HTC One X+
The HTC One X+ features a 4.7-inch display, a quad-core 1.7GHz Tegra 3 CPU, 64GB of storage capacity and a larger 2,100mAh battery. The phone runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a modified Sense 4+ overlay. 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.
Gorgeous bright screen.
Excellent virtual keyboard.
Huge 64GB capacity.
Great Tegra 3 performance.
Superlative build quality.
Includes a 25GB Dropbox account.
No expandable memory.
Only 1 GB of RAM.
Camera is not great.
By Whathifi.com on September 12, 2013
This is a fine phone to use, watch and listen to. It's an upgrade rather than an overhaul but a job nicely done to make the HTC One X+ a very competitive smartphone. See all our Android smartphone reviews Follow whathifi.com on Twitter Join...80
By TopTenREVIEWS on August 12, 2013
There's a reason why HTC added a plus sign to the new HTC One X+ smartphone. This baby is bursting with extras. With a 1.7GHz quad-core processor and 64GB of storage, you'll wonder how you ever lived without the latest HTC phone. The design of...-
By Expert Reviews on June 08, 2013
A great mid-range phone with an excellent battery life but there's better-value phones with similar specifications...80
By NotebookCheck on February 16, 2013
Even the HTC One X+ doesn't represent the perfect smartphone. Our extensive review shows, however, that it can certainly compete with the best cell phones currently on the market. The well-manufactured One X+ with its attractive design is...88
By Computeractive on February 11, 2013
HTC has a confusing array of Android smartphones and one of the Taiwanese company's latest models is the One X+. As its name implies, the HTC One X+ is an updated version of the original One X, which was one of our favourite Android smartphones of...-
By Tbreak.com on February 05, 2013
So does the HTC One X+ warrant your attention? It’s certainly not as snazzy as say the Google Nexus 4 or any of the recent Samsung lineup, but it’s still a decent Android phone that looks good and works fairly well. It’s not worth...80
By PC Advisor on February 01, 2013
HTC's latest flagship smartphone is the One X+, essentially a One X with a tune-up. See also: in-depth HTC One X+ review . At a glance, the One X+ looks identical to the One X. That's because HTC has only made changes inside, so the handset...-
By V3.co.uk on February 01, 2013
One of the fastest smartphones we've ever had the pleasure to use, with the only real shortcoming its Sense...80
By Trusted Reviews on January 29, 2013
HTC's star has been on the wane for a while, but to be honest it's sort of difficult to see why. Certainly the drop in its sales isn't down to it suddenly producing naff phones. In fact, the company is still churning out some cracking...90
By The Inquirer on January 24, 2013
TAIWANESE PHONE MAKER HTC's One X+ handset is essentially a souped-up version of the original One X smartphone with an improved processor, a larger battery and an updated version of Google's Android operating...90