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Is it powerful enough to play 1080p videos in web browser desktop mode?

Is it powerful enough to provide a smooth android experience without any lag.

Please test and let me know as I'm looking to purchase today

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Is it powerful enough to play 1080p videos in web browser desktop mode?

Is it powerful enough to provide a smooth android experience without any lag.

Please test and let me know as I'm looking to purchase today

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Yes

Yes

Its is one of the most powerful android phones available currently, top 5.

Please attempt to do some research in the future, before posting such a blatant question
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i never did get this why in the world do you want a 1080p video on a 5 inch screen. the only reason i can logically see is if you already had 1080p videos encoded.
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i never did get this why in the world do you want a 1080p video on a 5 inch screen. the only reason i can logically see is if you already had 1080p videos encoded.
U are absolutely right. Bragging rights, in combination that the large majority want the latest and greatest and don't fully understand how it works
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thanks for clearing things up,
before asking these blatant questions,
i have done a good amount of reseach
and i was getting different answers,
i probably will never ever watch 1080p on the 5 inch screen but my quetion was meant to find out what it could do rather than what i will do with it.

thanks for the answers everyone, and sorry for making my intention to be unclear at first.
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Having the right video player helps


Dice Player is great
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anyone tried an htc one x in ATT store? what you think

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