HTC One X+: The Understatement Of The Year

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You could be forgiven for thinking that the HTC One X+ has nothing to set it apart from other devices. Other than the soft touch back, it seems to be just another handset with rounded corners. However it actually packs a serious punch and what it really lacks is the marketing angle of its rivals including the Samsung Galaxy S3, iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia 920.

HTC One X+: a sleeper hit

Its power is hidden beneath the case. This is in the form of the Tegra 3 NVIDIA processor, the 1.7GHz chip that would make the device a computing drag racer.

So just who might want such large processing power in a handset? There isn’t anyone really who would need this much. However the same could be said from a 600 horsepower car. However people still want them and they buy them.

The HTC One X+ chip could come in very handy for playing games. Pictures would render faster and they would have more details. Those who buy the handset can head over to TegraZone, which is a site specifically for devices with the processor.

Of course this device isn’t only suitable for gamers. The HTC One X+ has the 4.7 inch display which test’s show it is just as good as the DROID DNA to the naked eye. It also comes with Android Jelly Bean 4.1 and NFC. This means that you can exchange photos with just a tap.

The HTC One X+ has Bluetooth aptX support so that high fidelity sound can be received.

The HTC One X+ camera is 8 megapixels and it has an F2 aperture, this means that it is better when it comes to low light than the majority of other smartphones. It comes with Beats Audio which is excellent for music.

You can get the HTC One X+ for $200 with AT&T and it is on a contract of two years.

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