HTC Desire X Now Available in the UK

The mid-level device features a price tag of £228 ($367 / €283)

By on October 9th, 2012 01:21 GMT

A new Android-based smartphone from the Taiwanese mobile phone maker HTC Corporation is now available for purchase in the UK, namely the HTC Desire X.

The handset is now listed as up for purchase at online retailer Clove, with a price tag of £228 (around $367 / €283) attached to it.

The handset is being released as an affordable yet feature-packed Android smartphone, capable of providing users with 4GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot to expand it, and with access to no less than 25GB of storage on Dropbox, free for two years.

The new mobile phone also sports a 4-inch touchscreen display on the front, along with a 1GHz dual-core processor packed inside, complemented by 768MB of RAM.

On the back, the new smartphone features a 5-megapixel photo snapper, capable of recording videos in high-definition.

The specifications list of this mobile phone also includes support for Wi-Fi connectivity, along with Bluetooth capabilities, FM radio, and a removable 1650mAh battery, Clove notes.

“Thanks to a 3G data connection and Wi-Fi connectivity you can connect to the internet from your phone, browse the web, send emails, or connect to social networks such as Facebook & Twitter,” the online retailer notes.

Moreover, the handset comes with the HTC Sense user interface, while makes “these social networks integrate with your contacts so you can see the latest status updates and profile pictures.”

The smartphone runs under Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and provides users with access to a wide range of applications available for download through the Google Play Store.

Thus, those who purchase it will enjoy Google Maps with Navigation on it, Google+, YouTube, Google Search, and the like, as well as a nice range of appealing games also put up for download in the app storefront.

You can learn more on the HTC Desire X, as well as on the available offer for it in the UK on this page at Clove.

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