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Written on: 16/05/2013 by motownmusic (2 reviews written)
Love the phone so much!Its a great use of android, works really well. The screen is second to none, thats for sure! The battery life as with all smart phones is average, as with most smart phones, make sure to run the update, as this will help with the battery life! The speaker is good, but isn't as loud as the iphone 5. Beats audio option is frankly annoying, and would have liked more options with regards the the audio. The whole interface is great tho, and very easy to use. Certainly got me… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/10/2012 by pistolpete247 (2 reviews written)
I've owned this phone for about 4 months now and I'm more than happy with it. Yes it has it's moments, but overall the phone is just fantastic. So let's get those "moments" out of the way. 1. Battery life. I use my phone to make the occasional call, but mostly I use it for text/internet. I wouldn't class myself as a "heavy user", so when my battery is gone after a day, it may seem a bit excessive to be charging it every night, but as long as it lasts me through the day until I can charge it… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/07/2012 by reallyethical (7 reviews written)
The HTC One is possibily the best phone I have ever had the pleasure to own. It certainly ticks most of the boxes having great storage, fabulas screen and a supurb camera (eat your heart out iPhone4). The response time is normally good, and the HTC Sense wrapped Android OS is very nicely done. Battery life even if you live on twitter, facebook and the BBC news website all day is reasonable. Maybe I should say the battery is outstanding as this is a better spec than most of those netbooks we… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2012 by Jasonnaicker (10 reviews written)
I have had my shiny new HTC One X now for just over a week, it was ordered on the day of release (5th April) as an upgrade from T-Mobile. My biggest concern was the battery life as my previous phone was the Desire HD and that lovely big screen sucked battery life out fairly quickly, I'm typing this now having had my phone running all day and I've still got 72% left, normally my Desire would have had a top-up to see me through to this stage. All the reviews claimed that the quad +1 processors… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/04/2012 by kelvin reed (6 reviews written)
The HTC One X brings the best processor, an HD screen and a sublimely thin chassis as the Taiwanese firm looks to recreate the success of the original Desire. The One X is a phone that's had us intrigued for a while – running a quad core CPU (Nvidia's Tegra 3) plus one of the largest screens on any HTC… and that's without being given a gargantuan name like the Titan. It's clear from the outset what HTC is trying to do with the One X: shake off the slight doom and gloom surrounding the… Read Full Review
Being the new flagship model as smartphones go deems the HTC One X as a brand not to be ignored. The new handset has screen is 4.7 inches. It has a Quad-core processor, and has an NFC capability.
Many Engadget users have found the phone to be the consistent with other designs of similar smartphones. They have found the phone to be glossy in both in look and feel. The back panel has a silky feeling when touched. They have also found the phone to be very comfortable to hold, giving it that premium phone feel. The HTC One X features include tow headsets, built in Beats audio. It also has a HTC Wi-Fi sync, which enables users to sync phone to PC without the need to connect a lead to the PC to transfer data.
The good point about the screen that users have found is that it appears bright and clear. It has a great angle for viewing, and performs very well when the sunshine is bright. Another great feature that the HTC One X posses is the camera. The camera is at 8MP. Users have found the camera to be very quick. It has a good autofocus. The new camera also enables users to take pictures whilst they are filming at the same time. Many CNET users have enjoyed being able to do this. However another benefit, which users have found in using this phone, is the fact that there is a 25GB free Drop-box storage. This allows users to automatically upload and store photos safely without losing them.
Yet in terms of performance, users were happy with its performance especially that of the camera when using it in well-lit conditions. They also noted that it coped reasonably well when limited light was available. Users were happy with the performance of the Quad-core processor, and its power. They were happy with the large screen and the fact that it is bright. They also found the overall performance of the phone to be solid and hard working.
The only negative aspect of the phone by many users was the battery life. They found the battery only lasted one full day. Despite this they didn’t find any issues with making calls. It has been given a five star rating by many of the users who have this phone.
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