HTC One X and One V released in India

HTC One X 01

After globetrotting for quite some time, the HTC One X and One V smartphones have landed for prospective users in India. The Taiwan-based manufacturer has also partnered with Airtel and that means some tempting apps should arrive ready at hand.

With regards to the HTC One X, it sports a uniform body crafted from polycarbonate with a piano and matte back finish. A 1.5GHz Nvidia Tegra 3 Super 4-Plus-1 quad-core processor inclusive of a built-in fifth battery saver core and a 12-core Nvidia GPU are embedded into it. These inclusions should make for decent quality graphics, quicker app access and longer battery life for the device. The HTC One series member also boasts of a 4.7-inch HD screen composed from Corning Gorilla Glass for extra durability.

“One of the key objectives for the HTC One series, was to enable the user to remember their best moments in life easily, whether it be capturing a photo or listening to a song, so it was crucial for us to improve these emotional experiences with an amazing camera and authentic sound experience. We are much focused on creating an invaluable camera and audio experience that is user-friendly, so customers will love using it and we believe that the HTC One series will deliver this like never before,” commented Faisal Siddiqui, Country Manager of HTC India.

HTC One V 02

The HTC One V sports a 3.7-inch touchscreen proffering 480 × 800p resolutions. Fitted into a profile measuring 120.3mm x 59.7mm x 9.24mm, it presents a curved-chin design, in line with the company’s Legend. Apart from the aforesaid functions, both these handsets arrive with the HTC Sense 4 interface coupled with the Android 4.0 OS. What’s more, Beats By Dr. Dre Audio has been readily incorporated into the offerings.

As for the color choices, the One X can be picked in glamour grey and polar white, while the other has been dressed in Jupiter rock. The HTC One X price is revealed to be almost Rs. 42,999, while the One V is marked at approximately Rs. 19,999. They are up for grabs at retail outlets in India.