The HTC One X offers excellent processing power from the quad core chip that it uses. The device runs on an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor chip that is clocked at 1.5Ghz. This chip incorporates four ARM Cortex A9 cores to help deliver a near perfect multi tasking experience on the device. When we tested this handset we found it incredibly quick and it is fair to say that the One X will take some beating in this department. Accompanying the processor chip is an Nvidia Geforce ULP graphics processing unit. This GPU is one of the best currently available and it helps to ensure that the device handles the most demanding games and HD video footage with ease. The Sony Xperia S uses a processor which is clocked at the same speed as the One X but only incorporates dual cores. This should however prove ample for the average phone user and when we tested both phones it was very difficult to find much difference in terms of performance speeds. The Sony features a Qualcomm MSM8260 S3 chipset with an ARM Cortex A9 processor. This is coupled with a powerful GPU in the shape of an Adreno 220 chip. On paper the HTC One X is the superior handset in this area but in reality both models deliver excellent performance that is hard to fault.
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If you are looking for a premium smartphone with great camera features then both of these models are excellent. The HTC One X incorporates an 8 mega pixel still camera which is accompanied by a high quality BSI sensor that helps the phone produce outstanding quality. The new Sense 4.0 user interface enables the handset to capture still images while recording uninterrupted video footage which is a nice idea not found on any other models at present. Holding down the shutter key on this phone will also capture a series of 20 photographs and the user can simply select their favourite shots from this set and delete the rest. In terms of video capture the model offer 1080P capture at a frame rate of 30 per second. The One X offers a superb camera feature but the Sony Xperia S outshines its rival in this area thanks to a superb 12 mega pixel photography facility. The phone also uses a BSI sensor like the HTC device and the results are fantastic. A range of additional features are on hand to help users capture the very best photographs possible. An LED flash is perfect for photography in dark conditions and image stabilisation compensates for any natural shake that can have a negative effect on the final image. Video capture is the same as the HTC handset with the phone capable of recording HD 1080P footage.
There is no doubt that these are two of the very best phones currently available. The HTC One X has the edge over the Sony for processing power but the Xperia S offers higher quality still photography.
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