The HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy Note are among the most impressive smartphones currently available. In this article, I am going to take a closer look at few of their key features so you can decide which one comes out on top.
The touchscreen is among the most important features for many people when choosing a new smartphone, and this is an area where both the HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy Note impress, however there screens are very different. The HTC One X has a 4.7 inch super IPS LCD2 capacitive touchscreen which has a resolution of 720x 1280 means it’s able to display high definition content, and this is also one of the most advanced touchscreens to date from HTC. The screen of the Samsung Galaxy Note is rather different for couple of reasons. This is much larger at 5.3 inches, which makes it one of the largest smartphone screens on the market. This also has a higher resolution to ensure great display quality on the larger screen, at 800x 1280. The type of touchscreen technology used is also different, with super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen technology which is similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy S2, which is one of the most popular Android smartphones of all time, and a phone of which the screen is widely regarded as its crowning feature.
In terms of processing power, both of these phones are well equipped, but the HTC One X comes out on top in this department with a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor. Its one of the first smartphones to utilise this type of processor, and makes it one of the most powerful smartphones on the market. The processor of the Samsung Galaxy Note is nowhere near as powerful as this. The handset has a 1.4 GHz dual-core processor, which although not as powerful still provides excellent performance from the handset across many of its features, even by the standards of many newer smartphones.
The HTC One X and the Samsung Galaxy Note are well equipped as camera phones. This is a feature where they are largely evenly matched. The camera on both devices has a resolution of 8 megapixels, and shares a number of image enhancing features, LED flash and the ability to capture video footage in 1080p, which is full high definition.
Obviously there are many more similarities and differences between these phones but as you can see they both boast a number of impressive features. It is easy to see why handsets like these are becoming more popular, and are becoming more highly favoured over the mainstream handsets which are currently dominating the market.