Updated HTCs Mobile Phones with Quad-core Processors: Now in Canada, U.S.

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By Vittorio Hernandez | November 26, 2012 11:02 AM EST

HTC has another leak of an upcoming mobile device called HTC Deluxe which is expected to arrive January 2013. Other latest HTC Android smartphones released recently have powerful processors which are all in quad-core, providing efficiency and speed to the user.

Upgraded versions of HTC One X and HTC One X+ were recently rolled out in Canada and the U.S. through TELUS and AT&T wireless networks.

AT&T sells the HTC One X+ at $199.99 which comes with a two-year contract. TELUS offers the same unit at a lower price of $129.99 but ties the buyer to a three-year contract.

HTC Droid DNA

This Android smartphone features a 5-inch screen, 1080p full HD display with pixel density of 440 ppi and has quad-core Snapdragon processors.

The device has both rear and front camera with features for the rear of one-press continuous shooting of up to 4 shots per second. HDR automatically shoots three pictures and then combines all of them with best lightning, colour and subjects. VideoPic allows simultaneous video shoot and image capture.

The audio is powered by Beats Audio Technology, the durability is provided by the polycarbonate material for the body and Corning Gorilla Glass 2 for the screen.

HTC One X+

It is considered the best-rated smartphone innovation from its predecessor, the HTC One X. It is 67% faster, has twice more memory, and up to 50% more battery life than the HTC One X.

The speed is powered by 1.7GHz quad core processor. It has 64GB internal storage, camera technology of continuous firing shots, and simultaneous HD video and high resolution image capture. This HTC smartphone has Beats Audio Technology to empower all audio sources from mp3 to games.

HTC Deluxe

This is an upcoming unit set for release in early 2013 from HTC which has speculated features like running under the operating system Android 4.1 or JellyBean, with 1.5GHz quad-core processor, five inches of screen display with 1080x1920 resolution, Corning Gorilla Glass protection, and 8MP rear camera.

Technical Details

HTC Deluxe

HTC Droid DNA

HTC One X+

Operating System

Android 4.1

Android 4.1 with 4.2 upgrade

Android 4.1.1

Processor

1.5GHz Quad core

1.5GHz Quad core

1.7GHz Quad core with NVIDIA Tegra 3 chipset

Memory

2GB RAM

2GB RAM

1GB RAM

Storage

Up to 16 internal, expansion not yet confirmed

Up to 16GB internal, no expansion

32/64 internal, no expansion

Rear Camera

8MP, 3264x2448, autofocus, LED flash

8MP, 3264x2448, autofocus, LED flash

8MP, 3264x2448, autofocus, LED flash

Front Camera

2.1MP

2.1MP

1.6MP

Video

1080p@30fps with stereo sound recording, video stabilization

1080p@30fps with stereo sound recoring, video stabilization

1080p@28fps, 720p@30fps(front)

Weight

Not yet confirmed

141.7 grams

135 grams

Display

Super LCD3, 1080x1920, 5.0"(441ppi)

Super LCD3, 1080x1920, 5.0"(441ppi)

Super LCD2, 720x1280, 4.7"(312ppi)

Protection

Corning Gorilla Glass 2

Corning Gorilla Glass 2

Corning Gorilla Glass 2

Special

HTC Sense UI 4+

HTC Sense UI 4+

HTC Sense UI 4+

Tech reviews pointed out that while HTC may be suffering from declining sales, the release of the HTC One X+ is an indicator that the Taiwanese company is still capable of release some great handsets.

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