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A beautiful, powerful phone. Fantastic camera. One of the best displays on the market. AT&T’s network is fast in 4G or 3G speeds. Sense 4 isn’t as good as stock Android 4, but it’s the best alternative out there.
Slim, solid, and pristine body, Gorgeous HD display, Lightning fast LTE speeds, Excellent performance with its dualcore CPU
Runs Android 4,0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) out of the box, Stunning high-definition screen, Powerful camera and camcorder, Blistering LTE data speeds, Excellent voice quality.
Beautiful design, great display, speedy and easy to use camera, improved Sense UI, fast Qualcomm S4 processor
Large screen is great for movies and games, Very well designed.
Superior 4.7-inch HD screen; Super-fast camera; Long battery life; Fast 4G LTE speeds; Elegant design;
Pretty much everything:fast new CPU, 720p display, beautiful design, LTE and Android 4.0 ICS.
Really awesome camera, good construction quality and great specs.
Excellent design and solid build quality, Good camera image quality, Beautiful 4.7inch Super LCD 2 display, Refined Sense 4
Brilliant and spacious screen, deep customisation, smart UI, excellent camera...
HTC’s signature protruding camera lens will get scuffed and scratched over the life of a twoyear contract. Beats Audio makes music sounds louder, but not better. AT&T exclusivity is a shame.
Unintuitive browser, Weak internal speaker, Ineffective with capturing photos/videos in low lighting
May be too large for some hands, No voice dialing over Bluetooth.
Nonswappable battery, somewhat large, limited storage
Poor call quality, Audio pickup in videos is abysmal, Nonexpandable storage
Design a bit large; Occasional lag with HTC apps; Some Wi-Fi issues
No expandable storage and battery isn't removable.
Gets warm frequently, Android continues to lag.
Battery life could be better
Umm., Ahhh....Look and Feel...
By TechSpot on April 02, 2012
The HTC One X is easily my favorite phone on the market today. Even Samsung's Google Galaxy Nexus pales in comparison. The sexy hardware design, the updated Sense 4 user interface, and the amazing camera team up with blazing performance to make the...
By ePHOTOzine on July 02, 2012
HTC One X Specifications ManufacturerHTCLensMax Aperturef/2Lens RangeNo Data35mm equivalent28mmImage SensorCCD pixels8Mp (Megapixels)Pixels (W)3264Pixels (H)2448Sensor SizeNo DataSensor Size (width)No DataSensor Size (height)No DataAspect...
By APC Magazine on June 27, 2012
After a string of largely forgettable devices last year, HTC has finally returned to form with one of the most impressive smartphones we've seen since the introduction of the iPhone 4. There's little, if anything, to dislike about the HTC One X....
By Kitguru.net on June 11, 2012
Don’t get your mind made up by the fact that the cons list is longer than the pros; with all qualities being summed up the HTC One X lives up to its flagship status, and rightly so. The 4.7 inch Super LCD 2 display with its 720p resolution is...
By FoneArena on June 08, 2012
I remember seeing the HTC One X for the first time in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress, announced from Peter Chou himself. I was a little bit confused at first. This announcement didn’t exactly sound like HTC. New materials, new tech, new...
By TechSmart.co.za on June 07, 2012
When we reviewed our first 4” smartphone, first impressions were that it was too big. The same happened when we received the 4.3” Galaxy SII – once again it seemed too large. HTC's 4.7” One X on the other hand, came across as...
By Tech Digest on May 21, 2012
Name: Type: Specifications: Price as reviewed: The HTC One X continues in the fine design tradition that HTC established once they'd purchased sharp design firm One & Co. Whether in black or white, the unibody build here is a corker, if perhaps a...
By Wired on May 17, 2012
The HTC One X is one of the best smartphones on the market, and the best Android phone you can buy right now, period.It’s fast, it’s gorgeous, it’s lightweight and it has a stellar battery that lasts all day. The camera is also...
By G4tv.com on May 15, 2012
Video Review: The HTC One X offers a 4.7" super LCD screen, an 8 megapixel camera, and Android 4.0 software on AT&T's 4G LTE network. Find out from Kevin Pereira and Matt Mira if this smartphone makes the cut on Gadget Pr0n....
By Ubergizmo on May 15, 2012
To make a long story short: the HTC One X is an excellent phone, and it should help HTC regain its former glory, if not financials (things have been tough for HTC recently). In this form, the HTC One X does a remarkable job with sheer performance,...
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