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HTC One X multitasking working fine: HTC

|May 20 2012 |Android Phones, Android, HTC, Mobile OS, Mobile


As per the responses bobbing up from the users of HTC One X, the fastest-growing tech firm HTC has modified the multitasking on its well-known smartphone with Sense 4.0.

Reports stated that the One X works in a different manner on multitasking activities as compared to the other Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones.

There are visual alterations, comprising the list of applications screens, scrolling in a horizontal direction.

Aside from this noticeable part, Sense 4.0 closes down background applications in a more aggressive manner that its loyal users firmly hate.

Techies have the same opinion that this was HTC's way to perk up the handset's battery’s life.

The Verge's Dieter Bohn met the firm in search for a few solutions.

HTC explicated that multitasking on the One X is in fact "operating in a natural or normal manner".

But, the company has made attempts to admit the issue.

The company, in a report, stated, “HTC is aware of some questions in the enthusiast community about how the HTC One X handles multitasking and memory management for background apps."

HTC also appended that the trouble doesn't subsist any longer.

Earlier, the company had to admit there were problems with the Message Notification, also on the One X.

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