HTC One X9 leaks
Like a bigger One A9.
HTC doesn't do smartphones by halves. The brilliant One X is proof positive. With a mighty quad-core processor, the latest Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android and a gorgeous 4.7-inch Pureview touchscreen, this is one of the highest-end handsets around. And with Beats by Dre audio smarts, it's brillant at music too.
The HTC One X is one of the most powerful smartphones around. And that's thanks to the mighty, 1.5GHz Tegra 3 quad-core processor it packs. This means you'll get lightning-fast browsing and multi-tasking. But that's not all. It also makes for much more responsive gaming and speedier downloads too.
Then there's the One X's fantastic screen. At 4.7-inches and featuring rich HD images, it's brilliant for browsing the web, watching videos on the go and viewing snaps. Especially those you've taken with the eight megapixel camera that's so good it handles low-light settings with ease and even allows you turn action shots into crisp snaps via the HTC ImageChip function.
Adding to this handset's media and entertainment smarts is that, like all the latest HTC phones, it features Beats by Dre audio technology. Usually reserved for the highest-end headphones, this allows the One X to offer deep, finely-detailed sound with the kind of fidelity that artists hear when they're in the studio.
Need a phone that's got customisation licked too? You've got it. The One X includes the option to customise your phone with shortcuts so that all your favourite apps are only ever a single finger stroke away and display live, relevant information even when in lockscreen mode.
Other features of this excellent phone include an up to the minute version of Android, a choice of tens of thousands of apps and games, free access to Dropbox to allow you to store files remotely and access them wherever you are. Also on board is NFC support for contactless payments and DLNA to enable you to wirelessly stream media from your phone to a compatible TV or computer
Like a bigger One A9.
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