Smartphone photography is all the rage today. All of the cool kids seem to be doing it, just ask Facebook. In the world of smartphone point and shoots, HTC’s One X makes a good case to be king of the hill, but the discovery of a semi-nifty feature just may give it the throne. A YouTube account carrying the handle ePrice has unearthed a remote bluetooth camera shutter option hidden in HTC’s Android kingpin.
Said to work with specific bluetooth headsets, this hidden gem has the potential to help One X owners live out their dreams of snapping family pictures via their smartphone without having to hold it in their hands. It should be noted that some headsets require a unique combination of button presses to get this feature working, so feel free to play around with it a bit. If you’re just curious to see such a feat in action, however, then take a gander at the video below.