HTC One X Price List October, 2019 & Specs in Philippines

HTC One X Cheapest Price and Key Features

The HTC One X is the brand's strongest contender in the mid-range smartphone market. It's compact yet packed with features and processing power, which is why it's among the most famous devices in HTC's smartphone lineup. If you're looking for a midrange phone that doesn't faall short in doing what it's meant to do, check it our right here!

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HTC One X Cheapest Price and Key Features

The HTC One X is the brand's strongest contender in the mid-range smartphone market. It's compact yet packed with features and processing power, which is why it's among the most famous devices in HTC's smartphone lineup. If you're looking for a midrange phone that doesn't faall short in doing what it's meant to do, check it our right here!

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Recommended at Galleon
₱ 32,415.00

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Cheapest HTC One X Price in Philippines is ₱ 32,415.00

The HTC One X is now available in Philippines. The cheapest HTC One X price in Philippines is ₱ 32,415.00 from Galleon. You can also choose between different HTC One X variants with 32GB White starting from ₱ 32,415.00. HTC One X price details are updated October 2019.

HTC One X Price Guide

Price List by Country for HTC One X

Country International Price Price in PHP
Philippines PHP 32,415.00 ₱ 32,415.00
Vietnam VND 1.346.631 ₱ 2,992.00

HTC One X Price in Philippines by Variants

Variants Price Store
HTC One X 32GB White ₱ 32,415.00 Galleon

News about HTC One X

The world has gotten a glimpse of the HTC One X10 smartphone – the latest addition to the company’s mid-range line of devices – after its recent release in the US market. Despite its affordable mid-range price, the device includes premium features that are typically found in devices that are far more expensive.

The world has gotten a glimpse of the HTC One X10 smartphone – the latest addition to the company’s mid-range line of devices – after its recent release in the US market. Despite its affordable mid-range price, the device includes premium features that are typically found in devices that are far more expensive.


HTC introduces the U Play smartphone into their mobile inventory. The latest offering from HTC is a value-for-money smartphone that consists of many plus points. Design wise, HTC has taken its cues from U Play’s higher-priced brother, the U Ultra. Hence, the device looks better than most of the smartphones that are marketed in the same price bracket. The U Play sports the same metallic liquid surface form factor that can be found on the U Ultra and the body fits perfectly with the U Play’s 5.2-inch display.

HTC introduces the U Play smartphone into their mobile inventory. The latest offering from HTC is a value-for-money smartphone that consists of many plus points. Design wise, HTC has taken its cues from U Play’s higher-priced brother, the U Ultra. Hence, the device looks better than most of the smartphones that are marketed in the same price bracket. The U Play sports the same metallic liquid surface form factor that can be found on the U Ultra and the body fits perfectly with the U Play’s 5.2-inch display.


It is hard for companies to contain unwanted leaks being exposed to the public but HTC has managed to do it. HTC has kept one feature of the U11 a secret until now – its camera features. Although there were several leaks prior to the smartphone’s launch such as a squeezy interface, high-gloss glass back, a USB-C port rather than a headphone jack, the device’s camera features have only been unveiled yesterday.

It is hard for companies to contain unwanted leaks being exposed to the public but HTC has managed to do it. HTC has kept one feature of the U11 a secret until now – its camera features. Although there were several leaks prior to the smartphone’s launch such as a squeezy interface, high-gloss glass back, a USB-C port rather than a headphone jack, the device’s camera features have only been unveiled yesterday.


HTC One X Specs

Display
Screen Size 4.7"
Display Resolution 720 x 1280pixels
Pixel Density 312ppi
Water Resistant No
Scratch Resistant Yes
Camera
Rear Camera Resolution 8MP
Front Camera Resolution 1.3MP
Dual camera No
Memory
RAM 1GB
Internal Storage 32GB
Expandable Memory No
Card Slot No
Battery
Battery Capacity 1800mAh
Talk Time 8h
Platform
Processor Quad Core
Operating System Android
Design
Weight 130g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 134.4 x 69.9 x 8.9mm
Body Material Plastic
Launch
Release Year 2012
Release Month May
Connection
USB Connectors Micro-USB
NFC Yes
Wi-Fi Standard 802.11a
Networking
Dual SIM No
SIM Card Micro-SIM
Features
Waterproof No
Virtual Reality Capable No
Heart Rate Sensor No
LED Notification Light Yes
Face Recognition No
Iris Scanner No
Fingerprint Scanner No
FM Radio Yes
3D Touch No
colour
Colours White

HTC One X Philippines

Previous HTC flagships were often criticized for lacking identity and bringing little improvement in terms of both features and design. This time, critics should have little to fret about - the One X is as bold a step forward as it gets. Not only is the processing power more than doubled, but the screen and body of the smartphone itself are immensely better than what the Sensation and Sensation XE had to offer. And let's not forget the camera, which HTC say is the best they have ever made.

Display

The One X display offers arguably the best image quality of any LCD on the market. Not only is it remarkably sharp (at about 312 ppi, it's virtually impossible to distinguish individual pixels), but also has great contrast and nicely saturated colors.

Fast Processor

The HTC One X is certainly one of fastest phones on the mid-level market during its debut. There's no test in the mobile world it can't pass with flying colors. The dual-core Krait-powered devices might be able to match and at times even outdo it, but you should keep in mind that Nvidia takes good care of its chipsets making quite a few high-quality apps exclusively available to them through its TegraZone store.

8MP camera

The HTC One X packs an 8MP camera that does stills of up to 3264x2448 pixels and records 1080p video @ 24fps. There's an LED flash / video light too.

The camera interface is the same for both the still camera and the video camera - no they don't "look alike", the camera just has the UI shared between both functions.

The right-hand side features the Effects button, shutter key, camcorder record key and a shortcut to the gallery that shows the last photo taken. On the left is the flash setting toggle, general settings and shot mode (we'll get back to that in a moment).

The One X records 1080p or 720p videos at 24fps and it can snap photos while at it. You can also use touch focus and even toggle the video light - that's during recording!

Compact

What’s impressive about the One X is that it's actually more compact than you'd expect from a phone with a 4.7" screen. Not only is it impressively slim, the One X is only marginally larger than the omnipresent Samsung Galaxy S II and that one had a 4.3" screen.

Reviews of HTC One X

pinoytechblog.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-16
The HTC One X is the first quad-core phone to hit the local market back in April and is the 2012 flagship model from HTC. Aside from the immense power this phone gets, HTC boasts of superb camera performance and Beats Audio from their HTC One line of Andr...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2012-05-11
Sleek handset design,  Blazing Tegra 3 processor,  Brilliant HD screen,  Much-improved camera,  Tough! We dropped it several times
 So, so battery life,  Limited storage, no expandable memory slot
HTC was the first one to bring a quad-core processor handset in the Philippines with the One X, giving it the spotlight for some time and getting the credit as one of the most desirable (if not the most) flagship smartphone in the local market. Check out ...
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zoneitech.com
Reviewed on 2012-05-11
Once again, Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has come out with an outstanding Android handset in HTC One X.HTC One X seems to have it all and more–4.7-inch IPS display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass, quad core Tegra 3 processor plus discreet GPU, Ice Cr...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2012-04-12
2011 hasn't been an easy year for HTC. The Taiwanese company's on-going patent lawsuits with Apple have seemingly prompted it to carry out heavy investments on various companies. This includes a US$300 million acquisition of Via Graphics from S3 in a bid ...
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techpinas.com
Reviewed on 2012-04-11
TechPinas Exclusive! HTC One X , the Taiwanese company's 2012 Android flagship smartphone, is now officially available in the Philippines via Digital Walker for only Php 34,000 ! And TechPinas is one of the first tech blogs in the country to see it in t...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2012-02-27
In a not so surprise but strategic move, HTC CEO Peter Chou unified the new line of Android smartphones under the...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2012-11-09
Excellent vivid display, HTC Sense 4.0 offers great refinements to Android 4.0, better than average battery life, camera is one of the best you can find on any smartphone, packs in support for AT&T's LTE network, comes with 25 GB of Dropbox space free for...
Device size may not be suited for smaller hands, storage is not expandable, battery is not removable, no dedicated camera button
The HTC One X was one of the most talked about announcements that came out of MWC back in February. And fortunately, we haven't had to wait too long for it to show up state-side. The HTC One X has landed at AT&T, and it's packing in support for LTE's new ...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-22
Never thought of as being one of the premier players in the Android sphere, LG’s reputation is seemingly going in the correct direction with the LG Optimus G. For once, they really have the upper hand, as they’re the first ones to come to market with ...
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Theinquirer.net
Reviewed on 2012-10-16
Still, having sold five million units in its opening weekend, the Iphone 5 is clearly proving that it's the greatest Iphone yet, luring customers with its larger 4in screen, sleek new design and faster A6 processor....
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2012-10-08
After pitting four of the biggest stars in the smartphone world right now against one another in our web browsing and display comparisons, we’re once again taking the quartet on yet another worthwhile comparison to proclaim the best of the best in the...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-28
Continuing our look at flagship devices, our comparison now focuses on the best thing from both Apple and HTC. Launching earlier in the year, the HTC One X seemingly got the year jumpstarted with its awe-inspiring presence – thus, establishing the ben...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-26
The Galaxy Note II is here and it features an even larger 5.5” screen, improved S Pen ergonomics, and a beefed up quad-core processor. It is definitely not a handset for everyone, but if you are used to carry big-screen Android phones, the step up is ...
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gizmochina.com
Reviewed on 2012-09-22
HTC ONE X is the flagship Android phone of HTC, every one appreciate the wonderful screen, nice style and amzing camera. There is lots of ONE X clone phones in China market, but most of them only has low-level class WVGA screen with 800*480 pixel disply...
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pocketables.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-18
Aside from the original HTC EVO 4G, the HTC One X is HTC's first smartphone to induce such a massive response from consumers. And rightly so, because the HTC One X represents quite a lot for the Tiwanese company, who hasn't really had a hit since the afor...
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fudzilla.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-14
LG was the first company to introduce a dual-core phone and actually ship it. The company behind the processor was Nvidia and its Tegra 2 chip powered last...
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ephotozine.com
Reviewed on 2012-07-02
Stunning screen, Extremely thin, Lots of built-in effects, Quick focus, Quick continuous shooting, Takes photos while recording video, 2 year warranty, HTC One X
Gets hot with continued use, Doesn't have a dedicated shutter button, Lacks MicroSD slot for expansion, Poor image quality, Noise in all images, Lacks real flash
This mobile phone is being advertised as a camera, used by a photography student on a fashion shoot, while skydiving. It's also a high-end, top of the range, all singing, all-dancing Android phone with a huge 4.7inch screen, high resolution 720p displa...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-29
Is four times X greater than one time X? If X is greater than zero, then yes, it is. But that is valid only in the ideal world of mathematics. When you are dealing with smartphones, it gets a bit more complicated. As you can surely tell, today we are ...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-28
Alrighty people, we’re back with yet another comparison between two high-end Android powered smartphones for AT&T, which interestingly enough, has built itself one eclectic lineup of late. Reigning mightily for some time now, the HTC One X has been a ...
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androidauthority.com
Reviewed on 2012-06-02
Both the Galaxy S3 and the HTC One X are beautiful pieces of gear, no doubt. Both are powered by powerful chips and both lead the benchmark rankings. Both are built with utmost attention to detail, by the two most prestigious Android manufacturers in the ...
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gadgetreview.com
Reviewed on 2012-05-23
Looks and feels great, Excellent display, speed, and, Excellent battery life
Camera quality is soso, with soft photos and alltooeasy blur, Some software bugs, especially around Beats audio, Odd WiFi antenna placement may cause dropped signals when held normally
When we compared the four HTC One-series phones, I listed the One X as the best of the bunch for a number of reasons. Yet when it went up against the iPhone 4S, it lost by a single point, the closest any phone has ever reached. If Google is fortunate, the...
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