Verizon Windows Phone 8X Unboxing & Review- The Ultimate Version
Windows Phone is hitting Verizon with stride, we first say Nokia’s offering with the Lumia 822. Now HTC’s well converted Windows Phone 8X is here on the VZW network. The Windows Phone 8X sports a 4.3-inch Super LCD 2 HD 720p display, housed in a Polycarbonate casing. It is powered by a snapdragon S4 dual-core 1.5Ghz processor with 1GB of ram. The Windows Phone 8X comes with 16GB of internal storage with no microSD expansion. An 8 megapixel rear camera with BSI sensor and f/2.0 lens and an amazing 2.1 megapixel front- facing camera with a 22 degree wide angle lens and records at 1080p. All this is run with an 1,800mAh battery. Plus the assurances of Verizon’s 4G LTE network
The design features of the Windows Phone 8X are sleek and sexy, the phone feels so light in you hands and very smooth to the touch with the matted finish. You will truly appreciate the flush design features the devices has. I must commend HTC for going away from their usual design attributes and going with a fresh and revealing approach that goes in hand in hand with a new OS launch with Windows Phone 8.
So what are the difference with the Verizon Windows Phone 8X and the AT&T version? There are a couple of this; first off lets start with the most obvious one. The Verizon version of Windows Phone 8X comes with wireless charging standard. A trend more and more companies are taking after the Lumia 920. This is a welcome added feature that enhances the device and gives user great amount of flexibility in charging. You have also got a few additives in built-in software with Data sense to help manage your data usage and Verizon VZ navigator. A welcome turn-by-turn navigation system that helps fill the void of Bing maps. Windows Phone 8X still gives you great battery life as well as a solid video and photo performance from its camera. Then there is the added benefit that Verizon offer by selling the Windows Phone 8X as an unlocked device. Allowing user to use it on any carrier of choice including GSM carriers such as AT&T & T-mobile. I can safely say if you are looking to pick up the Windows Phone 8X. Getting it on Version Wireless is the best possible thing to do.