HTC Windows Phone 8X put in direct sunlight in San Francisco

The HTC Windows Phone 8X seems to have been facing some sort of network testing in sun-drenched San Francisco, as per a leaked image online. If our guesses are accurate, it seems that 3 units of the smartphone along with an older Samsung device were present. Apparently, this might be part of some sort of signal strength testing with every unit comprising of a different radio.

HTC Windows Phone 8X flaunts an enormous 4.3-inch Super LCD 2 touchscreen with resolution of 7201280 pixels, which works out to be an extremely imposing pixel density of 342ppi. Beneath the hood, you get a mighty dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 MSM8960 CPU. Moreover, the Adreno 225 takes care of your graphics needs 1GB of RAM is present.

The HTC Windows Phone 8X flaunts 16 GB of internal storage capacity a rear-viewing 8 MP snapper that clicks videos in HD format at 30fps. A 2 MP snapper on the frontage clicks self-portraits an 1800mAh battery keeps the momentum for very long. In simple words, the handset is no slouch in any aspect. And obviously, it sports Windows Phone 8 operating system, which is also the latest installment in the platform.

T-Mobile has begun taking names e-mail addresses from consumers interested in the device. As per Amazon U.K., the smartphone will start shipping on November 8th. And for unsubsidized pricing, we have heard rumors hinting somewhat between $650 USD and $863 USD from Clove Amazon UK respectively. So guys, what’s your take?