Windows Phone 8X Gets A Five Minute Video Walk-Through

In a new video of the Windows Phone 8X taken at the GITEX Computer Shopper show now underway in the United Arab Emirates, we get a full walk-through of a device. This is definitely the most detailed look we’ve seen of the HTC 8X to date.

The OS build is 9841, which is believed to be the RTM version of Windows Phone 8, however the folks at WPCentral aren’t 100% on that. There are still some fun things to look out for in this walk-through if the 8X regardless if the software version is final or not:

  • The camera in action with ImageChip technology
  • Maps, you’ll get a look at the new Maps with the new downloadable, offline option
  • Family Room from the People Hub
  • Office 13
  • Lock Screen Wallpaper auto-updater

Most important is the zippy way this individual┬ámoves through the phones features and functions, thanks to the dual-core 1.5GHz processor. It’s a nice 5 minute look at the device, just don’t listen to the music for that long. In fact, watch this whole video on mute — you’ve been warned.

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  • Deadeye37

    My, those are some hairy fingers…

    The phone looks zippy. Not a fan of WP8, but it is very easy on the eyes.

    Thanks for the heads up on the music. Listened to some of it and was about to blow my brains out with a shotgun until I remembered your comment to mute the video :)

    • Enzowned

      lol @ hairy fingers, noticed as well.

      Sick of the idea that you can put techno or whatever music into any video. I mean really?

  • mlewis

    This looks good, but I highly doubt this is the RTM version. Can’t wait…

  • poopy

    Wow looks like windows 7.

    • tegz

      and ios6 looks like the same shit we saw 5 years ago. what’s your point? troll troll troll your boat.

  • Jake

    Title is sorta misleading.. “Window Phone 8x”… shouldn’t it be HTC 8x – Window 8 Hands-on.

    • No, the name of the phone is “Windows Phone 8X” and it’s built by HTC

  • oktoberrust

    Another link to the video..

    Has there been any confirmation one way or another that the 8X will support LTE? That and Wi-Fi calling are my two pending questions. Yes to both = All in!