HTC One X for Rs. 33990 to Give Tough Competition to Samsung Galaxy S3

It has been raining cats and dogs since morning. From my balcony I can see the green blades of pine trees enveloped in the tiny water droplets and clouds hung beautifully in the bosom of the cavernous valley. The sky has turned sapphire blue and an exotic group of birds is flocking in my little garden. It undoubtedly is beautiful and enigmatic sight which is worth capturing. Now it is not always that you carry your cameras around to click such picturesque views. It is at these times a phone with  a great camera comes handy and when I say’ phone with a great camera’ the name that immediately comes to my mind is ‘HTC One X’, the latest to come out of the HTC’s hive.  So, let’s take a look at this stunner of a phone whose 8 mega pixel camera is the talk of the town.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HTC one X runs on a strong quad core processor coupled with HTC smart sense that makes sliding through the user interface a breeze. You will be amazed at the speed at which you will be able to multitask on the One X. It is unimaginable.

Engineered to run on latest operating system Ice Cream Sandwich HTC one X is one of its kind amidst the other HTC offerings.  It is not only the Operating System which makes it unique but itssmooth lines and unibody design makes it a class apart. It goes without saying that HTC one X is one of the best looking phones in the market today.

The 8 megapixel camera of One X lets you capture every moment as a crisp, vivid, beautiful photo that you will cherish forever. The camera not only takes spectacular photos in the day light but one  of the unique features of HTC one X camera is that it lets you capture magnificent photos  and videos even in low light conditions. (Now you know why HTC one X’s image conjured up in my mind  while  looking at the scenery from my balcony)

Those of you who love listening to music on their phone, HTC one X with Beats Audio™ lets you experience the incredible authentic, deep sound with true, fine details.

Though HTC one X is one hell of phone its super IPS LCD 2 technology lacks the vivid color reproduction of Samsung’s Super AMOLED range. Having said that, it still has a pixel density (screen sharpness) that rivals the iPhone 4S and does it on a screen that’s over an inch larger.

So here it is, the HTC One X for you.

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