HTC One X – Earliest Quad-core phone


The quest to be the first quad-core phone is one that is taken by many but it seems that the winner has already been found. The HTC One X is powered by a quad-core processor with two variants. The international version of it uses the Tegra 3 processor whilst the one in the United States will sport a Quadcomm S4 processor as the latter works with the country’s 4G LTE network.

In any case, both of the variants have a 1.5GHz quad-core processor and is powered by the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0.3. As far as the memory is concerned, it comes with a gigabyte of RAM and has a storage space of 32GB for the international version and 16GB for the US version. However, you can also expand it even further with the help of a microSD card. The screen itself is a Corning Gorilla Glass 4.7 inch with a resolution of 1280×720. It utilizes the Super LCD 2 technology which gives it a vibrant display of color.

The HTC One X has NFC support by default and is already available in a few countries around the world. There has yet to be a price tag on the market in the United States but it is definitely a phone worth looking at.

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