Now, you can stop desiring for the much awaited HTC Desire X Smartphone, the same one that was unveiled in August at the IFA 2012 event held in Berlin. The phone is sculpted in HTC's signature fashion, but the features are the real dope.
Size doesn’t matter when it comes to HTC’s optimism with the dimensions of their phones, but that’s cool because there are many out there who prefer something inexpensive and hand sized. Besides, those of you who are fans of Flipkart’s quick delivery service can buy it off them for Rs. 19,799.
Take a look at the features:
· The Desire X has a 4 inch super LCD display with a resolution count of 800 by 480 pixels.
· It weighs 114g when the battery is fitted.
· The phone has a dual-core processor that runs at a frequency measure of 1 GHZ.
· It is an Android phone, using the Ice-Cream Sandwich operating system or Android 4.0.
· The memory is well distributed, with the added advantage of Dropbox that guarantees 25 GB free online storage for 2 years. Besides, 4 GB internal memory plus a micro-SD card slot and 768 MB RAM.
· HTC also gives you a satisfactory shooting experience through a 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and an LED flash. However, no front camera.
Here is what the tech Magazines are saying:
“If you own an HTC Desire or Wildfire, which is much loved but getting towards the end of its useful life, HTC has lined up an affordable mid-range replacement for your beloved 'droid with a bit more oomph.”
“In an attempt to snaffle the legions of ex-HTC Desire users with a more budget model, HTC has announced the Desire X.”
HTC Desire X may not be in the big league of Samsung Galaxy Note II or even the “longer” iPhone 5 but it does hold a torch to the smart phones in its category. So if you’re in the market for a budget phone, we think this is quite a smart buy.