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HTC rolls out Wildfire X Smartphone in India

HTC rolls out Wildfire X Smartphone in India

HTC has launched a new smartphone in India after almost one and a half year. Dubbed as the HTC Wildfire X, the smartphone comes with pre-installed “Mybuddy” feature that secures it . The phone has triple rear cameras and a waterdrop-style notch.

The phone’s elegant design is very contrasting as it comes withan OPVD mirror finish and there are Hyper Optical patterns at the back.

According to HTC, the Mybuddy feature enables users to share live location, record and transmit real-time audio/video of the surroundings. There is another feature where a user can trigger an alarm by pulling out the phone from the shell.

The HTC Wildfire X flaunts a 6.22-inch HD+ (720x1520 pixels) HD+ IPS display. The device comes with 3GB and 4GB Ram options with an internal storage capacity of 32GB and 128GB. Octa-core SOC is the processor along with Android 0 Pie operating system. The phone has a dual sim (Nano) slot for a seamless experience.

The phone’s rear triple camera is equipped with a primary sensor of 12MP (1.25-microsn pixel size) along with a secondary sensor of 8MP, and a tertiary depth sensor of 5MP. The rear camera has 8X hybrid zoom capability along with a dual-tone LED flash.  Furthermore, the phone also houses a front camera (8MP) with an 86 degree wide-angle lens.

In terms of connectivity, the HTC Wildfire X supports 4GLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS. In addition to it, there is USB Type-C and a 3.5m headphone jack.

There are an array of sensors in the phone ranging from ambient light, accelerometer, proximity sensor, and gyroscope.


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