HTC One X9 leaks
Like a bigger One A9.
HTC's One smartphone is a brilliant and unique handset. With a live homescreen that puts social updates and the news that most interests you right where you want it, there's no better phone for keeping you in the loop. And with camera features that redefine smartphone photography and a gorgeous silver aluminium body, everything about this is premium quality.
Keen on social networking? Then the HTC One really has got your number. Simply choose your favourite news feeds and social networking sites and the One delivers a steady, constantly updating stream of information on your homescreen. Want to keep up with news about your favourite football team? No problem. Or maybe you want to see Tweets and Facebook updates from your friends and family? That's also easy to set up.
But that's not the only thing that the One makes easy. With its super-sensitive Ultrapixel camera that captures 300 per cent more light than rivals, this handset makes taking great photos simple too. But that's not all. You can also set the One to take up to 20 snaps and a three-second video every time you press 'shoot', which it will then display in a living gallery to bring your adventures to life. You can then add soundtracks and Instagram filters for some of the most creative pictorial mementos around.
The One excels as a media powerhouse too. Dual frontal stereo speakers and built-in amplifiers mean you'll enjoy lush sound quality when you're playing your favourite tunes. And amazingly, this game-changing phone also doubles as a remote control for your TV!
As you're sure to know by now, all Android phones are great for apps. That goes double for the HTC One. Not least because it runs the up-to-the-minute version of Google's operating system out of the box, so you'll be able to run all the latest games and apps.
Other features of the One include Sense Voice which detects loud noise and dynamically boosts the in-call volume to ensure you never miss a word, a 4.7-inch, Full HD 1080p, 468 PPI touchscreen, 32GB of storage, a secondary 2.1 megapixel camera with HD video recording for video calls and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600, quad-core, 1.7GHz processor.
Like a bigger One A9.
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