HTC would certainly look forward to 2013 with more optimism compared to 2012, which could be deemed to be the company’s annus horribilis on record so far with falling market share and a lacklustre time in the smartphone market. After all, their “One” range of Android-powered smartphones did not really light up the market despite the HTC One X (and of course, its updated version which is the HTC One X+) carrying the flame on behalf of the company. There is also a throwback to the earlier HTC years with names such as the Wildfire, Sensation, Rhyme and Desire. It makes sense then that consumers might get confused with HTC returning to the Desire naming convention with the HTC Desire X, instead of sticking to the “One” series. Let us read on to see how the HTC Desire X stacks up against the rest of the competition as an mid-range smartphone in this day and age. A high-end device, this is not.
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