Conclusion: The HTC One X+ is in one way what the original should have been - a phone that can last a whole day. That it’s also been souped up with more speed, memory and style only adds to what is without a doubt the best HTC Android device out right now. For many, it will also be the best phone available, bettering the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S3 in terms of style, offering more portability and stability than the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and more versatility than the iPhone 5.
Pros: Slick design, Huge internal storage, Very powerful
Cons: Jelly Bean notifications absent, Pre-installed apps not always useful, No LTE in UK variant
Excerpt: A mid-year refresh of the One X , the HTC One X+ is a handsome, capable device and another testament to HTC’s knack for industrial design. It went through some minor aesthetic changes but the main improvements lie in updated specifications including a more powerful processor, a bigger battery, and much larger storage capacity. Overall, the X+ kept everything good about the original and then improved on some of its weaknesses. Reviewers call it the "HTC One X...and more".
Conclusion: If you can get over the size, the HTC One X+ is a fantastic phone. Whether you love shooting and editing photos, kicking back with a film on the commute, relaxing to your favourite tunes, browsing the web or getting stuck into games, the One X+ is one of the best out there.
Pros: Bright, super-sharp HD screen; 64GB storage; Feature-packed 8MP camera; Android Jelly Bean and smart Sense overlay; Beats Audio
Conclusion: The HTC One X+ really is a top class high-end Android phone. It looks great, has bags of power and is rammed full of useful tweaks and features. If you're looking for a strong alternative to the Galaxy S3, then the One X+ is the phone to go for.
Pros: Great Screen, Fast quad core processor, Stylish, solid design, Large amound of built-in storage, Comes with Android Jelly Bean
Cons: No removeable battery, Camera not quite as good as Galaxy S3 or iphone 5
Summary: If you can cope with its size, the HTC One X+ is a wonderful handset. Whether you want to take and edit photos, watch a movie, listen to tunes, surf the net or play games, this is the best phone you’ll find.
Pros: Bright, super-crisp HD display; 64GB storage; Feature-packed eight-megapixel snapper; Android Jelly Bean plus HTC’s Sense overlay; Beats Audio
Excerpt: The HTC One X+ is the same size at the HTC One X. That means it’s a halfway house between the iPhone 5 and the, larger, Samsung Galaxy S3 with a 5-inch screen over this 4.7-inch display. You’ll also notice the black and red rubberized surround rather than a hard plastic casing.
Conclusion: The HTC One X was (and indeed still is) a fantastic device, slightly blemished though it was by its battery life, lack of expandable storage, and the absence of Jelly Bean. The One X+ addresses these key issues and throws in extra power and a few tweaks to boot – so much so in fact that not even the Galaxy S3 should deter fans who prefer the One X's more premium design and screen from snapping it up.
Pros: 64gb memory and 25gb free Dropbox space included, More battery juice, Superb screen, great colour balance, Jelly Bean out of the box
Cons: Not quite as speedy as the Galaxy S3, A camera that could be better