#mwc12 – First look at HTC One X (video)

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The HTC One X smartphone

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HTC UK’s Phil Robertson takes us through the features on the the new One Series X smartphone that will debut in April.

Powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 mobile processor and an LTE-enabled Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, the quad-core device has a large, 4.7-inch, 720p HD screen and contoured Corning Gorilla Glass.

The sleek, 7.9mm device has a polycarbonate body that uses the same materials as ice hockey helmets. It is coated in microarc oxidation originally developed for use in satellites.

Its sister devices, the One S and One V, will have 4.3-inch screens.

First look at the new HTC One X smartphone at the Mobile World Congress 

The devices will run on an Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) OS and will have the HTC Sense 4 user interface.

In addition, the new smartphones will come with a range of cloud-based music services for users to choose to buy music from, including 7Digital, and a deal between HTC and Dropbox provides users with 25GB of free Dropbox space for two years.

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#mwc12 – Nokia reveals smartphone with 41-megapixel camera

#mwc12 – Facebook reveals one ‘Ringmark’ to unite them all on mobile

#mwc12 – Microsoft working on sub-US$200 price point for Windows Phones

#mwc12 – Wireless sharing tech to debut alongside HTC One in April

#mwc12 – Telefónica and Mozilla pioneer smartphones built on HTML 5

#mwc12 – Sony unveils new Android UI with Xperia P and U smartphones

#mwc12 – Telefónica shows off download speeds of 100Mbps via LTE

#mwc12 – Samsung unveils new Galaxy Beam and Tab 2 series

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