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27 February 2015
Summary: We want to thank ' ' for supplying us with a test sample. As on the complete One-family, the One X comes in an elegant cardboard box which does not include more utilities than on the smallest model, the One V. And that's not very satisfying since the flagship costs the double of that small One V.
Pros: fastest phone in the test, high quality Display, Camera quality, Construction, Weight, NFC, Beats Audio, Notification-LED
Excerpt: HTC was at the forefront back in 2010, a time when HTC Desire and Nexus One was highly sought after models for Android smart phones. Last year, they faced a huge challenge from Samsung starting with its flagship Galaxy S II .
Excerpt: HTC’s flagship device, the One X, has been available overseas for almost a month, and it finally arrives in the United States on AT&T’s network this . The US version is slightly tweaked and features a different processor, so many have wondered how the two devices would stack up.
Summary: If you can live without 4G, the HTC One X+ is a mighty phone. It’s fast, furious and utterly beautiful, with build quality matching if not surpassing that of the iPhone 5. That said, it might just be worth waiting.
HTC One X+: Features, specs and Middle East release date
12 February 2014
Excerpt: As if your smartphone buying dilemma wasn't bad enough with the iPhone 5 , Nokia's Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 handset and the HTC 8X , the Taiwanese mobile maker has officially announced the One X+ as the latest member of its premium smartphone family.
Excerpt: Despite sporting a brighter display and a faster camera than the Galaxy S III, the original HTC One X didn't get as much love from shoppers as Samsung's flagship. Now the HTC One X+ is here ($199 for AT&T) to escalate the smartphone wars, packing a more powerful 1.7-GHz quad-core Nvidia processor...
Summary: There are two reasons to buy this - you want the very best Android phone at the moment but don't really care about the mediocre battery life, and that you hate the iOS platform from the bottom of your heart!
Conclusion: With what Brian Bennett of CNET calls "style, speed, blazing 4G, and power galore," the HTC One X steals the HTC flagship title and runs with it. "Essentially, this is exactly the kind of phone we want to see at the top end of its range if it wants to stay relevant in the smartphone business," says...
Conclusion: So the HTC One X+ is more powerful, better looking and more musically gifted than its predecessor. It also offers more storage, a larger battery and the power of Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ out of the box.
Pros: Quad-band GSM and 3G support, 21 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, 4.7" 16M-color Super LCD 2 capacitive touchscreen of HD resolution (720 x 1280 pixels); Gorilla glass 2 protection, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with latest HTC Sense 4+, 1.7 GHz quad-core Cortex-A9 CPUs, low-power companion core, ULP GeF...
Cons: No microSD card slot, No dedicated camera key, Non-user-accessible battery, No native video-calls, Video framing is tricky