HTC Introduces New HTC One Line of Smartphones

Where MWC brought several announcements from different mobile makers, HTC also announced a new flagship Android smartphone, named the HTC One X.

We have seen a lot of announcements made by major mobile manufacturers prior to the official start of MWC, including Samsung, LG and Sony. HTC also had its share in the end to announce its new line of smartphones at the event in Barcelona.

The HTC One X, the first in a new line of smartphones called HTC One, announced by the CEO of HTC Peter Chou. The device features a 4.7-inch screen and a quad-core Tegra 3 processor enclosed within a polycarbonate white shell.

HTC also introduced a widely improved camera experience with Image Sense. The camera captures photos quickly, taking just 0.7 seconds. It also boasts off 8-megapixel camera featuring an f/2.0 lens that takes more light than any other available HTC smartphone’s camera. It also shows good results where light is not favorable, all credit goes to its HDR algorithm.

HTC One X clearly beats an iPhone 4S in an on-screen comparison with the photos taken with both the devices. We might have soon a statement or two over this by Apple for sure.

The company packaging a pack of additional features with the device – 25GB of free Dropbox-powered storage, Beats Audio sound (HTC purchased Beats Audio back in August last year) and a feature named Media Link responsible for taking your photos and videos from the smartphone to the TV, using a special device, with a three-finger swipe on the screen.

In addition to HTC One X, the company has also announced two relatively lower specs models, including the HTC One S and the HTC One V.

All these devices are expected to be shipped within the couple of months – most probably by April.

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