The music and video player is pretty much the same as the one you get in the One X. The music player now integrates Sound Hound, Tune-in Radio and 7 Digital music store. Beats Audio is present, which does a decent job of enhancing the sound, however, it can never be compared to the Wolfson audio chip in the S III, which is in a league of its own. Sadly, HTC's done away with other enhancements like equalizer presets. The music player is easy to use and there’s even a lockscreen widget so you can control your music without unlocking your phone.
Good media performance
Plenty of bundled apps to play around with
As slim as they come
Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
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