AT&T's first smartphone to launch with the latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system will be the new HTC One X, which will go on sale May 6th for $199.99. The HTC One X is also AT&T's first smartphone with Beats by Dr. Dre Audio built-in to the hardware and software, as well as the first smartphone from AT&T to offer the HTC Sense 4 user interface. Pre-orders for HTC One X will begin on April 22. Set to run on AT&T's 4G LTE and HSPA+ network, the HTC One X requires a new 2-yr wireless agreement with voice (min $39.99/mo) and min monthly data plan ($20/mo).
HTC One X smartphone features:
- 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor
- 8MP HD camera
- Beats by Dr. Dre Audio integration
- 4.7-inch 720p HD screen
- HTC's wireless HDMI Media Link HD adapter
- Corning Gorilla Glass and polycarbonate unibody design
HTC One X smartphone presentation video from AT&T :
For many consumers, their smartphone doubles as their camera. HTC One X's 8MP HD camera features ImageSense and rivals traditional digital cameras with improvements to every part of the camera including the lens, sensor and software, while integrating HTC's new ImageChip to make quality picture taking a breeze.
Fumbling with the menu and settings on your smartphone is frustrating when the perfect shot is right in front of you. Within seconds, you can launch the camera from the lock screen and the camera quickly autofocuses and zeros in on your subject. Zero shutter lag also lets you take continuous shots simply by holding the shutter button. HTC One X takes beautiful photos under low-light, no-light, and back-light conditions. The Video Pic feature allows the capture of still pictures while recording video in HD as well as the ability to capture a still image from previously recorded video.
HTC Sense 4
HTC One X will be one of the first devices in the U.S. with the simple and intuitive HTC Sense 4 user experience. It helps make the Beats Audio experience possible while listening to any audio component and features camera enhancements including a quick launch feature for the camera on the HTC One X – dramatically cutting down the time needed to move from the lock screen to snapping a picture.