HTC’s One X is one of the most popular devices on the market at the moment, after being launched earlier this year as the company’s flagship handset (with One X+ coming following it to maintain the name), though HTC J Butterfly might arrive soon to take that position.
If not, another similar device might be launched next year with the “flagship” title next to it, even if the handset vendor hasn’t made an official announcement on the matter for the time being.
Enthusiasts, however, are already dreaming of what the successor of One X might have in store for them, and Bob Freking is one of them.
In his vision, HTC might launch a Two X smartphone at a certain moment in the future, one that would build on the success of One X, while packing a series of revolutionary changes inside.
The HTC Two X concept phone combines capabilities from multiple smartphones from the leading handset vendor, such as the high-end camera in Titan II (along with ImageSense technology), and the touchscreen display of HTC J Butterfly.
Basically, the concept device would arrive on shelves with a 5-inch 1080p Super LCD 3 display and with a quad-core Snapdragon S4 Pro processor inside for increased performance capabilities.
Moreover, the concept phone was conceived with a 16-megapixel photo snapper on the back, capable of recording videos in full HD resolution, as well as with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal memory.
Bob Freking also notes that the concept is powered by a 3000 mAh battery, and that Google’s latest version of Android runs on top of this device (Android 4.2 seems like a good candidate for the job, one should agree).
Unfortunately, the HTC Two X smartphone is only a concept device at the moment, and chances are that HTC would never bring it to shelves. Clearly, it would prove a great success if indeed released.
Great concept and specs. In addition I would add a micro sd card slot and a removable battery. I will never buy a phone without a removable battery. That's one of the reasons why I didn't buy the HTC One X. Plus the fact that it had a meager 16gb internal storage. So I went with the HTC Vivid instead.
The Galaxy S3 has a removable battery and mirco sd card slot. HTC take notice, if you don't want lack luster sales again.