Asus Zenfone 2
Market Status: Available in India
Release Date: 2012-10-08
Updated on:Apr 19, 2015
A Desirable phone with X-Factor
HTC Desire X sports a crisp 4-inch, 480*800 pixels, Capacitive Touchscreen running on Android 4.0.4 (Ice cream sandwich) OS. The smartphone is powered by a 1GHz Dual core processor supported by 768MB RAM.
HTC Desire X packs a 5MP Rear Camera with LED flash, Autofocus and Geo-tagging features. It has internal memory of 4GB that is expandable upto 32GB via Micro SD Card. It will make its user tap their feet on the tunes of its uncompromised Beats Audio Music Feature.
A phone looks as good as it sounds. Elegant design and inbuilt 3G functionality powered by HTC Sense UI. HTC Desire X is a great value for money device. Highly recommended if you are looking for a powerful smartphone at an affordable price.
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If you own an HTC Desire or Wildfire -- much loved but realistically getting towards the end of its life -- HTC has lined up a fairly affordable mid-range replacement for your beloved 'droid. And it's got slightly more oomph to boot. It's available SIM-free for Â£240 or for free on contracts from around Â£15 per month. If you opt for the Â£20 per month option at Phones 4U, you get the phone for free as well as a pair of Beats by Dre Solo he...
Pros: Good performance from the dual-core chip,Clear, colourful 4-inch screen,MicroSD card slot,Reasonably priced,
Cons: Plasticky build quality,
You may have been mistaken for thinking that there wasn`t really a gap between the HTC One V and the HTC Desire C, but you`d be wrong, as the HTC Desire X forces its way between the two handsets. On paper there`s very little to separate the Desire X from the One V, as this new smartphone appears to be an almost carbon copy of its One series brother. You can pick up the Desire X for around £215 SIM-free, while it`s also available for free on...
Pros: Low price, Vivid screen, Compact design,
Cons: Average specs, Lower RAM, Cut down HTC Sense, Flimsy back cover,
Verdict: An interesting take on the Desire range that could thrive at a lower price point....
HTC's Desire range of Android phones has been through several years of revisions. It was once the big dog in the HTC family, the pick of the litter. But things have changed, as they tend to do, and now the Desire X is on one of the lower rungs. Available through Optus in Australia, the Desire X is as cheap as AU$32 per month on a two-year plan, or roughly half the price of the One X. In the hand, the Desire X feels a lot like the original Desire,...
Pros: Great screen at this price,Designed like the more expensive One X,HTC Sense and Android ICS,User-accessible battery,
IntroductionThe HTC Desire X is a phone that shows you don't have to spend all that much money to get an Android phone that feels fairly high-end. At under Â£250 SIM-free, it's priced to compete with mid-range Androids like the Samsung Galaxy Ace 2. It may not cause jaws to drop, but the HTC Desire X is a phone that even the smartphone elite should be able to live with easily enough. Desire is no longer a high-end brand, though. The One range h...
Pros: Neat, slim design, Decent screen,
Cons: No front-facing camera, Mediocre main camera, No HD video capture,