HTC unveiled its new “One” line of Android phones today at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. As part of the manufacturer’s plan to make fewer devices, the “One” series—and the flagship One X in particular—was designed to be the very best the company has to offer and on paper, it delivers.
Powered by a quad-core 1.5GHz Tegra 3 processor, the One X will run the Ice Cream Sandwich OS. It also has a 720p 4.7-inch Super LCD2 screen and built-in Beats By Dre audio, so users can enhance audio streams from Spotify, YouTube, etc. Additionally, purchasing the phone nets users 25GB of free Dropbox storage for two years, on top of the phone’s 32GB-capacity and 1GB of RAM. The One X is also 4G-ready, and comes equipped with HTC MediaLink, an HDMI cable that connects to your TV so you can play games or watch movies on your TV and use the One X as a control.
The One S sports similar specs, with the exception of a smaller 4.3-inch LCD screen and black aluminum case, compared to the One X’s machined polycarbonate unibody.
The line’s set to drop within the next 60 days.