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Up close with the HTC One X

Boasting a big 4.7-inch (1,280x720-pixel) Super LCD display, the $199 HTC One X features the familiar HTC weather clock widget front and center. A tab at the bottom of each home screen has shortcuts to basic phone functions but can easily be reconfigured to your tastes.

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Up close with the HTC One X

On back of the HTC One X is its main 8-megapixel camera with LED flash. Using HTC's new ImageSense technology, it snaps pictures fast, focuses quickly, and provides plenty of extra features, filters, and shooting modes.

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Up close with the HTC One X

At 0.36 inch thick, the HTC One X manages to keep a slim profile considering its large screen.

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Up close with the HTC One X

Here's a closer look at the HTC One X's camera. To the left of it sits the phone's micro-SIM card slot.

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Up close with the HTC One X

Like other recent HTC Sense devices, the HTC One X comes preloaded with the company's Watch app. There you'll find TV shows and movies for download to make downtime more fun. Of course Google's Play store also provides similar content.

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Up close with the HTC One X

The HTC One X's 8MP camera settings are very comprehensive. Standard features such as face detection, auto smile capture, and panorama are here as well as continuous shooting, slow-motion capture, and an HDR mode.

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Up close with the HTC One X

The HTC Music app handily combines all audio-related software and tracks stored in memory in one location.

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Also preinstalled on the HTC One X is the MOG app for music streaming and downloads. You do have to sign up for the paid service, though.

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Special effects like this alien ship emerging from the depths in the "Battleship" movie trailer look great on the HTC One X's bright 4.7-inch screen.

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