HTC One X /Quad Core 1.5Ghz Tegra 3/720p/8mp f2.0 Camera

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  1. 2SHY

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    HTC One X has been released

    Link here.

    Specifications:

    1. Quad Core SoC 1.5Ghz Tegra 3
    2. 4.7" 720p
    3. 8mp f2.0 Camera
    4. 32gb Built-In Storage
    5. 25gb Dropbox online storage for 2 years.
    6. NFC
    7. 1Gb ram
    8. Beats Audio

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    My next phone.

    Source for photos
    Official Source
     
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  2. hosh0

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    Ship Q1 and still on gingerbread? WTF HTC used to be the most up to date android maker out there. Really dissapointed to see this... Had they ditched GB and gone straight to ICS we would have seen no buttons on the bottom as well.
     
  3. Gruggy

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    Why does a phone need quad-core?
     
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    Man it's ugly. I'm hating the recent HTC designs. The new Motorola Droid RAZR, on the other hand, looks sweet.

    But but but...Tegra 3!

    It is interesting that HTC have finally decided to wean themselves off pure Qualcomm designs.
     
  6. Wozzernux

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    Because quad core phone. :thumbup:
     
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    woohoo that's more like it, HTC is going to rain some hell on Samsung


    because you get 4... for the price of one!!! (sorry too much russell peters)
     
  8. geoff_tewierik

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    Interesting. Wonder what their first ICS build will look like. 4.7" screen, but smaller overall size due to lack of buttons?
     
  9. hak

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    did you click on the article? it still has buttons, but I hope not
     
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    glad to see HTC has finally ditched qualcomm as their only chipset supplier.

    this could well tilt me back to HTC from samsung. love HTC sense, hated the fact that their cameras and other bits of hardware were often not up to scratch with samsung's offerings.
     
  12. theDarkHorse

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    I'd still like to see HTC evolve their design language, it's getting a little staid to my tastes. But otherwise, yes, glad to see HTC do something other than Qualcomm. Even if it was Texas Instruments, or even ST-Ericsson or something.
     
  13. hosh0

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    I love HTC's unibody design, I think it is head and shoulders above anything anyone else is doing...
     
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    After all this time, people still look at release software and complain? It hasnt stopped them in the past. HD2 released with WM6.5 and runs the latest android without issue, if not faster than the current offerings of phones out there. This phone will follow the same as they all do and ICS will most likely get ported at some point.
     
  15. Oppressa

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    Too... many... good... phones!

    Will see how my Galaxy Nexus goes when it finally arrives but have been waiting for HTC's next legion of phones (prefer HTC's builds and software to Samsung). So may just have to sell in a few months LOL
     
  16. theDarkHorse

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    Don't get me wrong, I love the build quality of the HTCs compared to something like the Samsungs and LGs of the world, and part of that is their unibody construction in some phones, but I think the visual design is getting a bit ... boring. I'm having trouble telling their phones apart these days. Is that a Desire HD? Or a Sensation? Or a Sensation XE? XL? Titan? HD7?

    Perhaps I'd just like them to be a little more adventurous in their designs, for example something like the Dell Venue Pro, or some of the newer Motorola designs.
     
  17. hosh0

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    Yeah but if it's based for GB then it will have physical buttons, where as ICS phones won't..
     
  18. bl4ck32

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    phones will always need buttons. Cant rely on a screen to hang up a call if it plays up..?
     
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    Hmmm good point altho galaxy nexus doesn't... I just hope it has ICS and buttons tho. Otherwise it's a no from me...
     
  20. hosh0

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    If the OS I am using is designed to be on screen only then I don't want the buttons. And if your phone is playing up how exactly are you ending a call using a home, menu, back and search button??
     

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