HTC took to the stage at the IFA in Berlin, German to debut the HTC Desire X, the long-awaited dual-core smartphone powered by Google Android 4.0.
The HTC Desire X is a very capable smartphone that features a dual-core 1GHz Qualcomm ® Snapdragon S4™ processor that powered a 4-inch super LCD WVGA screen with an increased viewing angle.
Also featured on the powerful smartphone is a rather disappointing 5 megapixel camera that is only saved because of its HTC proprietary ImageChip, a f/2.0, 28mm wide-angle lens, BSI sensor, HDR mode and automatic adjustable flash.
Purchased the device also provides users with 25GB of free Dropbox storage for a two year period.
According to Jason Mackenzie, President, Global Sales and Marketing for HTC Corporation:
“HTC Desire X is an extension of your social life. If you’re looking to enjoy and share high quality multimedia, wherever you are, this is the phone for you. It not only looks and sounds great, but also provides a super-fast, highly personal mobile experience at a great price.”
The HTC Desire X also comes integrated with Beats Audio with specifically tuned audio profiles alongside high definition wireless audio through Bluetooth.
As we have come to expect from the HTC Desire X the Google Android 4.0 OS sits underneath the company’s own HTC Sense UI interface.
With HTC suffering through a slow sales period thanks to increased competition from the Apple iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy X series the company needs a big win.
The HTC Desire X will be available in selected markets across EMEA and Asia Pacific from September 2012. No pricing has been revealed at this time.
Will you be running out to purchase the HTC Desire X?