the unibody polycarbonate...
isn't that the same case like in the nokia n9 and the lumia 800...!? copy!!
but the copy isn't so good like the original, if you press your finger against the back you will se a ding on the cover!!
Come on HTC... instead of making your phones thinner, how about providing better batteries?
hey the htc one x already hase a quad core 1.5ghz
come on samsung if you want to be the best this year to you have to put somethin much biggr like a quad core 2.0 and the latest android how about the android 5.0 or jellybean
the 12mp camra snd nice
i think the phone of the year which will be the galaxy s3 should have a quad core 2.0 ghz
Anonymous, 26 Feb 2012htc is quitely brillantNo FM radio I don't know what the hell HTC thinking.
They put everything great on this phone and don't put the basic RADIO !! What The Hell mann ...
It is not just for AT&T, as a matter of fact, it is confirmed with over a 100 service providers around the world. The LTE version is the AT&T one.
fi3ryicy, 28 Feb 2012why One X is using Super LCD but One S is using super amoled??!! :( was really looking for... moreDisplay on one x is better than super amoled.. It's in fact an 'ips' display with opticall lamination.. Colors are bright and vivid, with superb viewing angles..
Considering that Li-Po is different than the Li-Ion it should workout to be a far better choice, and last longer..
if htc added video light option for video recording,
Htc one X
is a Briliant and perfect smart phone so far...
The battery of HTC-OneX is 1800mAh, but to do that is there Li-Po, the same as that of iPhone-4S 1432mAh
why One X is using Super LCD but One S is using super amoled??!! :(
was really looking forward to getting a htc super amoled phone now that samsung has solved the screen shortage problem... :(
Is the HTC-one X,one V,one XL,one S going to be available in all country ? or just made for US alone.
i love to know if i can get it in my country malaysia.
I don`t undestand their tactics. Bigger cpu smaller battery ? wtf. Only RAZOR MAXX have good battery, with this phone you will suffer, because your battery will be dry in some hours of playing games or 3g web browsing.
This looks like an awesome phone with awesome specs.
Like the other posters have commented, am concerned about the lack of a Radio, and the size of the battery. Of course we will only know after real life use and reviews how optimised the software and hardware are and how this will affect battery life. Unfortunately HTC has a poor record in this area. The battery life is abysmal to say the least.
Not the battery size always matters. It's about how it's used. The phone itself can hold long enough if it uses battery wisely.