A Brief Introduction of HTC One X Hardware and Display

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The One X features a NVIDIA Tegra 3 system on a chip with a 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore CPU, 1 GB of RAM; a 1,800 mAh battery, a dual-band 802.11n WiFi radio, Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX, GPS, NFC, and 16 & 32 GB of internal storage. The phone does not feature external storage. The One X also features a standard array of sensors including a digital compass, proximity sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer and ambient light sensor. HTC Desire 816

The One X has three physical keys; a power button on the top and higher and lower volume buttons on the right side. On the front of the One X are three capacitive touch keys for the Back, Home, and Recent Application functions. On the left side of the One X is a Micro USB 2.0 port. This port doubles as a MHL interface, allowing the One X to output 1080p content to an external display via HDMI through the use of an adapter. A 3.5 mm headphone jack is located on the top of the One X as well as one of the two stereo microphones. The second microphone is located on the bottom. HTC One Mini…

The One X has two speakers, a loudspeaker on the rear of the phone and a speaker above the front display, serving as the earpiece. The front speaker grill also houses the notification LED, which flashes green for notifications, flashes red for low battery, and illuminates red when the phone is charging. The rear of the One X has the raised camera dome, and the flash for the accompanying camera. In addition, another distinguishing feature of the rear of the One X is the five charging pins or “Pogo Pins”. On the AT&T variant of the One X, and the One X+, AT&T has moved these pins to a different position, resulting in the AT&T models being incompatible with the vast majority of accessories that make use of these charging pins. DVD RIPPING SOFTWARE

The One X features a 4.7-inch (120 mm) 1,280×720 pixel (RGB matrix) Super LCD 2 display, with a pixel density of 312 pixels per inch, covered by a single pane of Corning Gorilla Glass 2.0. In a review by The Verge, Chris Ziegler writes that the “One X’s display is, without a hint of hyperbole, the best I’ve ever seen on a phone. Full stop. Seriously, I’m struggling to find fault with it in any way: it’s got a near-perfect 180 degree viewing angle and perhaps the most accurate color reproduction and color temperature available”. Brent Rose of Gizmodo writes, “By the beard of Zeus, the screen! The 4.7-inch Super LCD2 is simply the best screen on a mobile device. Ever.”Myriam Joire of Engadget writes, “On the non-PenTile One X, colors seemed more natural and the whites were whiter than on AMOLED devices like the Galaxy Nexus.” The All New One HTC…