This is HTC’s New Flagship Android, the One X

Posted:  February 23, 2012   By:    7 comments   

This is the first official press photo of HTC’s newest flagship Android device, the One X. The One X is expected to make its global debut this Sunday and it appears that the styling of the device has undergone some tweaks since we first saw it a little over a week ago. The most obvious of these design tweaks is the removal of the “search” navigation button to reflect the Android 4.0 standard.

Information on specs is still sketchy at the moment but the persistent among these rumours say that the new HTC will feature a 4.7-inch 720p Super LCD screen, a 8MP rear camera with a backlit sensor and NFC along with Sense 4.0.

Frankly speaking we’re kind of disappointed with HTC’s design language. It looks like they have moved very little from the Desire in terms of design. All HTCs look the same in our view, even this new one, it just looks like a bigger HTC Sensation. What do you think?


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7 Comments for This is HTC’s New Flagship Android, the One X

looking bad

looks like a boring Samsung budget phone aka Ace or whatever. what happened htc ?

Steve Jobs

Sony all the way..


Ugly. HTC Sense is killing the beauty of ICS!

IMO, the only good thing about Sense is the buttery smooth transitions. HTC should dump the skinning project, use vanilla Android instead and focus on hardware development. Wah senang nya aku komen :p


I don't mind as long as the performance is great and the battery last long enough.


    second that. All the smartphone nowadays consist of "big screen + its hazel. Nothing much can be done


Their design just look dull and old fashion. Since 3 years ago, they keep on the same design concept, which really make people feel sick of it….


This phone has HTC's design DNA written all over it which is great for those who want a modest, understated look. If only they applied the same philosophy to their UI – Sense is loud, tacky and garish and is sure to contaminate the otherwise superior experience offered by Google's ICS.