spigen rugged armor iphone 7 case - black reviews

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spigen rugged armor iphone 7 case - black reviews

spigen rugged armor iphone 7 case - black reviews

Pricing hasn't yet been announced but HTC describes the Desire X as sitting lower down its pecking order as the One Series range of devices but above the budget Desire C -- so expect it to cost somewhere in the region of £180 ($284) unlocked. I went hands-on at a press preview of the device -- read on for my first impressions. Design, screen, and build quality. If you've clapped eyes on the HTC One X, the Desire X will look distinctly familiar. It's basically a miniaturized version of HTC's quad-core flagship -- with a few other key differences. Firstly, unlike the One X, the Desire X's back is removable so you can get at the battery. You also get a microSD card slot to expand storage space.

Secondly, the two exposed sides of the screen have been toughened so even though the screen appears to stretch all the way to the edge, it is buttressed with a rigid bit of plastic, This is a decent change, in my view, as it means you shouldn't have to worry about causing phantom selections or screen flex no matter how hard you grip the phone -- problems that I encountered on the One X, The overall look of the Desire X is attractive, It has spigen rugged armor iphone 7 case - black reviews some stylish aluminum trim around its face, switching to curved plastic round the back, There's a choice of either black or white models -- the latter has blue plastic and silver metal detailing around the camera lens, while the black version is all black (and slightly rubberized)..

On the front of the Desire X there's a 4-inch Super LCD display with a WVGA resolution. During my hands-on, it looked bright, clear and colorful. I also found the touch screen -- and the three touch keys -- nice and responsive to taps and swipes. On the top edge there's a 3.5mm headphone jack and a power key, the latter of which is set smack in the middle. The 4-inch screen means this phone isn't a tiddler but it doesn't feel too big in the hand, either. It's also relatively slender and felt fairly lightweight.

HardwarePowering the Desire X is a dual-core 1GHz S4 chip, which -- providing the price is right -- spigen rugged armor iphone 7 case - black reviews is a respectable amount of power for a midrange Android, RAM is 768MB, and there's 4GB of memory -- 1GB of which is user-accessible, This storage space can of course be expanded via the microSD card slot lodged under the backplate, During my hands-on time with the device, I didn't notice any lag when swiping around the menus, and Web browsing seemed responsive and fast -- even when panning around full-desktop versions of Web sites, So early signs look promising..

The phone certainly seems like it could easily handle the mobile basics of Web browsing and lightweight apps. More processor-intensive apps such as high-octane 3D games will probably tax it, though, so expect a bit of stutter if you plan on really leaning on the Desire X's engine. The battery is 1,600mAh -- which is slightly more capacious than the battery that Samsung slapped in the midrange Galaxy Ace 2. The phone also includes the Beats Audio music enhancing technology -- but won't include Beats Audio headphones in the box, HTC says.