Reviews and Problems with HTC Windows Phone 8X / C625e
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20 March 2015
Summary: I am going to hold my hands up and say that I used to be a massive fan of anything made by HTC. I have owned, in total, around seven different Android handsets by the Taiwanese giant, including the Hero, Desire, and Sensation XE.
Summary: We thank for the fast and smooth deployment of the test samples. This will change now with Windows Phone 8. With the new OS recently released, and right after Nokia, HTC published the next flagship for the new system generation.
Pros: pleasing one-handed operation, solid operating system (with small drawbacks), usually high performance, good workmanship, look and feel
Cons: no microSD-Slot, black level of the display, partly unexplainable delays ("continue..."), OS with small drawbacks, quite big
HTC 8X review: the signature Windows Phone, but is it any good?
8 March 2014
Excerpt: A splash of colour, Microsoft’s latest mobile platform and a sleek new body are combined with more powerful hardware – is the 8X the phone to bring Windows Phone 8 to the masses? HTC’s been in a bit of a weird position these last few years.
Excerpt: I recently had the opportunity to test out a Microsoft Windows phone, the Windows Phone 8X by HTC . A number of other reviewers on the web have deemed it the premiere Windows phone, and I can see why.
Verizon Windows Phone 8 Review: HTC 8x vs Nokia Lumia 822
20 March 2013
Excerpt: Wow, where do I begin? I’ll start by saying; I have no previous experience with Windows Phone (current generation). Years ago when I was an avid gamer (mostly Counter-Strike and other first person shooters), I was an all Windows man. I loved Windows as a desktop OS. I loved Windows as a server.
Summary: Ever since the announcement of Windows Phone 8 in the middle of last year, there hasn’t been a glut of news on phone makers who are jumping on the bandwagon aside from Nokia. HTC, sensing that there may be something much more for Microsoft’s mobile operating system, has opted to test the waters with...
Pros: Great performance, Stunning display, Excellent front facing camera, Solid built
Conclusion: After using it for almost a month as my daily driver, I think the HTC Windows Phone 8X is a great smartphone. It would have been greater if the apps that I use on my iPhone 5 are also present in the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Pros: Hardware design, Windows Phone UI’s smooth interface, Live Tiles
Cons: Lack of popular apps, Non user-replaceable battery, Non-expandable storage
Summary: La firma asiática HTC ha conseguido crear un teléfono móvil muy ambicioso con cámaras de alto nivel y el precio empezará en 600 euros en el mercado europeo. El único punto negativo en el diseño del HTC Windows Phone 8X es que no permite usar tarjetas microSD para ampliar la memoria de...
Summary: As the flagship HTC Windows Phone, the 8X gets most of it right. The design is striking and feels great to hold and carry, the powerful processor makes the phone feel snappy and responsive and the wide angle BSI camera is fantastic.
Excerpt: The HTC Windows Phone 8X is the “signature handset” of Windows Phone 8, the product of the company’s partnership with Microsoft for the newest version of its mobile operating system, Windows Phone 8.