In addition to HTC upping the storage capacity to 25GB in Sense 4.0,HTC also announced three new smartphones – One X , One S , One V.To start off, HTC One X – codenamed Endeavour.If you look closely the design below you can see that HTC is moving into the Lumia’s design pattern.It uses Gorilla Glass display to protect its 4.7-inch 1280×720 non-pentile Super LCD 2 display.Cool part is the HTC’s newest features an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor for the Global edition and a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core for the LTE counterpart.This one runs on ICS 4.0.It measures 5.29 x 2.75 x 0.3.37 in and weighs 4.58 oz
Memory specs on the box show 1GB DDR2 and 32GB of built-in storage — 26GB of which is available to the user — and an additional 25GB free for two years through DropBox. Connectivity options abound with quad-band GSM and quad-band 42Mbps HSPA+ — which includes AWS frequencies, huzzah! At the heart of its 8MP f/2.0 camera section is HTC’s ImageChip silicon for clearer shots even in low light conditions and the ability to shoot pictures while recording continuous focus 1080p video. Rounding out the new set’s photographic prowess is a unique LED flash with support for 5 levels of automatic brightness control and a front facing 1.3 megapixel number that’ll sort your 720p HD needs.
HTC One X will be exclusive only to AT&T in the US.Unlike the global Tegra 3 version announced earlier.As for when it’ll land? The duo’s playing coy, only mentioning it’ll come in the “coming months.”Check out the hands on video from Engadget here .
Next is HTC One S features a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display and a new dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 S4 (MSM8260A).Previously it was known as HTC Ville but now with a new name as HTC One S.It will come with ICS 4.0 with Sense UI 4.0.Point to be noted here is that it has a uniformly thin alloy unibody; in science terms, it’s plasma-heated micro arc oxidation process, giving HTC’s typical aluminum frame a smooth ceramic finish and apparently toughening it up in the process.Camera-wise, it’s wielding a potent eight megapixel sensor with HTC’s very own ImageChip and a f/2.0 autofocus lens that’s likely to blow all of its previous camera modules out of the water. HTC has focused on the camera software too — the One S apparently capable of nabbing shots in under a second and the ability to capture full-size stills during 1080p recording. All this, and it’s a mere 7.9mm thick.Check out hands from Engadget here.
HTC one S will be coming to T-mobile first.That means you’ll be able to enjoy its super-slim profile, prodigious Snapdragon S4 computing power and ICS with Sense 4 on T-Mo’s blazing HSPA+ 42Mbps network before your friends on Ma Bell, Big Red, or the Now Network.
Next is the entry level HTC One V neé Primo, first-timers are getting an entry level HTC-welcome.The Ice Cream Sandwich-laden handset, running a Sense 4.0 overlay, hearkens back to the design of the Legend, with a black-ish gray, aluminum unibody, hardware keys (three for back, home and apps) and prominent chin jutting out below its Gorilla Glass-coated, 3.7-inch WVGA LCD display. The company hasn’t specified the exact CPU powering the phone, but we do know it’s a 1GHz single-core affair buffered by 512MB RAM. Storage-wise, you’re looking at a paltry 4GB onboard that can be augmented via 25GB of Dropbox, or the available microSD slot. Beneath its sealed enclosure lies a 1,500mAh battery, quadband GSM and WCDMA radios, in addition to support for GPS, WiFi and Bluetooth. Directly benefiting from the manufacturer’s recently announced ImageChip, is its 5 megapixel rear shooter, outfitted with an AF f/2.0 lens and capable of recording 720p video. There’s no front-facing camera to be found on the unit, although situated as it is on the lower end of the consumer spectrum, that’s to be expected.Check out hands on from Engadget from here.