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HTC Desire X

HTC Desire X
Brand HTC
Manufacturer HTC Corporation
Series HTC Desire
Compatible networks GSM/GPRS/EDGE
850 900 1,800 1,900 MHz
850, 900, 2100 MHz
Availability by country October 2012
Predecessor HTC Desire S
Successor HTC Desire 500HTC Desire 600 HTC Desire 601
Related HTC One X, HTC One S, HTC One V, HTC Desire S, HTC Desire
Type Smartphone
Dimensions 118.5 mm (4.67 in) H
62.3 mm (2.45 in) W
9.3 mm (0.37 in) D
Weight 114 g (4.0 oz)
Operating system Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (upgradeable to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean), HTC Sense 4+ overlay
System on chip Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8225
CPU 1 GHz Dual-core ARM Cortex-A5
GPU Adreno 203
Memory 768 MB RAM
Storage 4 GB
Removable storage Yes (32 GB)
Battery 1650 mAh internal rechargeable li-ion
Data inputs ambient light sensor, G-sensor, multi-touch capacitive touchscreen, proximity sensor
Display 4 in (100 mm) Super LCD with RGB matrix
WVGA (800×480) resolution
(233 ppi)
Rear camera 5-megapixel with autofocus, smart LED flash, BSI sensor, 480p video recording
Front camera No
Connectivity 3.5 mm stereo audio jack
Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX enabled
Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
micro-USB 2.0 (5-pin) port
Other HTC Sense 4.0 user interface upgradable to HTC Sense 4.+
References [1] [2]

The HTC Desire X (codenamed Protou)[1] is a smartphone designed and developed by HTC. The Desire X is a midrange handset incorporating a dual-core 1 GHz Snapdragon S4 play processor and 4 GB of internal storage expandable with a microSD slot. Aimed at customers of the HTC Desire, launched in 2010, the HTC has a 4 inch diagonal screen, and draws strong resemblance with HTC's 2012 flagship product, the HTC One X.[1] The device will come pre-installed with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. It is the successor to the HTC Desire S, which was an upgrade from the HTC Desire, HTC's flagship product of 2010.

The Desire X was launched 29 August 2012 in Berlin during the IFA trade show. Although the price of the phone was not disclosed during the unveiling ceremony, the handset was expected to be released in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia Pacific region in September 2012.[2][3] Desire X was launched in India on October 2012 with a price tag of 19,000.


  1. ^ a b Aaron Souppouris (2012-08-30). "HTC Desire X unveiled: One Series style on a budget". The Verge. Vox Media. Retrieved 2012-08-30. 
  2. ^ HTC Desire X hopes to rekindle your HTC desires | News | TechRadar
  3. ^ HTC launches entry-level Android smartphone with Dropbox storage - Computerworld
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