All New HTC One Leaked Video Allegedly Shows All New Features In All Of Its Dual-Camera Glory


Leaked Video Allegedly Shows All New HTC One In All Of Its Dual-Camera Glory

A recently leaked video of HTC’s upcoming flagship smartphone, “The All New HTC One”, has given us a fair idea of how the smartphone will look like and what would be its technical specifications. The leaked video shows us a black AT&T variant of the All New HTC One, which is exactly similar to the one that we saw earlier in a different color. 

However, the original uploader committed the mistake of revealing some IMEI numbers, which were very much visible on the backside of the handset. This resulted in disclosing much information about the device, like which carrier has received a particular phone).

 Jeff Gordon, an HTC communications executive, has a word with the uploader, who has been recognized as Roshan Jamkatel, according to reports by UnleashThePhones. The revealing tweets have already been deleted, and Jamkatel is saying that the phone is ‘fake.’ This can be seen as an attempt Jamkatel to save himself from the fury of HTC. Gordon has said that HTC is presently carrying out investigation about the leak.

 HTC is scheduled to launch “The All New HTC One” on March 25 2014. The company recently launched a teaser video on YouTube mentioning the metallic body of the new HTC One. HTC earlier also released a teaser video in February on YouTube targeting towards an enhanced BoomSound feature in the All New HTC One.

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HTC One X vs Apple iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3—Will Blink Feed And Buddy Share Android Win Over iOS and Siri?

apple iphone 6 release date featuresHTC One X can be touted as a wonder baby from the HTC stable. However, we thought of pitting it against the real bulls in the business- Samsung Galaxy S3 and the Apple iPhone 5. In addition, once we flagged the combat to life, we found a thousand reasons to eye the three titans with skepticism. With the sleek iPhone slated to seduce performance wise, we thought the smooth and ravishing Galaxy S3 would lose out along with the metal-beefed HTC One X. However, a head-to-head bullet up left us confused as to who the winner is. 

 Can you decide? Here is all you need to know before jumping on to either compartment. Take a bow.

 HTC One X 

  • 4.7 incher screen
  • Super IPS capacitive display
  • Android v4.0
  • HTC Sense UI
  • 16 or 32 GB
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 8 MP main shutter
  • 1.3 MP secondary shutter
  • Blink Feed

 Apple iPhone 5 

  • 4-incher screen
  • Retina display
  • iOS 6
  • 8 MP main shutter
  • Less than one MP front shutter
  • Enhanced noise reduction
  • Touch-to-focus
  • 16 or 32 or 64GB memory
  • 1GB RAM
  • Siri
  • Lightning connector 

Samsung Galaxy S3 

  • 4.8-incher screen
  • HD Super AMOLED
  • 1280-by-720 pixels, 306 ppi
  • Android 4.1
  • 8 MP rear shutter
  • 2 MP front shutter
  • Touch-to-focus
  • Burst photography
  • 32 or  64GB memory                                                          
  • 2GB RAM
  • 10 hours, 20 minutes
  • S Beam
  • Buddy Share

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AT&T HTC One X+ Android 4.2.2 Set For Launch With Sense 5.0 Update

HTC One X+ owners across the country can look forward to the Android 4.2.2 with Sense 5.0 update following AT&T’s completion of the technical acceptance testing. Though it is not the latest version of Android, the update bundles NFC fixes and AT&T address book fixes.

 Post installing the Android 4.2.2 update, users of HTC One X+ will be presented with a new user interface, all thanks to Sense 5.0, video highlights, gallery and BlinkFeed among many other new features. However, due to hardware constraints, the update does not include HTC Zoe that captures video and images simultaneously. AT&T is rolling out the update in phases, but those impatient to update their HTC One X+ could try getting the update from the servers manually. Once the update is complete, the version number would be 2.15.502.1.

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HTC One Vs HTC One X+ Vs HTC One S: And The Best HTC Phone To Invest In Is…

HTC has been around for a while, and even though Samsung pretty much stole its thunder last year with its ever popular Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2, if you’re an avid HTC fan, here are a few of the best HTC phones out in the market now that you can pick from:

HTC One: HTC’s flagship smartphone for 2013 looks amazing and works even better. With an all-metal body giving it a slick and expensive look, it sure can be love at first sight for you when you glance at the HTC One. The phone has a 4.7-inch full HD display with a resolution of 468 ppi and is powered by a quad-core 1.7 GHz processor and 2 GB of RAM. But the best part about the phone has got to be its rear camera with HTC’s Ultrapixels technology to give you an amazing photography experience, right in your smartphone!

HTC One X+: Now, HTC may have ended up confusing a lot of its loyal customers last year by launching so many flagship smartphones, but the upgraded One X+ sure is a good buy. It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with a Sense 4+ UI overlay, is powered by a quad-core processor and has a lovely HD display. And then there’s the 32 GB of internal storage which makes it even more attractive.

HTC One S: For those of you who are budget conscious, the HTC One S makes for a sound buy. It’s got a decent Super AMOLED 4.3-inch screen and is powered by a dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM. An 8 MP rear camera is more than enough to satisfy the shutterbug in you. The only drawback – just 16 GB of internal storage and no microSD card support. But at least it’s an affordable smartphone!… Read the rest

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HTC M7 Vs HTC One X Vs Nokia Lumia 920: Would HTC Evolution Bring Back Its Mojo?

If it is the Xperia Z for Sony and the Lumia 920 for Nokia, it probably will be the M7 for HTC. We’re talking about how the latest flagship models could help revive the former leaders and bring them up in the very competitive smartphone market. While the One X launched last year did have remarkable specs, it didn’t exactly help HTC earn too much of profits.

Even though HTC was the first company to produce an Android smartphone, somewhere along the way, it lost out to players like Samsung. With every passing quarter, as new entrants arrive in the market with their Android smartphones, it’s only going to get tougher for this Taiwanese company to rise above the many competitors. But, we’re hoping that the M7 could be the perfect way to propel it forward.

With spectacular features like a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, this device could find quite a few takers. And even though it has only a 4.7-inch display, it may find enough buyers who need something more compact than the 5-inch giants like the Xperia Z. But it’s not just enough to make an amazing phone – HTC never had a problem with that. Even the HTC One X was a fabulous phone, which is similar in size to the upcoming M7, but less powerful with its 1.5 GHz quad-core processor and 1 GB of RAM.

To be able to sell more, we think HTC definitely needs to focus its energy on having an aggressive marketing campaign for its upcoming flagship to get noticed. It needs to shake off its apprehensions from its sinking performance and renew its confidence when launching the new M7. Also, instead of introducing so many models that end up confusing the consumer (Sony, are you also listening?), give it a solid recognizable name, a la Samsung. This will help consumers remember your handsets and hopefully pick them over those of your competitors.… Read the rest

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Huawei Ascend D2 Vs Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Vs HTC X+: Is Bigger Really Better?

It does seem like an unusual combination of devices to compare, but what we’re trying to do here is to see how some of the latest devices launched figure when pitted against the already existing bestsellers. That’s why we’ve decided to compare the freshly announced Huawei Ascend D2 against the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and HTC X+. After all, in terms of size, it does fit in right in the middle of these two contenders.

Huawei Ascend D2: This 5-inch phablet is literally a powerhouse, with its 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Quite unlike the Huawei brand which is known primarily for its affordability, this one without a doubt is as premium as you can expect. The display is an IPS Super Retina display with full HD and a resolution of 443 ppi. And the best thing about it – the Corning Glass screen is dust and water resistant too. To top it off, the Ascend D2 comes with a 13 MP camera that can even capture HD videos. 9.9 mm thick the Ascend D2 runs on a massive 3000 mAh battery – so game, browse, and do more for much longer time on the Android 4.1 interface.

HTC One X+: With a 4.7-inch display, this one’s more on the smartphone side, but don’t brush it off just yet. With a Super LCD2 display having a 312 ppi, it does manage to reproduce images quite vividly. Powered by a 1.7 GHz quad-core processor, the only letdown is its 1 GB of RAM. However, if you’re not into running very heavy apps, you wouldn’t know the difference. With a 2100 mAh battery, it is no match for the Galaxy Note 2 or Ascend D2 in terms of talk-time or standby but does manage to work for a decent amount of time nevertheless. The One X+ has been fitted with an 8MP rear camera and a 1.6 MP front-facing camera. It also comes with 64 GB of internal storage space, which is quite comfortable.

Samsung Galaxy Note 2: This one’s at the other extreme of the spectrum, with its gigantic 5.5-inch display. However, with a resolution of just 267 ppi, viewing isn’t as much of a pleasure as it is on the other two devices. However, dig deeper and you find sheer processing power, with a 1.6 GHz quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM, as well as 64 GB of internal storage. This one’s meant for quite a bit of heavy-lifting. The Galaxy Note 2 is also fitted with an 8MP rear camera, but its front-facing camera has a resolution of 1.9MP. Another huge advantage is its 3100 mAh battery, which keeps this phablet running for a long time on a single charge.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 vs. Nokia Lumia 920 vs. HTC One X+: Take Your Pick?

The present day consumer has a plethora of options before him, and naturally would be bound to get confused. If you’re window shopping for a brand new smartphone and are unsure of which one to get for yourself, here’s where you’ll find all the information you need to make the right decision. We take a look today at the flagship models of Samsung, Nokia and HTC on offer and break down the pros and cons of each of their features to make your life a little simpler.

The Software: All these phones are on top of their game, running the latest versions of their respective OS. While the Lumia 920 will run on the latest Windows Phone 8, the Galaxy Note 2 and One X+ run on the latest version of Android – the Jelly Bean.

The Hardware: Now this is where it gets really exciting to compare these 3 phones. The Lumia 920 is powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB RAM, but the Galaxy Note 2 is almost twice as powerful, with a 1.6GHz quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM. The HTC One X+ has also received a processor upgrade in comparison with its predecessor, the One X – this new phone comes with a 1.7GHz quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM. It’s meant for heavy multitasking, we doubt if the Lumia 920 can match up to the other 2 phones.

In terms of memory, the HTC One X+ comes in 2 variants of 32GB and 64GB, while the Lumia 920 has 32GB of internal memory. Neither of these phones are equipped with SD card slots, so you’ll have to make do with the limited memory available internally. But if storage is a big concern for you, the Galaxy Note 2 is equipped with 64GB of internal memory and even has an SD card slot for additional storage requirements.

The Looks: The Lumia 920 sports a 4.5 inch LCD screen, while the HTC One X+ has a slightly bigger 4.7 inch S-LCD2 display. But if size really does matter, the Galaxy Note 2 is your answer, sporting a gorgeous 5.5 inch Super AMOLED display.

The Cameras: Both the HTC One X+ and the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 have an 8MP auto-focus rear camera with an LED flash. The Nokia Lumia 920 has a slightly better 8.7MP camera with a dual-LED flash for taking clearer pictures even in low light conditions. In terms of the front-facing cameras, the Lumia 920 has a 1.3MP camera, while the One X+ has a 1.6MP front-facing camera. Taking it a notch higher is the Galaxy Note 2’s front facing camera with a resolution of 1.9MP.

The Batteries: When it comes to finding the right smartphone, it’s not just about the technical features, but also about its battery life. Fortunately, these ultra-powerful phones are equipped with high power batteries to keep them running for at least a full day on a single charge. The Lumia 920 has a 2000 mAh battery, the One X+ has a 2100mAh battery, and the jumbo sized Galaxy Note 2 has a corresponding 3100 mAh battery for letting it run for ample amount of time, no matter how many apps you run on it.… Read the rest

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HTC One X+ vs HTC One X: Make Way For Evolution


HTC One X+ is the newbie on the block and we are luring after it.Why? Well, HTC One X+ is a near to perfect Android phone. The premium looking flagship  phone of HTC, One X+ is a lethal combination of LTE capabilities of One XL and quad-core processor of One X

What We Love About it:

In terms of look HTC One X+ is no different than its predecessor HTC One X. Now the question here is how it is different from One X. Well as compared to One X’s 1800mAh battery ,X+ has  the power of 2 100mAH batteries. Needless to say, the phone need a gigantic battery to support its LTE capabilities.

HTC One X came loaded with Ice Cream Sandwich where as HTC One X+ runs on Jelly bean (Andriod 4.1). When you see most of the Andriod phones around you running on Ice Cream Sandwich, Jelly Bean brings a fresh whiff of air.

Now you must be wondering what about One X+ sensing capabilities, well it comes with incredible HTC sense 4 and dubbed Sense 4+. The deal breaker here is the ‘ Self Portrait’ mode of the front camera and the ‘Sightseeing mode of the rear 8-megapixel camera which makes for a great photography experience.

One X+ gives you loads of space to keep your movies , music and data. Thanks to its 64 GB onboard storage.

What we don’t love about it:

We wanted more in terms of looks, more than what One X was giving us. It could have been made into a bigger and slimmer Smartphone specially when you have competitors like Samsung S3 and iPhone5 which are literally ruling the smartphone market.

Wan’t to access the ‘ “thousands of movies” on your X+  with your HTC Watch 2.0 when  in Asia, chances are you have would not be able to enjoy the movie time as HTC is still struggling to bring movie content to HTC fans in Asia.… Read the rest

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Its Here: HTC One X+,Might Offer 64GB Storage and Jelly Bean




The world is getting a peep into the HTC One X+ as images of the phone with its features and pricing are available on the web. Reports say that according to this image, the One X+ is likely to be quite a few notches above the original HTC One X.

According to GSM Arena, HTC One X+ will have a faster quad-core CPU, clocked at 1.7GHz along with 64 GB built-in storage. It is going to run on the latest Android version 4.1, Jelly Bean and would come with 25GB of Dropbox storage. The phone from HTC is also likely to have an 8MP rear camera with Beats Audio integration.

One X+ is going to be priced at £479.99 for the U.K. and should be priced lower in the Asian markets. This image was available in a brochure for UK’s wireless carrier O2:

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iPhone 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy S3 vs. HTC One X:The Flagship Derby

This is as big as it can get, at least as of today. After Apple’s recent announcement of the latest iPhone 5, the tech world is abuzz with comparisons and analysis of how this new iPhone would compare with two of the other heavyweight mobile phones launched a while back – the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the HTC One X. We bring you an in-depth look into what’s on the inside of these phones so that you can pick the phone that’s right for you.

Operating System: The very first in the list of comparison would of course be the operating system – while the Samsung Galaxy S3 and HTC One X both come with Android 4.0, the iPhone 5 would have the latest iOS 6 installed in it. Samsung has already announced an upgrade to Android 4.1 or Jelly Bean in the near future, while we are yet to hear from HTC on this one.

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Dimensions: This is where it starts to get more interesting. In this category, Samsung Galaxy S3 is the definite winner, boasting of a 4.8 inch large AMOLED screen, while the HTC One X comes a close second with a 4.7 inch screen. What’s disappointing about the iPhone 5 is that it will feature only a 4 inch screen, even though its resolution is much better than the other two contenders and also has Retina technology.

Tech Specs: All these phones spew a ton of power for sure. Samsung has put in a 1.4 GHz quad core processor in the S3, the One X has a 1.5 GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core processor, and the iPhone 5 will have a brand new A6 processor based on dual core ARM Cortex A-15 architecture and is expected to be at least twice as better as the A5.

Camera: With better technology, we are getting increasingly dependent on our smartphones for our camera needs. And this is one area where all these 3 models have common ground – an 8MP rear camera. While the iPhone 5 features a smaller iSight camera in the front, the S3 is equipped with a 1.9MP front-facing camera, and the One X has a corresponding 1.3MP camera that can be used while making video calls or clicking self shots.

The Galaxy S3 and One X have been around in the market for some time now, and so have already got a jumpstart over the iPhone 5, which is expected to start shipping by September 21st. Let’s see if Apple can change the balance and sway more customers towards itself like the previous models have managed to do in the past.

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