Monday, June 18, 2012

Comparing Key Features Of The Samsung Galaxy Note And HTC One X

Samsung Galaxy Note

HTC X-One

The Samsung Galaxy Note and the One X are a couple of the more impressive phones on the market. In this post I will take a look at a few of the main features of these models to find out how they stack up against one another.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note and the One X are a couple of the more impressive phones on the market. In this post I will take a look at a few of the main features of these models to find out how they stack up against one another.


Processor
The HTC One X is the very first HTC handset to incorporate a quad-core processor. At 1.5GHz, it's amongst the most powerful handsets on the market with regards to processor power. This technology suggests the overall performance of the phone is top notch in regards to software and hardware alike. The Galaxy Note has a 1.4GHz dual-core processor, which although considerably less powerful compared to the HTC One X, is still very impressive and at the time of the Samsung Galaxy Note's release, meant it was one of the most powerful smartphones out there.


Screen
The Galaxy Note is famous for the superior quality, and definitely the dimensions of its display. It's got AMOLED capacitive technology that is also found in the Samsung Galaxy S3, as well the new Galaxy S3. The screen measures 5.3 inches, so lots of people view it as a cross between a smartphone and a tablet. The touchscreen on the One X is a bit smaller than this, but still sizable at 4.7 inches, and features IPS LCD2 capacitive touchscreen technology and it is the very first HTC device to do so. Both of these screens have high pixel resolutions, and so are able to display full HD videos.


Software
The Galaxy S3 comes with the previous version of Android installed, called Gingerbread, but there's now an update for the new Ice Cream Sandwich variation. The HTC One X has this recent variant installed as standard. As the two devices run Android, there are clearly a great number of customisation possibilities as well as downloadable applications from Google Play (formerly called Android Market). Additionally, both the phones run their particular manufacturers’ custom Android interfaces over the top of the default Android OS, known as Samsung TouchWiz and HTC Sense, respectively. These supply each handset with an alternative appearance to the standard Android OS, and also additional downloadable content like apps and widgets that are optimised for each phone, along with multimedia content from HTC Hubs and Samsung Hubs where users can download videos and TV shows, songs and eBooks, magazines and newspapers and so on.

Obviously, both the Galaxy Note and the One X provides a selection of notable specifications. While the HTC One X is superior on paper, as the considerably newer device, the Samsung Galaxy Note ought to be the first option if searching for a phone with a much bigger display.

Take a look at more Samsung Galaxy Note Reviews:
http://samsunggalaxynotereviews.co.uk/the-samsung-galaxy-...
and HTC One X Deals:
http://www.phoneslimited.co.uk/HTC/One+X.html


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