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[…] The camera on this phone is the second best phone camera I have used after that of the iPhone 4S. The 8MP rear shooter takes bright and vivid photos with little to no blurring and an instant shutter. This is because of what HTC calls ImageSense. What this means is that there is an extra chip inside the phone just for processing images and video. This and a dual shutter mean that the One X can take pictures and video at the same time. It also gifts the One X with astoundingly fast picture taking to the point where the phone actually sounds like a machine gun when in burst mode. The camera software on this phone is second to none. It lets you take awesome pictures, is well thought out, and gives you a nice range of effects to choose from. Low light pictures weren’t great, so you’ll need to use a flash, and sometimes photos get blurred really easily. You can view a gallery of pictures here. […]
[…] has the same camera unit as the One X, which is a good thing indeed. See some of our sample shots here. Share this:Share on TumblrLike this:LikeOne blogger likes this. Tags: 8, 8X, Announcement, HTC, […]
[…] The One X+ comes with the same 8MP f/2.0 rear shooter as seen on both of HTC’s recent flagships, the One X and Windows Phone 8X, while the front camera has been upgraded with a 1.6MP sensor capable of 720p video at 30 frames per second replacing the 1.3MP sensor in the One X. Both cameras perform admirably, and HTC’s ImageSense software and dedicated camera chip – the latter of which is now available to the front-facing camera for the first time – help to improve the photographic experience, acting as a welcome change from the rest of HTC’s superfluous software tweaks. The dual shutter system works incredibly speedily and the ability to take pictures while filming and viewing captured video is very welcome. You can view a gallery of our shots with the original One X here. […]