Killer phone from htc but there are 2 thing's should the great company do it first thing is Memory card slot, second thing is 2GB of ram to make better multitasking and better performance. Do you agree with me?
iSJ5, 19 Sep 2012what kind of memory card is TBA?TBA stands for 'To Be Announced'
iSJ5, 19 Sep 2012what kind of memory card is TBA?It's not a type of memory card. It means:To be announced.
this phone is not yet released so u cant buy this
rather u can w8 for the release
I am curious about tomorrow's announcement. I hope HTC will not disappoint their fans with a less than 2000 mAh of battery. I think the OneX+ will be a S3 competitor.
As a owner of HTC One X i can say just one thing:
INCREASE THE BATTERY CAPACITY!!!!!!!
The 5th companion is doing a great job, the stand by time is amazing, 2G consumption is insignifiant, Sense is well customised, but the Screen and 3G takes a great toll!
1800 mAh is just not enough! With current specs...a minimum is 2200-2500 mAh! Or replaceable battery..but it's not possible here..
Also 16 GB is too little for a phablet without micro SD extension.
Also a S-Pen (i mean the same as in Flyer) is a must have.
HTC has an opportunity to do a super job here, but if they don't deliver a greater battery and internal memory the phablet will be a disaster (just as Flyer).
I really can't understand this new HTC policy, to deliver "almost" great products. When a product was great (e.g. HTC HD2)...the results in sales and image were brilliant.
I'm a HTC fan, but I'll never consider buying a phablet with such low capacity battery and internal memory and no S-Pen. It's just..useless.
Of course, the info is scarce and unreliable at this moment, if HTC One X+ is just a XL variant and a HTC Note is coming or is the same product. Anyway...the ideea is the same, in both cases.
Andy, 14 Sep 2012Why would you want a radio ? Just to surround yourself with useless features? He probably doesn't want to have to carry around a portable radio with him.
where can i get one x +...?
cause asia didt selling this spec,where can i get this phone i wanna buy,email me please thanks
A 5 inch screen???/What are they trying to beat the note at its own game?
All I wonder about HTC is that when they wash something clean, they let it dry in a dirty environment, why eliminate a radio at this hour, make the phone a full blast beast ready to compete without any excuses, that's what failed the one x over galaxy s3. No room for mistakes anymore. You eliminated the memory slot., yyyyyyy?
The phone I'd buy, 08 Sep 2012The phone specs I would buy: Quad Core 1.8-2.1 Ghz 2GB RAM 12MP Full HD camera Adreno 320 ... moreWhy don't you ask for a machine gun or a rocket launcher aswell? and 600 euro? pfftt... ask for 50 euro.
Most important thing for a phablet is aspect ratio.
The G-Note-1 is a perfect 16:10 (1280 x 800) - just right for browsing and photo-viewing - and the reason for the runaway success of the market's first proper phablet.
But with the G-Note-2, Samsung have narrowed the screen down to 16:9 (1280 x 720) ... which has turned it from a phablet back into a large phone where too much page-scrolling's required for comfortable web-browsing.
Unfortunately, it looks as if HTC is about to fall into the same trap with the One-X.
If only these companies had sufficient insight to see what it is that makes a particular product a success.
The G-Note-1 is spoilt by the abysmal Pentile display, but is otherwise, the ideal phablet.
But instead of capitalising on its amazing success, they've goofed by retaining the Pentile display and returning to a non-phablet aspect ratio.
The fantasy device would be the G-Note-1 with non-Pentile display, quad-core processor, HTC styling and beefier battery - even at the cost of a thicker device.
Mobilemaster, 08 Sep 2012HTC, you should learn from me. If you want more success with this one, then add these in plus:... moreYes i agee with u..i compete other smart phone ,this phöne will be 12 mp camera,gd battery..n high storage capacity n high ram