HTC One X Video Review

Having a quad core processor in a phone is a rarity. HTC’s newest flagship, the HTC One X, is one of the first phones to feature Qualcomm’s fourth generation Snapdragon S4 CPU. This CPU is based on a new 28nm process. It’s also fast and power efficient. Combined with a 1.5GHz Tegra 3 processor, you’ll experience a snappy experience.

HTC One X Video Review

The HTC One X boasts a 4.7-inch HD (720p) display. The display is made from Corning Gorilla Glass and is designed to provide excellent viewing angles. It is protected by a polycarbonate white shell. The screen itself is incredibly sharp. It’s also bright. When switched off, the display looks sleek and attractive.

The HTC One X has a dual microphone setup. In addition, it also has a noise reduction system that can filter out ambient noise. This feature is great for incoming calls.

The HTC One X’s battery held up to moderate use. It held a 35% charge at bedtime and kept going through an entire day of moderate use. It has an 1800 mAh battery, which should last for a week. However, this is not enough to last through a full day of heavy use. Smart phones have always struggled with battery life. The large screen eats up a lot of power.

The HTC One X’s camera is pretty good. It has an 8 megapixel sensor, which is great for taking still images, as well as Full HD video. You can choose between HDR and panorama shooting modes. The camera also offers 0.2-second auto focus. It also has a fish-eye effect, which you can customize to change the angle of the image. You can also tap the screen to select focus, and the camera app is designed so that you can take photos while you record videos.

The HTC One X comes with HTC Sense 4.0, which adds significant enhancements to the image-making experience. You can choose to have separate video and shutter buttons, and you can also launch the camera app without unlocking the home screen. It also offers a rewind option and an HDR mode, which helps to capture better images.

You can also record video at a resolution of 1080p at 30 fps. You can also record audio during the recording process. The HTC One X’s audio is pretty good. It offers punchy bass and rich detail. When you’re listening to music, you should use headphones.

The HTC One X comes with 25GB of Dropbox storage, which you can extend up to two years. You’ll also have access to a wide array of apps. These include Instagram, Google Maps, Netflix, Facebook and more. You’ll also have access to the HTC Sync Manager, which helps you sync your photos, music and videos to your computer. You’ll also have access to the Windows Media Player and iTunes.

While the HTC One X is not as automatic as Apple’s iCloud solution, you can still share photos and videos with other devices. This feature works with both Android and iOS, and you can also share music and video with Dropbox.