The HTC One X is hitting the shops this week and will be widely available from Vodafone, Three, T-Mobile and Orange and sim free. The HTC One X is the flagship product in a trio announced by HTC at MWC (Mobile World Congress), along with the HTC One S and HTC One V.
The spec sheet is incredibly mouth watering – HTC has packed the slim handset with a powerful quad-core processor (Nvida Tegra 3 for us here the UK) and a huge 4.7-inch screen.
One of the most exciting improvements HTC has made to the One Series is to the camera. The HTC One X includes a shooter that captures 8-megapixel stills and HD movies. It’s also ‘backside illuminated’ which means it should perform well in low light.
We’ve been putting the HTC One X through it’s paces over the last week and you can check out what we thought in our comprehensive HTC One X review.
So, if you’re considering the HTC One X, you’ve ordered one or you are just curious to see how Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich looks, with HTC Sense, check out the following video where we pick out top five HTC One X tips and tricks.