Thursday, 3 October 2013

HTC Desire X Dual SIM Specs & Price in India




        HTC has emerged as an esteemed and highly efficient brand and holds an improved position in the mobile industry. Merging the finest technologies with highly innovative features and great functionality, HTC Smartphones are nowhere less than a wonder.  With the growing technological advancements and knowledge about it, the needs of customers also increase. In order to deliver the best, HTC has been adding gadgets to its series like the Desire string of Smartphones. Desire X Dual SIM is just the hottest addition to this array. HTC Desire X Dual SIM Price in India would be approximately Rs. 15, 649 which makes it fall under the mid-range price bracket.

Let us dig in deep to see what does this intelligent gizmo offers us. 
  
Spruced Up Display!
         It would not come as a shock if this Smartphone would make your eyes experience a complete delight at the very first appearance. Blessed with a 4 inches super LCD WVGA screen, it amalgamates very decently with the beautifully designed bar shaped body structure. The screen with its resolution of 480 x 800 Pixels would let you capture even the minutest of details for a pleasurable viewing experience. Though the low resolution would somewhere hinder the clarity and brightness factors, but considering its low pricing, this part can be vaguely neglected.  

Just Click It Right!
        Flaunting an alluring 5 MP rear snapper and fortified with a full-blown swarm of artistic camera features, Desire X delivers the hugely appreciated picture quality for you to treasure your memories eternally. HTC has made it quite clear that it would deliver some real high class cameras in its devices to ensure the best snapping technology in every hand. Fulfilling the same, Desire X is no exception. Moreover, this digital snapper also features BSI Sensor, Image Chip, Continuous Shot features and more.

Powerful Performance!
        Supported by 1 GHz Dual Core Processor at the heart, Desire X endows the users with high level of multitasking, long gaming sessions and extremely well to do functional value. The processor is coupled with some extra power and ability with its 768 MB RAM.  The phone comes with Ice Cream Sandwich v4.0 as the Android operating platform, but it is easily upgradeable to Jelly Bean v4.1.1 OS if you wish to have a higher level of performing interface.


Connectivity Options!
        HTC assures a ceaseless route filled with connectivity options that includes 3G and GPRS for browsing without any troubles. The Dual SIM calling feature is another important side of this Smartphone. Eliminating the need of carrying two phones, you can merge it into one and maintain a list of contacts under different categories. This phone works impeccably on dual and tri network bands and also supports GSM - 900, 1800; UMTS – 2100 networks.

Battery Life!
        Its essence of performance in hidden in its battery life! Efficiently cultivated with a powerful Li-Ion battery of 1650 mAh, the phone has a lot of juice to entertain you through the day. Although, one drawback that would not be appreciated by many, is its talk time that is not as much as we would expect. The battery drains out quite quick if you are on the phone for long hours.   


Last Word
        Lastly comparing the price and the features, this phone is not as great as we would have expected from HTC. Though the display size, screen, performance and connectivity options are up to mark but the low resolution and battery backup is a huge disappointment. These things being a priority while purchasing a phone would make it quite tough for the customers to choose keeping in mind the other brand’s handsets under similar price tags. Still, as a basic phone with advanced features, HTC has done an average job with HTC Desire X.

Bio: The Guest Author of this post is Alisha Singh. She wrote several Gadgets posts for naaptol (dot) com. Also have a look on HTC Desire X Dual Sim Price here.  Her passion for upgrading her knowledge puts her to research on topics relevant to her industry.

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