Summary: Facelift. HTC re-engineered their One X, packing their current top model, the One X+, with a few more horsepower and a bigger tank under the hood. But those aren't the only renovations. A run on our rugged test track shows what else is inside and how the revisions have altered the device.
Pros: Attractive design & case, 64 GB internal storage space (net ~55 GB), 25 GB Dropbox storage space (2 years), NFC, Android 4.1 with HTC Sense UI 4+, Strong wireless module, Camera module (8 megapixel, video recording in 1080p, LED flash), High resolution SLCD2 IPS touchscreen with good luminosity, ...
Cons: Missing LTE support, No card reader for storage expansion, Stereo headset with unimpressive sound, Power button's reaction somewhat unclear, In the new top model we would like to have seen LTE and a card reader at long last.
Excerpt: What happens when you create an insanely nice device but it never really takes off? If you’re HTC, you try, try again. The HTC One X hit shelves before the Galaxy S3, iPhone 5, and almost every other major flagship phone, and was better than a lot of them, but it’s not always about who’s the best.
Pros: Beautiful, vivid screen, 64GB of storage, Great camera, Durable, stylish design
Cons: Disappointing battery life, No microSD slot, Non-removable battery
Conclusion: A good thing just got better: with a faster processor, gobs of internal storage and a higher capacity battery, the HTC One X+ is an excellent evolutionary improvement over one of HTC's top phones, the One X.
Pros: Superb display, lovely design, comfy in hand, very fast.
Cons: Battery is sealed inside, no microSD card slot though you do get 64 gigs of internal storage.
Summary: An incremental update of the existing One X, HTC’s latest handset certainly isn’t wanting for raw power, but the problem of battery stamina remains. Compared to the competition, the One X+ makes less of a splash than its predecessor did.
Pros: Large screen; fast processor; massive internal storage.
Cons: Battery life is poor; screen has flex issues.
Summary: The basics The HTC One X+ may not look all that different to its predecessor, but it’s all change under the hood. This time round, the 4.7-inch 720p HD screen is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.7GHz, making it one of the fastest phones on the block.
Pros: If the Samsung Galaxy S3 is the ultimate Android phone for spec heads, the HTC One X + is the way to go for those who like a bit of design flair with their speedy software. HTC hasn’t changed much but the colour scheme - a dangerous black with red tints - but that’s no bad thing. The 8.9mm thin c...
Cons: The HTC One X+ doesn’t have the very, very latest version of Android, 4.2. But that was only launched last week, and the biggest feature it brings, multiple accounts for families, is only available on tablets anyway, so it’s no major loss. Here’s the thing though: the HTC One X+ doesn’t have 4G f...
Conclusion: Overall, this is probably the best HTC phone so far. The powerful processor shows no sign of weakness no matter how many apps its running, the large screen is well nigh excellent and it's sporting HTC's best camera.
Pros: Big, beautiful screen, very fast processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, large storage capacity
Cons: Poor battery life, no memory expansion, not a bargain
Excerpt: Not to be confused with the HTC One, the One X+ is the update to the once excellent HTC One X . At first glance, little seems to have changed. It still has a large 4.7in screen with a 1,280x720 resolution and it’s exactly the same size and shape as before.
Summary: Although HTC has officially launched the One X+ at Rs.40,190, we’re yet to see it in online stores. Seeing how this is the MRP of the device, we expect the street price to be a little less at around Rs.38,000.