HTC One X

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Huge phone with the power to back it. The One X has a 4.7" display, Ice Cream Sandwich, a slick Sense user interface, an 8MP camera, and is perfect for gadget lovers

THE GOOD

Latest Sense 4.0 UI, 1.5GHz quad-core processor, fast and responsive, able to download Google Chrome

THE BAD

Battery life not good, most people don't need quad-core, small hands may struggle with the size

User Reviews (46)

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Talk Time
Standby Time
Network (Band)Quad GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
Operating SystemAndroid 4
Software Memory1 GB RAM
Display Resolution720 x 1280 pixels
Display Size4.70 inches
Display Colours
Dimensions134.4 x 69.9 x 9.3mm
Weight130g
GPSYes
Camera Resolution8.0 megapixels
Video CameraYes
Camera FlashYes
Camera Features8-megapixel, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, simultaneous HD video and image recording, geo-tagging, and face and smile detection
DataAir Interface GSM/HSDPA
Browser
Bluetooth3.0
TV OutNo
TouchscreenYes
Memory Card
Internal Memory32 GB
MMSYes
E-mailYes
JavaYes
Wi-FiYes
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HTC One X Review

HTC is once again poised to regain the top spot as being the world's number one smartphone manufacturer this year with its latest line of HTC One model smartphones, and the flagship model, the HTC One X, looks every bit like the iPhone killer that it was meant to be. The One X is a beautiful little phone that really packs a punch. With a 1.5GHz quad core Nvidia processor it has enough power to make any techie extremely satisfied.

What We Like

There are literally hundreds of things that you can like on the HTC One X, here are some of them. As said earlier, the One X is a damn sexy phone. The smartphone boasts a sleek, unibody design that gives the One X curves at all the right places.

It has a large, 4.7 inch Super IPS LCD screen that can rival the screen resolution of the iPhone's Retina Display; in fact, it may even be better, The One X's body has a matte plastic finish that feels smoother than it looks, but not smooth enough that you will be scared that you will drop it when you hold it in your hand.

Underneath the One X's sleek case lies a very powerful 1.5 GHz quad core processor and 1GB worth of RAM, which is the same specs as that of most desktop computers these days. The very much improved Sense 4 user interface in the One X melded seamlessly with the latest flavor of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich.

What We Don't Like

There are some small quirks in the One X that unfortunately makes it a slightly imperfect smartphone, such as. The screen is a magnet for fingerprints. Though the screen may look like polished glass, it sometimes feels like you are dragging your finger over a sheet of plastic. Because of it's rather large size, it is almost impossible to reach the power button if you hold the One X in one hand; that is if you don't have very large hands.

The phone sometimes lags when multiple applications are open at the same time, not enough that normal people will notice it but just enough for sticklers for performance. This lag may be due to the Sense 4 UI because this oddly does not happen on other devices running Android 4.0 ICS.

Although 32GB of storage is enough for most people, there are a lot of Android users who feel that it is too small; and a lack of a microSD expansion slot may not go to well with hardcore users.

Another drawback with the One X is its notoriously short battery life. With normal use, email, web browsing, and maybe some video watching and gaming, you will be looking for a wall outlet to charge your phone several times a day.

Conclusion

Disregarding a few little kinks, the HTC One X may just be the best Android smartphone ever made. It looks great and performance-wise it is one of the best out there.

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7.2

this phone. i happen tested it. its good. gonna buy this this week.

8out of 10

cool phone. i really love it. big screen and smooth user interface. i love the menus, very sleek looking and i love the 3d animation. big phone, costs a little high but its worth it.

9out of 10

This is one of the best phones in the market today. Very good phone. Powerful and sleek, it's got all you need. Even without the SD card slot, it's still a great phone. The only thing I dont like is its battery.. very weak.. at least 2200mah...

9out of 10

All I know is that I love all my super mobile phones. People know me in stores for getting the latest phones and getting the latest news on these lovely devices. I spent 3k on just iPhones last year and swapping for other alternatives. I seem to go back to iPhones most of the time. This one though, the HTC One X, is a very powerful phone (Quad-core! My goodness!). Been using this since the release and I really love it. HTC Sense is soo nice to have, it's like more than just customization. I totally recommend this to people I know, it's amazing.

10out of 10

This brand new HTC One X is phenomenal! It's fast and up-to-date with technology! I really love it! Bought it yesterday!

10out of 10

It could have had everything, fast processor, nice design and very clear screen display. But the battery is quite problematic. If you can afford having an extra battery spare around or you do not mind that the phone does not last really long, then you should get his phone. Otherwise, find something elese.

8out of 10

Na, too much hype.. HTC has got a lot to work on this phone minus the design. The design is okay. But its quite slow at times, especially the touchscreen and the bat.

8out of 10

I was just really interested with the fact that it is big and new. I was already planning to buy a new phone and was just looking around. I was really impressed by its looks so I bought. But lo and behold, it is quad core. I never though cellphone technology could become this grand in our time. I really like it!

8.5out of 10

good phone, but the only thing that i don't like is battery.

8out of 10

A quad-core processor android phone with Active noise cancellation dedicated mic. This phone is epic.

8out of 10

A quad core phone which will make you love it, Its design is simple but it is very fast. Can handle multi tasking without any effort.

8out of 10

I chose this phone because of its very big display. And the graphic is great!

8.5out of 10

You can have a fast access to data because of its fast processor. Well, what you can ask for? A beautifully designed phone with fast processor.

8.5out of 10

An awesome phone, I have bought this 15 days ago and I have no words to explain this is incredible phone I called it the best of the touch phones.

9out of 10

I just got this HTC phone and right away upon using it, I notice some problems the problem is that the touch is not responding quickly.

7out of 10

My battery back up is horrible, I have really a bad experience having this phone and now I cant use it nicely it quickly dry ups I mean the battery and sometimes it hangs.

6out of 10

When I am using this phone for internet and somebody is calling it will not just stop but it will turn off automatically, so bad.

6out of 10

I don’t like this phone, well the appearance is fine and the weight also, the problem only is the battery and the usage hours it will over heat.

5out of 10

I have had a lot of phones but I am not a big fan of this one. It dies in like 4 hours and freezes or closes out of applications randomly. Also I will try to upload pictures to twitter and it just freezes for hours.

6out of 10

Although I hear that the one x5 has got a few better specs, I would still go for one x because I guess 5 inches are gonna be too big for my hand, and I also that though the one x5 comes with a bigger screen, it only has a 2020mah battery, while the HTC one Xplus comes with a bigger battery of 2100mah, which is really awesome one.

8.5out of 10

I would say HTC one x is not bad but laggy when it was released with 4.0.3 but now after 4.0.4 it is really good, no lag but I find a small lag in browser. There is a problem with after sales service with many countries but in my place its really good. They deliver my phone in a day or the same day if I submit in morning.

8out of 10

This phone is great except for 3 things no SD card slot, video recording leaves a lot to be desired, and battery is terrible unless its in standby mode. The screen resolution is one of the best on the market. When I saw the screen resolution on the phone for the first time, I thought that it was one of those fake demo phones.

8.5out of 10

10 to 12 hours is enough to get you through the day. For every android based phone you have to charge it once a day. Without juice defender it lasted for just 5 to 6 hours. Don’t use auto bright just keep it on low its enough to see. I use my phone excessively and it still is alive at the end of the day.

7.5out of 10

HTC goes by teasing its customers of delaying Jelly Bean updates, Asia means all over, why its not like apple one day all over world until 3 S all updated ios6 even .01. Technical depart open up eyes, even when it is seeding mostly will have problems and take months till your model is obsolete. One x is now old and out dated. Battery video flicker and Singapore 15 apps are not needed have to be forced closed.

7out of 10

This phone is great except for 3 things no SD card slot, video recording leaves a lot to be desired, and battery life is terrible unless it's in standby mode. The screen resolution is one of the best on the market. When I saw the screen resolution on the phone for the first time, I thought that it was one of those fake demo phones. It does everything I need it to and more. If the video recording quality was better, SD slot was included and the battery life was much improved, this would be the perfect phone.

8.5out of 10

I took the risk of buying the One X and fell hard on disappointment. This is a big NO. I traded this with the Galaxy Note 2 and I've been very happy with it ever since. Read the reviews and try the One X out but for me, this is totally a BIG NO.

7out of 10

I just got my HTC one X a few days ago. I love it so far. Just reading people's comments to see what others think. I had an HTC desire HD before this phone and while I am a heavy user and wish the battery lasted longer I have gotten used to carrying my charger with me everywhere. I can deal with that seeing that all my friends with I Phones have cracked screens.

8out of 10

I like how htc handles their products. I thought this was a bad choice of mobile phone because of its battery issues. But htc released an update a few months after which fixed the battery issue. It did the job, battery lasts much longer than the first time I got the htc one x. Inow, I'm loving it. way to go HTC!

8out of 10

The one x is quite a good phone. Battery lasts for a day in moderate use. Heavy games and apps can drain the battery a lot. Fifa 12 20% of battery used in 30 mins. Camera is excellent, it has the panaroma, hdr and even more features. Music player is beautiful in my opinion.

8out of 10

I bought this phone last week, the same day the proximity sensor stopped working- which means when you on a phone call the screen goes total blank- you will not be able see second call, switch loud speaker, you can't use number pad .

7out of 10

I hate the service they offer! I went to one of their service centers and I have to wait for a long time just to be dissapointed with their treatment!

7out of 10

I use smart phones for the last 6 years and I am business kind of user. If you are a First time smart phone buyer and not a business kind of user then ignore my review. You are just going to love this phone.

8out of 10

This phone hogs a lot of power. I guess quad cores use a lot of battery power... this one only lasts 4 hours.

6out of 10

I just bought this phone yesterday and I say it’s a good phone to have. Nice and easy to handle.

8out of 10

All do it’s a good phone but there something bad of this. it’s like the battery is weak and the specs are not so good.

7out of 10

Wow HTC made a black hand set I like it! Love this phone I love the specs and battery? It’s not good but overall it’s a good phone to have.

8out of 10

Hey! Guys! I have a question how to update this phone? I really appreciate to help me thnx.

8out of 10

This beautiful phone is actually really surprised you with quality brand. and the arrival performance is deliberately very well not too difficult to use and the specs also designed beautifully. So what are you waiting for buy it and you will not regret this phone.

8out of 10

It’s look good but the battery has a short life can’t not sustain in longer uses. And also lack of microSD expansion slot.

7out of 10

It a good phone to use it has a nice user interface and quick response touch screen. Also the camera is quite well it has a good quality and better performance.

8out of 10

Disappointed phone the battery is not enough to sustain in heavy usage.

6out of 10

I like the design it looks very cool and performance are quite good it fast with no lag or hang. Also the camera quality is very good, but Am quite disappointed about the battery life it pretty weak cannot sustain in whole day use.

7.5out of 10

Nice and good design, fast performance and quick responsive touch, but the battery is not quite good enough in longer use.

7out of 10

I think most of us agree it is a good phone. It is Windows Mobile and some HTC software bugs we are fintgihg against. Also sad that Windows phone 7 will not be supported on it even after MS alluded it would be. but it is not now, only due to it having too many buttons on the front panel. Otherwise it is a good phone.

0out of 10

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