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Summary: Brand & Model: HTC X2; Product Release Date: 02 December, 2017; Fingerprint Sensor: Yes; Waterproof: Yes; Display Type: Super LCD 5 capacitive touchscreen; Display Size: 5.2 inches FHD; Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Pixels, 24 bit color depth; Multitouch Input: Yes; Display Colors: 16M Colors; Pixel Density (In PPI): ~ 424 PPI, Pixel Per Inch; Touch Screen: Multi Touch Support; Touchscreen Technology: Capacitive Touch; Display Protection: Yes; Features: IPS, LCD FHD display~ 424 PPI, Pixel DensityCapacitive Bezel-less DisplayEdge SenseCorning Gorilla Glass2.5D Curved Glass; Secondary Display: No; Screen to Body Ratio: 68.75%; Camera Type: Dual Camera Set UP (One Front One Back) ...

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