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HTC officially debuts the One X, One XL, One S, and One V

26 February, 2012 | Read the news | Post your comment
HTC officially debuts the One X, One XL, One S, and One V - read the full textHTC officially announced their MWC line-up of Android smartphones. Unsurprisingly, the devices unveiled are the flagship One X and One XL, the mid-range One S, and the starter One V. Let's start with the most interesting one. HTC One X You should already be quite familiar with the One X...


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> In reply to Mark @ 2012-05-03 08:18 from R$d9 - click to readHow much you are willing to spend on the new htc phones will actually determines how good the product of the quality is so you can't critise htc for selling their being expensive when they promise good quality from their products

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  • 2012-06-07 13:16
  • 2@SI

Overall price of HTC is too high even no good basic features as Nokia, Samsung mobiles.
So, bye bye HTC we peoples are not attract for any HTC One Series as V,X,S,XL etc. pls try to make good mobiles with good price also.

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  • 2012-05-03 08:18
  • R$d9

> In reply to david @ 2012-03-02 15:06 from 0F44 - click to readwell no battery are not replaceable !!

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  • 2012-03-19 17:39
  • utvF

Why put the best backing on the entry level phone? In addition why would the XL not be quad core if it's named after the X. The XL should be labeled SL or something. I consider this a fail. For this price no one wants tradeoffs and be forced to compromise. Shame on HTC.

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  • 2012-03-11 11:53
  • 4b%M

does anyone know if the battery is changable on there new htc one phones? or are they like iphone

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  • 2012-03-02 15:06
  • 0F44

If i could choose between these phones, i would take the hardware from the oneX and put them in the oneS's body, 4.3"is just big enough, 4.7"is getting silly, plus ,,,why did HTC decide to put their flagship phone in plastic instead of their usual unibody aluminium, especially if its been treated to a ceramic conversion as in the oneS,

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  • 2012-03-01 16:59
  • mxfA

HTC One X Wins Two Awards at Mobile World Congress

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  • 2012-02-29 15:13
  • T6r%

The battery will have to be the best the world has ever seen with these specs but with htc thats not going to happen. I just hope you get 2 chargers with it incase the other one wears out! No sd card that really is dissapointing so once you fill the 32gb thats it get a new phone tht sux. Looks the same as all other phones so no new interesting design to look forward to. This phone dissapoints before its even released i bet it has all the same bugs errors etc. That most htc phones have the sensation is my last htc if i have to get another phone in the distant future it will probably be a. Samsung galaxsy s3 ! Htc have had enough chances with me thanks

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  • 2012-02-28 11:40
  • 9DP3

Nice phones, but why don't they (manufacturers) build bricks instead??! If someone wants a high end phone he has to buy a >4" screen phone? what about similar size 3.7" phone(desire S)? with high end specs?

I want a phone not a brick, if I wish a bigger one I can always buy galaxy note or a tablet

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  • 2012-02-27 20:39
  • 3SQA

why no SD card slot?
and the battery's not battery? boo!

I was also wondering, is it possible to get the black One S with a blue ring, instead of a red one? that will be super awesome if it is!

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  • 2012-02-27 13:31
  • t7VW

> In reply to Kalun @ 2012-02-27 02:25 from u7mb - click to readObviously at some point they will and lets not forget that most Andorid devices are happily working with 64 GB SDXC cards even though they are not officially supported. One thing is for sure, with no card slot you won't get very far. If they can put 64 GB or greater in a device that is no overly exepensive I would consider it but currently this is not the case.

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  • 2012-02-27 11:28
  • p%n8

Only the LTE version one XL will come come with snap dragon S4? But then I will never beable to purchase one. Nvidia's Tegra 3 is outdated and power hungry. I rather have the regular One X but with the newer 28nm snapdragon S4.

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  • 2012-02-27 09:33
  • u{G0

It may have the greatest specs on earth, but what first catches the eye is the DESIGN!

And HTC just don't seem to get it:
Aside from the camera position (and overall size) all these phones look the same as every last Android phone HTC's ever made since 2009!

Couldn't hurt them to take some design cues from Sony or Nokia.

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  • 2012-02-27 08:55
  • tRnj

> In reply to Whatchasay @ 2012-02-27 06:36 from 4$ve - click to readAh yea unfortunately most people only care about the design and that's exactly why all phones totally suck with their poor batteries, speakers, cooling...

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  • 2012-02-27 08:51
  • 0BGT

If you compare all the phones, most of the phone's suffer with battery issue, Is HTC can invent new features in it then why can't they start upgrading the batteries to more than 2000 mAh, and even battery packs are not available in most of the stores.....

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  • 2012-02-27 07:01
  • 2Z3f

One x, One S, No One cares... Get some new designs for your phones HTC. Rectangles with rounded edges are boooring. I'd take a dual core phone with a killer design over a quad core, 4 point whatever inch screen any day. Only nerds are overly concerned about specs. Most people would choose an average phone with a great design any day of the week.

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  • 2012-02-27 06:36
  • 4$ve

damn... 1800mAh battery (which might be performing like a 1500mAh) which is non-user-accesible... a huge dealbreaker for me. a blazing fast smartphone, gorgeous camera quality and droll-worthy UI deserves at least 3000mAh battery regardless how battery-efficient its processors and softwares are.

(same thing goes to my second choice Xperia S)

Guess i have to wait for Motorola's offering or SGS3..

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  • 2012-02-27 05:45
  • vaNH

Hi! I have some points for clarifications regarding HTC One X

(1)No noise cancellation?
(2)Is the battery user-accessible/replaceable?
(3)Does it come with Beats over-the-ear headset?

Thanks in advance!

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  • 2012-02-27 05:24
  • vaNH

HTC has it's own version of lumia 800 hmmm

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  • 2012-02-27 04:50
  • RbqJ

no sd card slot?
ok byebye to htc......

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  • 2012-02-27 04:31
  • tVrI

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