HTC today unveiled the Desire X, an affordable smartphone with a dual-core 1Ghz processor and equipped with Beats Audio.
HTC has unveiled the HTC Desire X, an affordable smartphone with a great camera and sound and a powerful processor. Tuned with HTC Beats Audio, this device uses a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor and social features that enables users to stay better connected.
With the inclusion of HTC Sense and Android 4.0, every individual’s experience is completely personal. The 4″ super LCD WVGA screen on the HTC Desire X with increased viewing angle also means that everything will appear in vivid colour and with amazing clarity.
Perfect for point-and-shoot spontaneity, the 5 megapixel camera on the HTC Desire X takes fantastic photographs, even in challenging low-light conditions, thanks to HTC’s proprietary ImageChip, a f/2.0, 28mm wide-angle lens, BSI sensor, HDR mode and automatic adjustable flash. When capturing content you won’t need to choose between video or photos again, with VideoPic you can to take video and stills at the same time. This smartphone can even record the most fleeting of moments with superfast activation (within 1 second) and auto focus with Always Focus. What’s more, one-press Continuous Shooting allows you to capture multiple photos of fast-paced action, be it a medal-winning sprint or the family dog.
Saving and sharing photos, videos and files is easy on HTC Desire X with one touch you can instantly share content with your friends and family via email, text or social networks. Dropbox integration also gives you 25GB of free online storage for two years.
Delivering deep bass and richer, more powerful sound, integrated Beats Audio on the HTC Desire X makes you feel like you are actually hearing your music in the studio. With Beats headphones, you can also enjoy a superior listening experience thanks to HTC Desire X specifically tuned audio profiles. What’s more, the phone also supports High Definition wireless audio through Bluetooth.
HTC Desire X will be available in selected markets across EMEA and Asia Pacific from September 2012.