12 Jan 2012
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HTC One X coming to India in April

HTC One X coming to India in April

HTC India has announced on their Facebook Page that their new flagship device -- HTC One X -- will make its debut in the country this April. The One X was announced at MWC 2012, and will reportedly launch in India on Airtel's network. However, an unlocked version too would be available.

The smartphone comes with a 4.7-inch HD display (720x1280p), and is powered by a 1.5GHz quad-core processor from Nvidia. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and packs HTC's Sense 4.0 technology. The device is 8.9mm thick, and features an 8MP camera with an LED flash (1080p HD video recording), which is one of the best available in the Android line up.

HTC One X comes with 32GB of storage and 1GB RAM. It also boasts of HDMI port, NFC capabilities, and has built-in Beats Audio technology. The device also houses an 1800mAh battery pack.

The phone's camera is powered by the HTC ImageChip, which allows the camera to turn action shots into crisp photos. The smartphone can take four digital photos per second. The device is expected to be priced upward of Rs 30,000.
HTC One X sees Jelly Bean rollout in Taiwan and Singapore, One S update reportedly co


We've known for months that HTC intends to upgrade the One X to Jelly Bean, but now it appears the update is finally going live, at least for folks in Taiwan. Members of the XDA Developers forum are chiming in about a 352.87MB OTA update that's available within both HTC's home country and Singapore, which brings Android 4.1.1 and HTC Sense 4+ to the One X. Jelly Bean's appearance for the handset matches an earlier report from Engadget Chinese of an incoming update promised by HTC Taiwan. According to PocketDroid, general manager of HTC North Asia, Jack Tong, announced that One X users within Asia will see the update begin to roll today, and that the One S will also receive Jelly Bean a tad later. We've reached out to HTC to verify Mr. Tong's comments, and for clarification of specific regions throughout Asia.

HTC One X sees Jelly Bean rollout in Taiwan and Singapore, One S update reportedly coming soon -- Engadget
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