The midrange yet slick HTC One VX Video
The midrange yet slick HTC One VX Video Transcript
-Hey guys, this is Brian Bennett at cnet.com and we are taking a look at one of the new phones from HTC, its' the HTC One VX. Now, as you could tell, this phone is part of the One V line it's actually the top of the One V line now. It has a 4.5 inch QHD LCD Display here, got the typical Android buttons along the bottom, a front facing camera right up top. It's running Android Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 and Sense 4. Now, it's pretty thin, it's got a sort of a metallic like finish here on the side, you can tell, also on the back, it's got a little soft touch poly-carbonate with a 5 megapixel camera and LED flash. Also has Beats audio, as well as a headphone jack on top, power button, usual phone features and the processor that's driving all of this is a 1.2 gigahertz qualcomm snapdragon S4 which is the same processor that was on the HTC One SO. Probably we'll see pretty good battery life and pretty quick performance. So, right now there's no pricing availability yet except for the fact that it'll probably ship time for the holidays and also connect to AT&T fast 4G LTE high-speed data network. So there you have it folks taking a first look at the HTC One VX for AT&T, check back soon at cnet.com for a full review.
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HTC One VX Review
The good: The affordable HTC One VX for AT&T serves up a modern Android OS, a dual-core processor, and a feature-rich camera. The phone also delivers rock-solid call quality and long battery life.
The bad: The HTC One VX lacks quad-core processing and a removable battery.
The bottom line: It may not be a fire-breathing superphone, but the HTC One VX offers plenty of Android goodness for under $50.
HTC One VX Specs
Part number: CNETHTCONEVX
- Product Basic Spec