Announced Oct 18, 2012 •
4.7 screen | 8 megapixels (rear) | 1 megapixels (front)
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Reviewed Oct 22, 2012
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Announced Oct 18, 2012

Manufacturer description: Brace yourself for lightning-fast web browsing, remarkable picture quality and seamless gaming visuals thanks to the powerful quad-core processor. You’ll love the minimalist design and the camera that captures every moment (even in low light) with crisp, vivid, beautiful photos. It also lets you take a photo while shooting HD video.

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Review, Oct 22, 2012
Quick specs
OS Google Android
OS Version 4
Front camera effective pixels 1 megapixels
Rear camera effective pixels 8 megapixels
Rear camera resolution 3264 x 2448
Rear camera focal length 28 mm
Rear camera aperture 2
Camera physical shutter release No
Camera image stabilization No
Video camera recording format 1920 x 1080 (30fps), 1280 x 720 (30fps)
LCD size 4.7
Built in memory 32GB
Weight 130 g (4.59 oz)
Dimensions 134 x 70 x 9 mm (5.28 x 2.76 x 0.35)

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Our review

The HTC One X has much to offer the photo enthusiast who wants pre- and post-exposure image control without buying third party apps. Camera operation is quick and responsive and the 4.7 inch display is a pleasure to use. The biggest flaw is mediocre low-ISO image quality which is not quite on par with the likes of the iPhone 5 and far from the class-leading Nokia 808. And the lack of a physical shutter button makes the picture-taking process more awkward than it needs to be.

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