Full HTC one x specs reveal a true flagship
x (no longer the One X) rumors have been plentiful over the past few weeks as the device nears launch, but FullGSM looks to have a full spec sheet on it and there are still plenty of surprises. As reported earlier, the HTC onex will feature a Super 4+1 Quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor with 1GB of RAM and 32GB of on-board memory (26GB available to the user.) In addition to on-board memory, the HTC onex will give users 25GB of cloud storage via DropBox for 2 years. The 4.7" Super LCD2 display will have a 720p resolution with Gorilla Glass, and the built-in battery will be 1800mAh. All this is packed into an aluminum unibody measuring just 134.4 x 69.9 x 9.3mm thin.
Connectivity options are plentiful, with the HTC onex supporting NFC (Google Wallet compatible), wireless HDMI, DLNA, Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi b/g/n and GPS. In addition to a microUSB connector, the HTC onex has a 5-pin Pogo connector for audio and charging (think a multimedia dock here). The HTC onex has Beats Audio in tow, has dual microphones with noise cancellation and stereo voice recording and is HD voice compliant.
As if these weren't enough, the camera looks to be the real jewel of the HTC onex. The front camera is a standard 1.3MP, but the 8MP rear camera has all kinds of tricks up its sleeve. For starters, there is a dedicated image chip in the HTC onex, which combined with an f2.0 aperture, BSI sensor and 5 stage LED "Smart Flash" should make for vastly improved low-light images. The HTC onex has a 28mm wide angle lens and is capable of 1080p video capture. Thanks to the dual shutter camera module you will be able to snap still images while recording your HD video.
In a landscape where the top Android phone seems to vary from month-to-month, the HTC onex is making a strong play as the phone to have this year. We'll of course be live at HTC's press conference at 3PM EST Sunday afternoon!