Feb 25 AT 3:50 PM Nick Gray 67 Comments

Official HTC One X specs revealed along with new images


And we’re back with another look at the HTC One X. It’s been less than an hour since our last post about the phone, but we now have more images and what looks to be the real spec sheet from HTC. We’ll let your eyes wander down the page to take a peek at the pictures in a second, but we wanted to dive into the detailed specs sheet first.

The size of the HTC One X will be 134.36 x 69.9 x 9.29 and it will weigh 130 grams (4.58 ounces). As we suspected, the One X will feature a 4.7-inch 720p display. HTC has chosen to go with a Super LCD2 display with Gorilla Glass 2.5D. Naturally, the phone will be powered by a 1.5GHz Super 4-PLUS1- quad-core Tegra 3 processor from NVIDIA which will be paired with 32GB of internal strage (26GB usable storage), 1GB of RAM and access to 25GB of cloud storage for two years from DropBox.

The One X comes with a built-in 1800 mAh battery, NFC (Google Wallet Compatible), microUSB with MHL support and a 5 pin Pogo Pin connection for audio and charging.

The latest phones from HTC have featured some incredible specs, but the HTC One X will take things to a whole new level. The handset will feature an 8 megaixel camera paired with an LED “Smart Flash” which features five auto adjustable power levels to make sure your shots have just the right amount of lighting. HTC has also included a dedicated HTC Image Chip to capture clearer, sharper images, a 28mm wide angle lens with an f2.0 aperture and BSI sensor for improved image quality when taking pictures in low light environments. And to top things off, the HTC One X will be the first phone from HTC to allow users to record HD video and take pictures simultaneously.

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The HTC One X will sport dual microphones for stereo audio recording during video and noise cancellation during phone calls, Beats Audio, Bluetooth 3.0 with FTP/OPP, A2DP, and PBASP for phone book access from external devices, GPS, and the typical gyroscope, g-sensor, digital compass, proximity and ambient light sensors. The last thing on the list which we were not expecting is a dedicated EA Games Store which will give users direct access to EA’s Android games library.

Is there anything else that’s missing? I guess the only thing we’re looking forward to at HTC’s press event tomorrow is some hands-on time with the HTC One X along with high-resolution images and videos. Is the HTC One X everything you expected it to be?

Source: FullGSM

Nick is a tech enthusiast who has a soft spot for HTC and its devices. He started HTCsource.com (the first HTC blog) back in 2007 and later joined the Android and Me family in the summer of 2010.

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  • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

    T-mobile bands as I said before :) What would make this phone better would be a quad-core s4/exynos A15 with t-mobile 84mbps. But it is aawesome enough :D Sense should of been toned down a bit though.

    • AnthonyRyan

      i guess you were right i just hope its T-mobile Official and not importing this phone but besides that im not really good with the processors but why do you say the S4 Quad or the Exynos A15 why would you choose those over Super 4-PLUS1- quad-core Tegra 3

      • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

        A15 is a newer architecture, I think. But i know that it is better than A9, which I think that is what tegra 3 is based off. That is why qualcomm says that the dual-core s4 is better than the quad-core tegra 3. Also I hope t-mobile does make it official, and that the One product line goes to them.

        • AnthonyRyan

          well now i know thanks

        • Anjie

          sadly the tegra 3 sucks, it’s based off of the A8, it’s just 3 A8′s plus some random core, which is noticeably slower than A9 structure

          • Nayef

            Tegra 3 is an A9 based penta core processor you fool. A15 isnt going to be ready untill 2013.

      • http://htcsource.com Nick Gray

        This phone does not have support for T-Mobile 3G/4G. It’s missing support for the 1700 band.

        • AnthonyRyan

          now hope FullGSM.gr gets the Official Specs sheet for the HTC One S i want to see what the official specs are on that device. the only downside for that device for me is the 4.3 display i got tired of that screen size with my sensation after a few months. but i still take 4.3 though.

          • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

            the One S is “confirmed” to be heading to t-mobile.

    • sunrise

      Where is the 1700 band?

      • AnthonyRyan

        its hiding

        • sunrise

          That was my point, I don’t think this is coming to T-Mobile as Alex said.

          • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

            I missed that :/ It is possible to just change it anyways, it’s been done. If not a variation

          • AnthonyRyan

            Well there’s always hope with a variant

  • CFG9000

    It had me up to “EA Games Store”. NO.

  • Alexander drzfr3shboialex

    What would make this phone better is if I get it for free in white :)

  • Dan13

    I have only one question: how does the One X’s Super LCD2 HD screen compare to, say, the Galaxy Nexus’s Super AMOLED HD screen?

  • nebsif

    Built in battery? No mSD slot? I’ll pass. =(

    • spazby

      Those are biggies

    • http://www.infotainmentempire.com pekosROB

      It would seem the lack of microSD card might be something that OEMs do and offer free cloud storage instead… I hope that’s not the case though.

  • AnthonyRyan

    mhm.. im not a really big fan on the launcher for sense 4 but everything else about sense i do love i think HTC could of went a different way with the launcher but the plus side it is different from the other sense versions and different is good so it could be some getting use to seeing sense look like this and not round but i still like sense over any skin.

    • http://alxrock.deviantart.com alxrock

      Really? To me, Sense is looking like too much of the same old thing. I see a few tweaks, but it’s nothing exciting.

      • AnthonyRyan

        To me it would of been better if it was blue ics themed as stock was or something to make it look more like ICS

        • http://alxrock.deviantart.com alxrock

          That would have helped quite a bit.
          ICS was a leap forward from GB, and set my expectations for Sense 4.0 to be something great.

          • AnthonyRyan

            It set my expectations high as well for ICS with Sense.. so much for those expectations .

  • BleedingEdge

    OK… if the specs are correct all I have to say is:
    Another friggin “Micro-SDHC free’ device. Big thumbs down. This trend sucks big time.

  • Ennon

    WHY NO MicroSD or removable battery???

    • WTF

      Technology should be moving forward but this seems like a step back

      • sunrise

        Cutting corners to save 10 cents. Oh well, their loss.

        • Nayef

          Acctually its to save MM on the thickness

          • John Drinkwater

            To be a terrible pedant, MM is commonly used to mean million, mm is millimetre.

          • WTF

            The Razr and other unreleased phones that are even thinner have MicroSD so whats the excuse then. I understand the battery but 1800mah is nothing special, plus it just mean they aren’t trying hard enough. Im sure they can create a removable battery and save mm with some clever engineering even if it is a irregular shape battery they have to put in

    • BigCiX

      I don’t know why phone makers do this crap. They’ll release a new version of this phone two months after this one is released with a different name. Same specs as usual.

    • Slith

      It think the carriers are pressuring manufacturers to stop including memory expansion. Force the consumer to cloud based storage and increase our data transfer usage.

  • Hall Lo

    Why built-in battery? especially its only 1800mAh…

  • http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=583695634&ref=profile Rahul Singh

    I think this phone will be just okay, it doesn’t sound all that it’s only 9.29mm thin and only 1800mAH battery? I wish Razr Maxx will come on T-mobile, but I know it never will..

  • WTF

    Non-removable battery and no MicroSD? Instant pass.

  • sunrise

    1-No expandable microSD

    2-Only 1GB RAM running memory hungry HTC Sense and Android 4.0 ICS

    3-No removable/replaceable battery

    4-Quad core Tegra-3 not looking as good after I saw the draw dropping dual core S4 benchmarks by Anandtech.

    Points 3 and 4 aren’t too big of a deal, but number 1 is huge for me, as is number 2. This phone, for me…is a no go.

  • David

    Too much bezel. Next.

  • yodeler

    I read this and a small round piece of poop fell out of my butt and made its way to the floor, ahhhhhh.

    • sunrise

      Depend adult diapers.

  • Esa

    It’s a “2.5D” display, not Gorilla Glass 2.5D. Just to clarify.

  • cece

    And still no bluetooth 4

  • Matt

    okayy tegra 3 with non user replaceable battery 1800 MaH battery ? whats the battery live gonna like? 5 hour ?

  • comandantecee

    Hell no, no micro SD slot and non removable battery.

  • Thegm

    How would the menu button work when needed?

  • Max.Steel

    Maybe I missed it but is it 4.0 or 2.3?

    • AnthonyRyan

      its 4.0 with sense UI overlay so it looks like Gingerbread but its not … they could of at least used the blue theme google used with ICS with Sense overlay

      • stuart

        You can use the blue holo theme. It is required for use of the android market, unless htc is stupid enough to not have the android market

        • AnthonyRyan

          Well remember htc has HTC Likes market so who knows but yeah it should have the blue holo theme.

        • Danny

          You can’t access the holo theme.

          The holo-requirement doesn’t really benefit the user at all. It is in place to combat compatibility issues with apps. A developer can choose to either use whichever OEM skin the phone has, or present it in Holo – it is a developer-choice they make during coding. The user won’t be able to just switch skins whenever we like.

  • Stella

    The phone specs are awesome but I don’t know about the build-in battery. I like having a backup battery just in case.

  • aburgthing

    Hard to believe that after waiting so long for HTC to put out a killer phone, this is their answer. I can only hope that when it comes stateside that the carrier specific variants change, i.e. put a micro SD card in it and a replaceable battery. Please?!

  • Olivia de la Cruz

    I luv this phone!! lol watch the samsung gook patrol come out in full force, here they come

  • dMAN

    Looks like gingerbread running sensation with bumped up 720p screen with no sd card and non removable battery

    oh htc i thought you will learn from your mistakes
    will wait for two(x) next year

    - disappointed htc fan

  • Dirge

    Wtf is “Super LCD2 display with Gorilla Glass 2.5D”? Never heard of that before.

    • Max.Steel

      It’s their way of hyping up the same screen you have on your phone right now. BS manufacturers.

  • ghost5

    I can understand why manufacturers are moving away from SD cards. They are the slowest part of a phone and a slow cheap card can make a fast phone run like **** when accessing music photos and apps.

    I would still like the choice though. 32gb is just about right for me. Especially if Google music would release over here in the UK.

    As for the non removable battery that is a big no for me. I’m after a phone that I will be happy with for 2 years and I need a bigger battery. My galaxy s 1500 battery doesn’t last me 14 hours.

  • Lavi

    No SD card and no battery => no deal for me.
    I like the HTC One X but without the SD card and battery (should be above 2500mAh) this phone has no use for me.

  • SGB101

    love this device, been holding out for this or the SGS3. my upgrade is over due, way over due.

    the only thing im worried about is that 1800mah battery, was hoping for a bit more.

  • YNWA

    Great phone except for the phone built in battery part. The only phone I could tolerate that on would be the Razr Maxx.

  • Wunako

    *drool* TMo can i Haz Thiz Nao?!?!?

    well i guess its jus a matter of waiting it out to see where these head to since theyre official now,

  • Mark

    Standard SIM or micro-SIM?

    I can live with the lack of a uSD card, but non-removeable battery? Really? Apple?

  • donger

    super excited for this phone.

  • Nathan D.

    Nice phone

  • http://www.focuszonedevelopment.com Homncruse

    Too bad it comes with Nonsense UI…

  • TruFactz

    Awesome phone, might be the first phone i get out side of Tmo if they don’t get it.