Excerpt: While HTC's Desire brand was originally attached to premium smartphones, these days Desire-branded handsets have a distinctly mid-range feel. The Desire X inhabits the crowded sub-£200 SIM-free market, so we were interested to see how it would stand out. First impressions are, thankfully, good. The Desire X is a smart phone. It's slim and light with a pleasing curved shape, and our review model was the classy white and silver version.
Excerpt: Mobile giant HTC is incessantly getting higher and bigger with its excellent class of Smartphone that works amazingly well without breaking the sweat. The company has added yet another new sibling in its family, HTC Desire X which promises to deliver the best with its top notch components. Emerging as a mid-range replacement to its predecessors notably HTC Wildfire and Desire, the Smartphone is compact and boasts handsome profile.
Excerpt: Being in the prestigious position in the smartphone industry, HTC has merged superior innovations with first-rate technologies so that every time you hold one of its handsets, you can feel the thrill of holding a tech-wonder. As the demands of the consumers are changing rapidly with the time, so every mobile phone manufacturer is endeavoring to come up with something better than their last launched quintessential.
Summary: You get a lot on the HTC Desire X considering its mid-range price, including a bright, clear 4in display and an impressive snapper. With Beats Audio, and a good day of life in that battery, there are few mid-range mobiles that can beat it.