Before you guys make your final choice what’s gonna be your next smartphone, let me give you a sort of comparison between the HTC’s One X and the much awaited Galaxy S III. These phones may look both stylish and practically useful but let’s find out how are they gonna play up in terms of performance. Let’s look a bit deeper what these both phones offer.
Looking at the device’s processor, the HTC One X has nVidia Tegra 3 quad core +1 processor which runs at 1.4GHz while the Galaxy S III comes with a new Exynos quad core processor also at 1.4GHz, but by standards it is a bit faster than the Tegra 3. Both devices have a 720p HD screen with excellent viewing angles. Galaxy SIII is the first to use Corning’s new Gorilla Glass 2 and a PenTile matrix which would make it last longer.
Both devices have an 8MP camera while initial reports say that a 1080p videos on the Galaxy S III are taken at 17Mbps, a higher bitrate compared to 10Mbps on the One X. This only means that videos are of a better quality though in bigger file size. But consider this new tech with galaxy S III, you can simply shout “cheese” to activate its shutter. Cool!
As expected, both run the latest version of Android 4.0 or the Ice Cream Sandwich on top of the stock operating system adding extra features and UI styles not included in vanilla Android. The HTC One X comes with a 32GB of internal storage compared to the 16GB in the base model of the Galaxy SIII. Both devices come with a Bluetooth 4.0 technology, NFC, a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, Assisted GPS and DLNA technology for sharing protected content to other devices.
Well, while Samsung always comes on top in most cases, there are still other things to consider with what of the HTC. And if the performance difference worth the higher price, then it would be your choice.