Updated 18 Jun, 2013, 12:44 pm IST
HTC One X+ launched in India for Rs 40,190
| by tech2 News Staff |
HTC today unveiled the HTC One X+ running the HTC Sense 4+ user interface (UI) on Android v4.1 Jelly Bean.
“We are taking the award-winning HTC One X to a new level with the introduction of the new HTC One X+,” said Faisal Siddiqui, Country Head, HTC India. “Our customers will have super-fast browsing, an even better camera and more immersive entertainment with Beats Audio.”
The HTC One X+ is powered by a 1.7GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 AP37 processor. The company claims that the HTC One X+ is 27 percent faster than the HTC One X. The HTC One X+ enables quicker web browsing, fluid gaming and graphic rendering, and speedy downloads.
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As per an official statement, the HTC One X+ houses a 2,100mAh battery, giving users up to 37 percent (4.7 hours) more talk time. In addition to 64GB of internal storage, the HTC One X+ also offers users 25GB of Dropbox storage free for two years, and supports expanded storage capabilities via USB.
Here's a quick look at the specs of the HTC One X+:
According to the statement by HTC, the newly launched Self Portrait mode on the front camera captures high quality photos by detecting the human face at various angles and applying enhancements to the skin and eyes. In the Sightseeing mode, one touch of the power button bypasses the lock screen and launches the camera. Two new Gallery views display images and videos, and group them according to the place and time at which they were taken.
Exclusively available on HTC smartphones is Beats Audio. Through Sense 4+, the HTC One X+ introduces a new Tap and Go function, which allows you to connect the phone and your music to Beats speakers.
HTC Connect and HTC Media Link HD expand media sharing and possibilities beyond your HTC smartphone. HTC Connect claims to set a new standard for streaming DLNA audio and video from your HTC One phone to platform-certified home entertainment systems from leading partners such as Pioneer.
With HTC Media Link HD, any HDMI-enabled TV can be used as a big screen, which can display content on your phone. A new digital photo frame feature can save and display up to 30 photos in slide show mode. HTC Media Link HD also supports a growing number of popular codecs including HTTP Live Streaming.
“HTC understands that your smartphone isn’t just a communications gadget, but also the linchpin of today’s multimedia lifestyle,” noted Lennard Hoornik, President, South Asia, HTC Corporation. “We’ve made sharing your music and video content easier, better and bigger than ever before in a social and interactive way, so enjoy!”
A new feature in the HTC One X+ is HTC Get Started, a new web service that guides the user through the set-up and personalisation process from a desktop web browser. The user's phone will then reflect the settings and apps that were chosen on the web.
The HTC One X+ is available in Stealth Black and Polar White at an MOP (Best Buy) of Rs 40,190 from November 2012 onwards in India.
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