HTC Desire X. At first, we thought HTC would name this new device as HTC Proto, but later on, we found out that HTC would pick up the name HTC Desire X for this phone, which has a similar design with the predecessor, HTC Desire V. Soon after that, we finally obtain the leaked image of HTC Desire X from the source at The Verge along with some of its specs later on.
HTC Desire X is now official. At IFA event held in Berlin, HTC Desire X has finally been unveiled by HTC. Bringing a 4-inch LCD display on the front and some decent specs in it, this phone is ready to compete with other mid-range smartphones around the market.
HTC Desire X is an Android 4.0-built smarpthone, which of course, is an Ice Cream Sandwich device, but certainly, it won’t take long time for this phone to finally get the Jelly Bean in the near future.
Anyway, as a mid-end device, there are many goodies that you’ll find once you’ve owned this phone. From a 1GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 5MP camera, 480x800 pixel screen resolution and some more. Not to mention, the already popular Beats Audio will come pre-installed on this phone, along with the feature called “VideoPic” that lets you snap pictures while using the camera to record the video.
HTC Desire X will be officially rolled out around the market possibly in September while the US launch is still unknown for public. But hopefully, the upgrade to the Jelly Bean for this device has been prepared early by HTC because now is the trend of Jelly Bean.