HTC has reportedly announced the launch of its latest Android smartphone, called the Desire X. Earlier expected to be revealed during the IFA Berlin, the device comes in a sleek 9.69 mm thick body. Built around the design specifications of the One X, the Desire X feels good with it poly carbonate plastic body but does not have a unibody.
According to the report of The Verge, the HTC Desire X features a 4 inch touchscreen S (Super) LCD display with 480×800 pixel resolution. HTC has added a dual-core, MSM8225 1 GHz processor from the Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 ‘Play’ range with 768 MB RAM for better and smooth functioning.
Along with that the device features a 4 GB on-board storage which can be further extended by additional 32 GB with the help of a micro SD card. Like other One Series devices, the HTC Desire X will also feature 25 GB free cloud storage from Dropbox.
At the back, this smartphone features a 5 megapixel camera with auto-focus and an LED flash. But with the smaller processor, the video recording capabilities of the device have been limited to just 480p. Also, the burst shot mode is only capable of taking two shots at one go.
HTC has employed the brand new HTC ImageChip for clearer and sharper images with this device. The HTC Desire X smartphone also features Beats Audio enhancement for better sound output. Its 1650 mAh non-removable battery expected to provide decent battery back up.
HTC Desire X features Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4 user interface which has been regarded as a good offering form HTC till now. This smartphone is expected to start shipping to Europe and Asia from mid September while the pricing of the device is expected to hover around Rs 15,000.