Now all the smartphones pursue smaller lighter thinner.Of course,the HTC One VX is in the row. With the One VX’s smaller screen comes a lower resolution. At 960×540 with 245 PPI it starts to show its lower price point, compared with the 1280×720 dhe 312 PPI on the One X+. Still, this a great corner to cut for customers who aren’t as focused on consuming HD video on their mobile device.
For taking photos the VX has a 5 megapixel camera. While this is none too high, it’s supported by the many photo snapping features of HTC’s Sense 4 UI. It shoots with impressive speed, and can even capture images at a machine gun rate by holding the shutter button. It’s also capable of capturing full HD 1080p video. For video chat there’s a front-facing VGA-grade aparat fotografik. As far as software goes, the HTC One VX had Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC’s own Sense 4 UI running on it. The One VX will get an upgrade to Android 4.1: Jelly Bean and Sense 4+.