Difference between HTC One X and Sony Xperia S
The HTC One X is starting to get out of the box. It might be a repeat such as the success of Desire, for it has an awesome processor (which would be discussed later), and many more. But that won’t be easy for HTC, because Sony is in their way. The Sony Xperia S is the first Android Smartphone from Sony since they’ve parted ways with Erickson. They are really showcasing what they have for us because of its plenty features.
Design and Performance
Truly HTC is shifting into more sleeker designs. It has a 4.7” screen with a 720p HD display that’s only 8.9mm thick. But if you are seeking a smartphone from HTC which fits your hands right, I recommend you go for the HTC One S, because this phone is a bit spacious. Another of it’s many features is that, it has an expected volume rocker switch located on the right side, and a microUSB slot on the opposite side of it. 32GB of storage is given as well.
Now with the design of the Sony Xperia S, they have chosen to go with a curved back instead of a flat one which makes it more pleasurable for our hands as we navigate on it. On its left is its microUSB port which is also the charger and on its right, the micro HDMI port camera and volume button are located. With regards to its design, the Sony Xperia S is truly slim, as a matter of fact, if you put it in your pocket, you won’t stop on feeling your pocket if it’s still there. It is also not advised to put it on pockets that are shallow because of its tall design. It could easily fall out or get stolen. It has a polycarbonate body which makes it solid but nevertheless, comfortable as well. It runs on an Android 2.3.7 GingerBread with five home screens to display your favorite widgets and shortcuts. But unlike the HTC One X that features a 4.7” screen, it has only a 4.3” one. Still isn’t such of a disadvantage because not all buyers want big ones.
The HTC One X’s rear side is built with an 8-megapixel camera with a 1.3-megapixel camera on the front. With regards to cameras, it is clear that Sony beats HTC this time for the Sony Xperia S has a 12.1-megapixel camera at the back and a 2-megapixel camera on the front.
Both smartphone have their PROS and CONS. It really is up to you, the buyer, to decide.