A new entry to AT&T's Android smartphone ranks, the $49.99 HTC One VX packs dual-core processing, 4G LTE, plus a nimble camera.
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-- I just as prime -- for cnet.com and today we're taking a first look at the HTC one DX -- intense heat. This handset cost -- very affordable 4999. And is available now for purchase. If you're acting like me you may not expect much Smartphone for under fifty bucks. But the HTC one VX actually offers quite a bit of hardware and capabilities. For not much cash up front. Powering the handset is a respectively fast one point two gigahertz dual core snapdragon processor. And decently large one gigabyte allotment program. Sure it's not a pleasing Quad Core chip you'll find in more expensive devices. It does however have enough chops to drive the phones Android Ford auto Ice Cream Sandwich operating system with agility. That's right -- -- Ice Cream Sandwich and not Google's latest and greatest version of Android jelly. Still you do get HTC's well crafted sense for UY which sits on top of Android. The one DX may not have as -- look as HTC's other handsets. Either such as the one X plus one -- While those phones are molded from a single piece of -- continent or -- aluminum the one of the -- chassis is ordinary plastic. Even so it doesn't feel cheap is thin and has an attractive silver and white color scheme. Above the four point five inch QHD resolution screen is a VGA front facing camera. Below are -- capacity of buttons for Android functions. The right side -- a long tree and volume bar while up top is a headphone Jack and power button. On the -- -- is the phone's five megapixel camera and LED flash. Underneath the battery cover slots for micro SD and sim cards plus -- embedded 1810 -- and battery. Other features on the one PX include beats audio processing technology. And connection to AT&T'S four GL TE data network. While the HTC one DX's five megapixel camera has a comparatively low resolution. It uses a backside illuminated sensor shoots pictures quickly and has plenty of features and shooting modes. Such as an HDR mode. Panorama continuous shooting and the ability to snapshots while recording video. When you add it all up HTC one VX seems to offer a lot for its low price check back soon at cnet.com for a full review. I'm Brian Bennett and this has been a first look at the agency once he asks.
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