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The HTC One X runs Android 4 OS with the new Sense 4 user interface and the phone's powerful NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, which has 4 processing cores that can run at speeds of up to 1.5GHz. On the front face of the phone is the secondary 1.3 megapixel camera for video chatting, which supports the primary 8 megapixel camera, with LED flash. It measures 134.5mm x 70.8mm (5.3in x 2.8in) and weight only 134g (4.7oz).
A beautiful, powerful phone.
Runs Android 4,0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) out of the box.
Powerful camera and camcorder.
Blistering LTE data speeds.
Excellent voice quality.
Superior 4.7-inch HD screen.
Long battery life.
Fast 4G LTE speeds.
Good construction quality and great specs.
Refined Sense 4.
Deep customization and smart UI.
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.
May be too large for some hands.
No voice dialing over Bluetooth.
Poor call quality.
Audio pickup in videos is abysmal.
Occasional lag with HTC apps.
Some Wi-Fi issues
Battery isn't removable.
Gets warm frequently.
Battery life could be better
No 4G data support.
By TechSpot on April 04, 2012
The HTC One X is easily my favorite phone on the market today. The sexy hardware design, the updated Sense 4 user interface, and the amazing camera team up with blazing performance to make the One X an unstoppable force of nature...
By itreviews.com on January 05, 2013
The HTC One X+ for AT&T gains quad-core power and pumped-up internal storage to help keep it in the thick of the pack, if not quite on top of...
By TechRadar on August 17, 2012
Let's not beat around the bush here: we love the HTC One X. You can see how we feel about the battery life, but it's not an insurmountable problem... it's just frustrating that you'll have to be frugal at times with your smartphone usage...
By ePHOTOzine on July 02, 2012
The HTC One X is without doubt a very good Android phone, running the latest version of Android, with a good user interface and an excellent screen. However, the camera is reasonable at best, with the only real highlights being that it can take photos...
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 evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The price of HTC's One X is still kept shushed. We have a feeling it will be quite expensive. So maybe a con for some. But that's life. This is a smartphone that won't be to the liking of people with small hands. But it will surely appeal to...
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...
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