Though many geeks think the HTC Desire X is the follow-up to the HTC One V, it’s not so. A few days ago the earlier leaked HTC Proto was renamed to the HTC Desire X, and we realized there would remain only three One series smartphones with no successor, at least at the moment. Now HTC comes with an official statement, in which the manufacturer introduces all the specs of this handset.
The HTC Desire X is a low-end budget smartphone, which will be launched in as many countries as possible. Such handsets usually have mission to spread the company’s brand and make it more popular. The Desire X is no exception, so the company kept in mind one thing when making it –the phone be affordable for many consumers at retailers such as www.phones4u.co.uk, but it should sport a decent specs list to satisfy their needs.. Seems the Taiwanese manufacturer has succeeded.
On the whole, the Desire X fits between the HTC One V and the One S, so it’s reasonable to expect better features than the One V comes with but a bit weaker features than the mid-range One S is equipped with. The Desire X is packed with a 4-inch WVGA 800×840 resolution display, a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm S4 processor, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, a 5MP camera, micro-SD support and Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich. The latter means Beats Audio, ImageSense and HTC Sense 4.1 come on top of the OS.