HTC makes the One X official — quad-core Tegra 3, 4.7-inch display, NFC, Android 4.0, Sense 4.0

Everything you’ve heard about the HTC One X is finally official, thanks to HTC and their announcement at Mobile World Congress. The One X will be the high-end phone on HTC’s new One series of phones, the others being the One S and One V.

Although they all look quite similar, the One X is a beast of a phone. It features a 4.7-inch 1280 x 720 Super LCD display, a 1.5GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a fast 8-megapixel camera with f2.0 aperture, NFC, Beats Audio integration, Android 4.0 ICS with Sense 4.0 on top, an 1800mAh battery, and much more.

While the One X still has the unibody design, HTC decided to do things a little different this time around. Instead of same metal case you’re used to feeling on HTC phones, the One X features polycarbonate, which makes it a more softer device. Because of the new design, the battery on the One X is inaccessible, and there is no microSD slot for you to expand your storage (that’s why you get 32GB).

The HTC One X will be available in Europe starting in early April. In the United States, it will be an AT&T exclusive (but with a dual-core SnapDragon S4 chip instead of a quad-core Tegra 3)

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