Tuesday, 10 April 2012

HTC One X Vs. HTC Titan II: Android against Windows

One phone is among the best Android handsets in the world and other enjoys the repute of being the biggest Windows phone ever and surely one of the best too. And the most interesting thing is both the handsets come from the same parent company. OK, no more conjecturing; we are talking about the HTC One X and the HTC Titan II. This article is an attempt to compare both the handsets one against another.

Hardware comparison  
Till date the world has not seen a dual core processor on  a Windows phone and the Titan II is no exception, it sports a 1.5GHz single core processor, which is seconded by a 512MB RAM. On the other hand, the HTC One X sports a quad core processor, which has a clock speed of 1.5GHz and the processor is well complimented by a 1GB RAM. The HTC One X wins this round hands down.
Storage capacity
The HTC Titan II has a 16GB all flash memory where as the HTC One X sports a 32GB memory out of which 26GB is available for the users. Neither of the handsets can have their storage capacity expanded via Bluetooth. HTC One X has 10GB advantage over the Titan II.

Display Feature
The HTC One X has a Super IPS LCD 2 screen, which has a resolution of 1280x400p and with a screen size of 4.7 inches, the ppi becomes 312. Plus to protect the screen from scratches and damages, it has got the Corning Gorilla Glass cover. The HTC Titan II in reply has S-LCD screen with the resolution of 400x800p and with the screen size of 4.7 inch the ppi becomes 199. It is not that the Titan II is bad; One X is better.
The HTC one X has a 8MP camera on the posterior, which is an autofocus one and has features like LED   Flash,      simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-  tagging, face and smile detection, the camera can record HD videos at 1080p. For self portrait and video chat it has a 1.3 MP camera on the front. The other gadget in the  question, the Titan II sports an intimidating 16 MP camera on the back side of the body, which also is an auto focus one and has features like dual-LED Flash, Geo-tagging, BSI sensor, image stabilization, face detection. The camera can record HD videos at 720p. In addition there is an 1.3MP camera on the front side. No prizes for guessing, the Titan is the victor here.
Size and Dimension
The One X has a dimension of 134.4 x 69.9 x 8.9 mm and weighs around 130g, which can be called feather light at the minimum. The Titan in reply has a dimension of 132 x 69 x 13 mm and weighs around 147g. As said earlier both the handsets sport a 4.7 inch screen. I would keep both the phones at the same level in this segment.

The One X has a standard 1800mAh Li-Polymer battery and the Titan sports a standard Li-Ion 1730mAh battery. I would prefer Li-Polymer over Li-Ion any day, hence the One X.
Other Features
In the software section the One X has ICS 4.0 onboard, which happens to be the latest best Android till date. The Titan II runs Windows 7.5 Mango OS, which is a state of art operating system from Microsoft. Talking about the data, both the handsets have EDGE, GPRS, HSDPA, HSUPA, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, and USB 2.0. All the other features remain more or less the same.
The Verdict
After comparing both the handsets head to head, we find that the One X is a superior handset; not because the Titan II is a poor phone but because the One X is a champion mobile phone. I give my sincere recommendation to the HTC One X, this is the thing to go for!

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