Elhakem, 10 Dec 2012i want put song as ringtone but i cant ?
you can,t put songs as ringtong in windows os phone.it only availble in andriod.
AnonD-69277, 06 Dec 2012What will I choose?? HTC 8X/Samsung Ativ S/Nokia Lumia 920?No comparison only Nokia 920
It's totally money waste HTC products delighted hardware....Go For Nokia Lumia Best service, Nokia Drive Without Simcard, Nokia Music,Dolby sound, Carlzess Lance....Sexy Look
Can any1 else confirm or disprove the input lag problem compared to other phones????
@Jotic1991...If you looking at good interface.. none can beat Windows.... and if you looking at applications, then go for Android.. Personally I like Windows a lot.
AnonD-69277, 06 Dec 2012What will I choose?? HTC 8X/Samsung Ativ S/Nokia Lumia 920?Nokia Lumia 920 undoubtedly.You won't get PureMotionHD+,PureView,Nokia City Lens,Nokia Drive,Nokia Music etc and other awesome Nokia powered apps on HTC.If you want Android,go for HTC,in case of Windows Phones,always Nokia.
I am planning to buy 8X. I heard from somewhere that corners of the phone are getting discoloured in some weeks. is this true? is there any one facing this problem?
nr_ripper, 07 Dec 2012This phone suffers from input lag (touch events on the screen have a delay). You can easily fe... moreI'm surprised that you are the first person I've seen to mention this, as the first thing I noticed about the 8x was the atrocious input lag. I bought the 920 and the input lag was almost as bad; certainly much higher than the Samsung Focus.
This phone suffers from input lag (touch events on the screen have a delay). You can easily feel this by comparing scrolling delay to the other phones like Lumia 920, Lumia 800 or any of the iPhones.
Galaxy S3 also suffers from input lag (finger movement events are displayed with delay on the phone screen)
Don't confuse this with scrolling performance - SGS3 and windows phones have smooth scrolling performance, but because of the input lag, the scrolling doesn't exactly match the movement on the screen on the 8X. Like I said, not all phones suffer from this on any of the leading smartphone platforms.
Also this phone has a strange LCD ripple effect when tapped at the sides - I've tested on 2 different 8X-es and both suffer from the same problem.
For a 440€ phone, that's absolutely ridiculous. Do not buy, try the Lumia 920 if you want WP8.
Anonymous, 06 Dec 2012this is not true there is a wifi hotspot Where does it state in the above specifications the HTC8x has WiFi Hotspot?
AnonD-85397, 04 Dec 2012can any one tell, will adobe flash work on this mob?
all Windows phone never works with flash.....
I'm rather perplexed why the HTC 8X doesn't support WiFi Hotspot. For practical and justifiable reasons it's a feature I need and use regularly. Perhaps I'm better off talking to Nokia about the 920 or continue to purchase Samsung high end Android devices.