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HTC One X+ review: The complete package

08 November 2012 | Read the review | Post your comment
HTC One X+ review: The complete package - read the full textThere's no denying that the HTC One X was an amazingly solid smartphone. On the surface it even looked like as good a package as its main rival at the time, the Galaxy S III, and having a head-start to the market it was almost expected for it to become a huge success...

 

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why htc always ignore what people want, like replaceable battery and sd card slot? what the main reason they are doing this?

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  • 2012-11-10 01:58
  • sEE%

im still trying to figure out why they released this phone. It makes no sense to me. Like why did sammy release the galaxy mini. They ar least should have deaigned the bezel sexier that is the mini

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  • 2012-11-09 19:59
  • FJmf

> In reply to "Flagship" @ 2012-11-09 13:40 from LHfu - click to readYou sound like you study the market a bit too much are kid, get a job you nerd and stop hassling htc users - sick of unwanted iphone fanatics commentin on HTC products, your comments are not relevant so go butter some bread or something and become useful

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  • 2012-11-09 18:04
  • mCNx

For those complaining about sd slot, OTG is now available in One X+ and One X with JB. Do u still think sd micro slot is absolutely needed??? Just curious.

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  • 2012-11-09 17:57
  • tyLc

The image quality seems HTC standard, that is to say: dreadful. Sorry, but it seems all competitors can do better. I'd like to love the phone, but I guess, with that photos, the One X+ just isn't for me.

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  • 2012-11-09 16:05
  • TjX6

Optimus G is way better...


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  • 2012-11-09 16:01
  • t783

This device has been out for 6 MONTHS in the US and its STILL only available on ONE carrier. Thats why it hasnt sold that well and is losing groudn to other devices. HTC doesnt seem to get it, that to get huge sales the devices have to be easily available to obtain. This was not done with the One x. Then 6 months later they give another exclusive deal to AT&T again as a refresh and still limit it to AT&T. This is one reason I'm getting tired of their business model. They can't seem to get a flagship device released on ALL major US carrier the way Samsung and Apple do. And this is why they're falling behind every quarter.

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  • 2012-11-09 15:49
  • Mf5S

> In reply to 30rus @ 2012-11-09 12:49 from pT7v - click to readYes htc did that since Htc Hero, which they abandoned to éclair.
Keeps on stabbing or rather milking their fans.
One day they will eat their own abandonment

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  • 2012-11-09 14:41
  • PFx6

> In reply to Zony @ 2012-11-09 09:02 from fqeH - click to readat least enough 4 me.

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  • 2012-11-09 14:08
  • j1%a

> In reply to Zony @ 2012-11-09 09:02 from fqeH - click to readthen what do you think about nexus 4??

of course that sd card is a important option but youR expectatioN is too high!!
64 gig is enough for most people.

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  • 2012-11-09 14:06
  • j1%a

> In reply to sonnymd21 @ 2012-11-09 13:25 from tCQq - click to readmajority of smartphones users find 32gb enough...
I Have yet to meet someone who uses 128gb...(like on the galaxy S3)
Besides,HTC is offering 32gb and 64gb version...so no complaints

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  • 2012-11-09 14:01
  • YTFu

> In reply to Bubble @ 2012-11-09 12:48 from nYRw - click to readDude, your thoughts are irrelevant. Market is only relevant, and market rejects HTC phones by large. Do you see that every quarter HTC sales, revenues, and profits are going down very fast?

And your quote of nonreplacable battery proves you understand nothing. Except AAPL, all others are losers. Look at top smartphone's manufacturers from Q3: 1. Samsung, 3. Huawei, 4. Sony, and 5. ZTE. They all have microSD card slot, and except few top Sony's and Huawei's models, all have replacable battery. That is what market want.

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  • 2012-11-09 13:40
  • LHfu

Intersting... "Last year's" tech manages to top equal latest gen. It's sure a great phone for the right price. I am hoping for a right price. I would recommend this phone this Christmas in Europe over the S3 or the iPhone 5. I think that those who say 32 or 64 gb are not enough are not the majority. Surveys are made, and i saw that 16-32 GB is enough. Not everyone watches HD videos ( i mean a lot) And cloud is getting more use everywhere. I am sorry, but the HD videos argument is invalid. Show me clear statistics (world wide) how many smartphone users watch, HD videos on phones. We just grew with SD support, but slowly we will forget it. iPhone users are doing this from 2007. And i compare them because there are quite a few to take into consideration. And yes, piracy maybe a issue here. It's clearly that major companies in the business of movies want only streaming.. so no need for local HD storage.

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  • 2012-11-09 13:39
  • ms4R

hTC again went the apple way and omitted a memory expansion slot which is one of android's pros against the iphone. When will they ever listen to what users want.

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  • 2012-11-09 13:25
  • tCQq

HTC one VS Nokia lumia 920 (Optik Stabilizasyon )

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vi36DZZqAQY

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  • 2012-11-09 13:21
  • 0@w%

i have a HOX, and i should say that i am disgusted by HTC, you dont have to to be a battery expert to know that 1800mh is low for such a monster, and only 2 gb for apps on a 32gb phone?
when i saw the HOX+ and the updates, i felt cheated, they could have made these from the start, now for me who bought the HOX on the first week this a stab in the back

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  • 2012-11-09 12:49
  • pT7v

> In reply to "Flagship" @ 2012-11-09 11:24 from LHfu - click to readas i said the lack of micro sd card is not really a con because you got 64GB which actually what you will get if you would have a phone with 32GB internal and 32GB external so..... and the battery cover is a con but all the companies going in this road LG NOKIA HTC IPHONE so....come on!

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  • 2012-11-09 12:48
  • nYRw

Even Note II is less expensive than this HTC One X+!

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  • 2012-11-09 12:46
  • J5M1

Just add some .2 Ghz. Just add a little GB on internal memory. Android Jelly Bean. Same old design. Same old UI. Bwaaala. HTC One X+. Okay. WHAT'S NEW?? I'd rather choose Samsung or LG than this. Nice Move. :P

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  • 2012-11-09 12:20
  • thH$

> In reply to Fidel-Talking frog @ 2012-11-09 09:52 from pKPK - click to readActually the tegra on this one kind of makes light work of the S3's processor in almost all departments except graphics. And then dont even get me started on the looks or the cheap plasticky finish on the S3.

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  • 2012-11-09 11:52
  • PGjX

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