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Revision to HTC One X

Andrew Optimus Goldheart

[title|HTC One Xsummary_image|241894]
[title|HTC One Xsummary_image|241894]
 
[summary]HTC's Flagship device prior to the announcement of the new HTC One. The first entry in thetitle|HTC One series, and the first HTC smartphone to run a quad-core processor.[/summaryX Repair]
[summary]HTC's Flagship device prior to the announcement of the new HTC One. The first entry in thetitle|HTC One series, and the first HTC smartphone to run a quad-core processor.[/summaryX Repair]
 
[summary_image|241894summary]HTC's Flagship device prior to the announcement of the new HTC One. The first entry in the One series, and the first HTC smartphone to run a quad-core processor.[/summary]
[summary_image|241894summary]HTC's Flagship device prior to the announcement of the new HTC One. The first entry in the One series, and the first HTC smartphone to run a quad-core processor.[/summary]
 
NVIDIA Tegra 3 SoC with a 1.5 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU, 1 GB of RAM; a 1,800 mAh battery, a dual-band 802.11n WiFi radio, Bluetooth 4.0 with apt-X, GPS, NFC, and 32 GB of internal storage. No external storage. This device ships with Android 4.0.4 "Ice Cream Sandwich" operating system, with HTC Sense 4.0 GUI. Upgradable to 4.1.1 "Jelly Bean" operating system via OTA update.

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