Teaming up for a phone delivering “studio-quality sound,” Beats Audio and HTC unveiled the HTC Desire X. Beats Audio, sound reproduction technology developed by hip-hop artist Dr. Dre, has recently gone beyond making headphones to expanding its collection of gadgets by designing laptops and now phones.
With this new phone with built in Beats Audio, the HTC Desire X’s sound experience is enhanced through an automated Beats Audio profile which alter’s frequencies for a rich and full sound. Through Beats Audio supporting HTC’s music software and its video player, the high quality sound via Beats allow users to immerse themselves in their music, playlists and video through the phone itself and wirelessly.
Available in the UK in September, the HTC Desire X’s specs available on the mobile maker’s site include a 1GHz dual-core processor for powerful performance, 768 MB of RAM Memory & 9mm body. Its 1650 mAh capacity battery allows for up to 600 or 1,200 minutes of talk time, depending on the network used, and including the battery, it weighs in at 114 grams. Its display is a 4 inch SuperLCD, capable of 800 x 480 resolution and has 4 GB of built in memory with a microSD slot available for expanded memory. Located in the back of the phone is a 5MP camera with flash and autofocus and with VideoPic, users can shoot video and take pictures at the same time.
Beats Audio integration also allows for better sound when streaming wirelessly in users’ automobiles or within their home. Powered by the latest version of Android Version 4.0 with HTC Sense, HTC’s collection of tools and features, the Desire X also supports Bluetooth and DLNA for wireless media streaming from the phone to a compatible TV or PC.
For audio via Bluetooth, mobile users can wirelessly connect their phone to their car’s Bluetooth radio. As a special feature, users of Beats Audio headphones can connect their headset to their phone for Beats Audio profile to adjust to that particular headset.