HTC recently announced a budget dual-core Android phone – the HTC Desire X. A new promo video for the phone tries to highlight its strong suits. Just like its big siblings, the Desire X packs Beats Audio and a 5MP camera with a BSI sensor, F/2.0 aperture and ImageChip for burst shooting.
Hop after the break, to see what else HTC thinks the Desire X has going for it.
The video touts the HTC Desire X dual-core processor – and indeed that’s one of the best bits of the device’s specs sheet. The HTC Desire X uses a Snapdragon S4 Play chipset, which unfortunately is pretty far from its Krait-based S4 companions. The phone has a MSM8225 chipset with two Cortex-A5 cores at 1GHz, 768MB of RAM and Adreno 203 graphics.
The video also mentions the screen – the 4″ WVGA Super LCD screen – and the Beats Audio integration. By the way, the Desire X also supports Apt-X for it’s Bluetooth audio streaming.