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HTC One X Plus a Few Improvements

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Posted March 28, 2013 by DigitalMag.net in Smartphone
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Hardware: NVIDIA Tegra 3 AP 37 CPU, 1GB RAM, ULP GeForce 2 GPU, 4.7 inches @ 312ppi, Corning Gorilla Glass 2, 64GB storage, micro-SIM card, 2 100 mAh battery, 1.6 MP front cam (720p), 8MP base camera @ 3264x2448 (1080p)
 
Technology: Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, Super LCD 2 technology, 1280x720 pixel res, 16M colors, Beats Audio technology, wireless charging, 312ppi pixel density
 

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67 % faster quad-core CPU (1.7GHz), display, 64 GB storage, battery life, cameras, wireless charging, Gorilla Glass 2
 

What We Disliked:

No direct camera key
 
What We Thought

Find out exactly how HTC One X evolved into the X Plus version

by DigitalMag.net
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H

ey Guys, more is always better that’s why HTC added more to what’s already described as HTC’s best rated Android smartphone… this is how HTC One X plus appeared. As you probably have already figured by its name the One Plus smartphone comes as a bettered version of the HTC One X. Let’s take a closer look.

The One X plus is 67 % faster than its predecessor

The most essential improvement concerns the productivity. The One X plus is 67 % faster than its predecessor but that’s not the only thing that has been improved. Let’s check in what way this one excels the old one. The chipset inside the HTC One X Plus is NVIDIA Tegra 3 AP 37. The faster quad-core CPU clock speed brings 4 times 1.7GHz frequency in comparison to 1.5GHz in the older model. The CPU performance is accompanied by 1GB of system memory. The graphic processor here is ULP GeForce 2.

One X Plus is a one-color phone gadget. The phone has the typical for HTC exquisite design that incorporates curved edges and smooth lines. The rubberized back panel provides a comfortable and stable grip even when using the phone with one hand.

The faster quad-core CPU clock speed delivers 4×1.7GHz frequency

 The case is available in two colors: stealth black with red touch keys and polar white. The weight of the smartphone is 135g.

The screen dimensions have been preserved, that is 4.7 inches at 312ppi pixel density. The screen features Super LCD 2 technology and delivers 16M colors. The bright display panel delivers great picture rich in detail and painted with true-life colors. The resolution is 1280×720 pixels. Corning Gorilla Glass 2 protects the display from scratches. The internal storage has been increased from 32GB to 64GB, giving you plenty of space and freedom to use your phone.

HTC One X Plus also supports wireless charging

On this one you need to use a micro-SIM card. The ever-present beats audio technology is the sound enhancing technology here as well. The smartphone plays music loud enough and with a great quality.

What is better here is the battery unit, the 2 100 mAh battery on board provides a longer battery life, to be precise around 17 % more power on the board of One X Plus. That is around 12 and a half hours of talk time and around 360 hours in stand-by. Unlike the older version HTC One X Plus also supports wireless charging. A micro USB v2 is also available it serves as a charging port as well.

The rear facing camera has 8MP at 3264×2448 pixel resolution

 One of the best improvements on the One X Plus is the front camera. At 1.6 MP it now shoots a great quality images, worthy to compete even with the basic cameras of many smartphones. The rear facing camera has 8MP at 3264×2448 pixel resolution. It now offers many handy features like simultaneous HD video recording and image capturing, also touch focusing, geo-tagging and the really cool HDR effect, you can also adjust the white balance manually. The basic camera shoots video in 1080p and the front one in 720p.

The Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean is at your service on the HTC One X Plus.

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