site or extended desktop. However, this accessory has to be purchased separately.

This great gadget will be available for a price in India of Rs 35,000 approximately. Its sales is expected to debut on April 2nd.

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