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Spoiler: It’s a basically perfect smartphone
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The HTC One, introduced today, wows us with stunning design and premium parts. The new flagship phone boasts a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, simultaneous photo and video shooting, and the best HTC display we’ve seen.
It’s a Prizefight Punchout between the top two Windows Phone 8 smartphones on the market today, Nokia’s Lumia 920 and HTC’s Windows Phone 8X.
Sure, HTC is not going to win a Gold Medal in the smartphone competition. Nor for that matter is it even conceivable that it could come in second place. But, they could maybe possibly win a bronze medal! And you know what? That ain’t nothing!
If it’s a quad-core Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone you want, then add the HTC One X to your list. Just announced today at Mobile World Congress, the One X is the flagship phone in HTC’s new “HTC One” family of devices. The One X features Android 4.0, the most up-to-date (and coveted) version of the Android operating system, topped with a revamped version of the HTC Sense interface, Sense 4.0.