The Battle:

HTC has a very loyal fan base which has been increasing for some time. HTC releases a lot of phones in the span of a year, and hence, their product portfolio is usually full to the brim when it comes to new releases. Released on par with the Galaxy S3, the HTC One X was a direct competitor in the Android Market with Samsung’s flagship device. it is a very powerful phone in all aspects, and HTC has really shown that they can build full on maximum powered devices to rival other competitors in the market. But, does the HTC One X have what it takes to overthrow the Samsung Galaxy S3, which is the descendant of the most successful smart phone of the past few years? Let’s find out:

HTC One X:

The HTC One X features a 4.7 inch Super IPS LCD2 display that is running at 720p. The colors on the device are as sharp as could be, and the 720p high definition display really sets the phone apart from the crowd. The screen is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass. It includes 32 GB of built in storage, with 26 GB available to the user and other being regarded as operating memory. The phone also has 1 GB of dedicated RAM. The camera on the device is 8 MP, capable of recording videos in full HD at taking pictures at a resolution of 3264×2448 pixels. The phone runs the Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad Core 1.5 GHz processor, with a dedicated ULP GeForce graphics engine. Everything else that you would expect from a top of the line Android smart phone is also included, with an assortment of sensors and options available to users. it runs the latest version of the HTC Sense UI.

Samsung Galaxy S3:

The Galaxy S3 has a 4.8 inch Super AMOLED screen, and even though the HTC One X comes very close, the sharp colors and beautiful lighting on the screen sets it apart distinctively. It features a thin, beautiful design and runs a 1.4 GHz Exynos Quad core chipset. There is a 8 MP camera on board and the phone is available in three different variants: 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. As is obvious, the phone offers full HD video recording, has voice integration software and also boasts an intelligent camera that tracks your eye movements in order to conserve battery life.

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