The battle of the quad-core superphones has begun. After its initial advantage of coming out a few months earlier than its rival, the HTC One X now has to face the Samsung Galaxy S3 face-to-face, and try to convince people why it’s better.
And what better way to do this than by simply bringing out a manual with the two phones’ specs side-by-side, and point out how the One X is better in just about every single way? (All the while maintaining shameless bias, of course).
While HTC seem to be a little desperate with some of their answers (i.e. justifying the fact that the One X is wider by saying ‘Only 0.3mm difference. HTC One X is lighter, feels slimmer, and looks way better.’), they do make some interesting points.
HTC make a very good case for their screen which, although 0.1″ smaller than that of the S3, uses Super LCD2 technology as opposed to Samsung’s PenTile SAMOLED. They claim that their display has a much better colour sharpness, while also maintaining better viewing angles, accusing the S3 screen of over-saturating blue’s and colour exaggeration.
The list, leaked to PriceBaba, goes on, with HTC claiming to have a better camera, processor, audio setup and chassis (polycarbonate over plastic, you see). Looks like the gloves are off then. What will Samsung’s retort be?