HTC refreshes its flagship Android device, meet One X+
The original HTC One X was released in the not-so-distant early 2012 as one of the first quad-core android smartphones. The phone had its share of problems, including the infamous WiFi bug, but it was still very well received by critics and users alike. Unfortunately, HTC One X failed to establish a strong presence on the market, mainly because of Samsung’s indisputable reign in the Android phone market that started in 2011.
It only took two years for the Taiwanese phone maker to slump from the leading Android manufacturer spot and lose its relevance dramatically.
Today, HTC has announced the new One X+ planning to unsettle the high-end smartphone market and to turn its fortunes while at it. To call HTC One X+ a completely new phone would be a a stretch. As the name suggests, this is a small refresh of a previous product, yet significant enough to put One X+ right at the top of Android’s current high-end devices. The improvements include a monstrous CPU – 1.7GHz Tegra 3, a slight bigger battery – 2100mAh, an expanded internal storage – 64GB and a new version of Sense built on top of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
HTC One X+ is a truly remarkable and perhaps the best multimedia device available today. The gorgeous 4.7″ Super LCD2 display with 720p resolution is enough to reproduce any content at the finest quality. Formats wise, an updated 1.7GHz Tegra 3 CPU is definitely enough to handle any variety of formats that can be thrown at it. Unfortunately, the software side is still lacking in HTC’s latest installments of Sense UI, as it’s format support is limited comparing to modern flagship devices from Samsung.
If you are lucky enough to own a One X+ already, there’s no need to wait for an update from HTC to enjoy various video formats on your phone.
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