April had been the month, which witnessed the launch and release of much anticipated and awaited smart phones. In the row of same, HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy S II also spread the charm of Android 4.0 ICS and also the power of high processing speed with lots many lucrative and interactive features on the same.
HTC One X from the HTC One series has been a much talked about Android based smart phones and Samsung already glamorized the market with Galaxy and now it has come up with the new breed Galaxy S II. Well these both smart phones are quite lucrative and full of exciting features and if this season you are thinking of to buy anyone of them, then let us have a walk to the park and see, which smart phone stands on which strand.
HTC One X Vs Samsung Galaxy SII Comparison
HTC One X is being framed in 134.4 x 69.9 x 8.9 mm as compared to Samsung Galaxy S II which has been composed in the frame size 125.3 x 66.1 x 8.5 mm. Comparing the weight of both, One X is just 130gms, compared to 116gms of Galaxy SII. However you will hardly feel the difference of 14gms.
HTC One X is a thin built with decent 3 touch capacitive buttons below the display. Compared to this, Samsung Galaxy holds a bit grand look with brawny built and comes with stylish button with physical centre button and two capacitive touch buttons.
Well over all perceptions says, that HTC is a head in the form factor.
In terms of display, HTC One X is composed of super IPS LCD 2 capacitive touch display of 4.7 inches and which offers the screen resolution of 720×1280 pixels with the pixel density of 312ppi. Compared to this you will find, 4.3 inches display in Samsung Galaxy SII which offers the 480 x 800 pixels with density of 217ppi.
Both the display offers the multi touch support, sensors like accelerometer, proximity and Gyro sensor which enhance the user experience. Both the displays are also protected by Corning Gorilla Glass displays.
More or less, in terms of display features, both stands on the same strand, however HTC One is ahead in offering the better picture quality with better resolution and pixel density.
Galaxy S II and HTC One X, both are powered with 8MP camera, where the maximum resolution is also the same. However you will find HTC One X better than Galaxy, when it comes to other features like dual LED flash, quality of HD and also in terms of software application for enhancing the pics quality. Both have maximum resolution of 3264×2448 pixels, features like LED flash, Geo Tagging, image stabilization, face detection and HD video shoot at 1080p resolution.
Processor, OS and UI:
HTC One X is powered with 1.5 GHz Quad Core processor which is backed by Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset, compared to this, Samsung Galaxy comes with 1.2 GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor which is powered by Mali GPU.
In terms of OS power, HTC is again ahead to Samsung Galaxy S II which is powered with Android Gingerbread 2.3.4 compared to Android 4.0 ICS which powers the HTC One X. If we talk about UI, then Samsung Galaxy SII has TouchWiz 4, while in HTC you will experience the charisma of Sense UI which is popularly known for offering better gaming experience and user friendly UI.
Memory, Connectivity & Battery:
HTC One X comes with 32GB of internal memory which is no more expandable. Samsung Galaxy also comes in 16/32GB variants and it offers the support for expandable memory. Both the smart phones offer quite similar connectivity features with the difference in Bluetooth, where HTC is powered with HTC one X and Samsung comes with 3.0.
HTC One X runs on 1800mAh battery and offers the 10 hrs of talktime on 2G and close to 9 hrs on 3G. Where have Samsung Galaxy SII runs on 1650mAh battery which offers 19 hrs of talk time on 2G and 9 Hrs on 3G.
HTC One X is powerful Android based smart phone which has show quality performance in recent times and better quality of experience in all aspects of interaction. Powered with Android 4.0 ICS, HTC One X is no doubt a head from Samsung Galaxy SII which is no doubt less expensive then HTC One X. However Samsung Galaxy SII with decent features is an ideal choice if budget is the constraint.