- Page 1HTC One X
- Page 2 Screen and Performance
- Page 3 Android 4.0 / HTC Sense Interface
- Page 4 Calling, Contacts, Messaging and Internet
- Page 5 Camera and Video
- Page 6 Multimedia, Beats Audio, Dropbox and Verdict
- Page 7 Camera Samples
On a dull day the HTC One X’s camera struggles to pull out much colour
And the HDR mode just looks a bit odd.
Though there’s still a lack of colour, the panorama mode works brilliantly.
On a brighter day, colours jump out a bit more, though dynamic range is still very limited.
Touch to focus lets you pinpoint objects like this closeup flower.
Some fun effects really bring your photos to life.
Taken in a pitch black room with cupboards around 2.5m away – At range the single LED struggles, but just about does enough.
Taken in a pitch black room with cupboards from around 50cm away – Come closer and the LED is plenty powerful enough, and allows for sharp focussing.
Changes in lighting at around 20seconds demonstrate the ability to touch the screen during filming to adjust the focus and exposure point.
HTC One X Slow Motion mode
Score in detail
Screen Quality 10
|Operating System||Android OS|
|Available Colours||Gray, White|
|Screen Size (inches) (Inch)||4.7in|
|Screen Resolution||720 x 1280|
|Internal Storage (Gigabyte)||32GB|
|Camera (Megapixel)||8 Megapixel|
|Front Facing Camera (Megapixel)||1.3 MP, 720p Megapixel|
|Camera Flash||1 x LED|
|Bluetooth||Yes, v4.0 with A2DP|
|WiFi||Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi hotspot|
|3G/4G||HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100|
|3.5mm Headphone Jack||Yes|
Processor and Internal Specs
|CPU||Quad-core 1.5 GHz (global) or dual-core 1.5 GHz (USA)|
|App Store||Yes, Google Play|