I am sure HTC will recover with One Series. I recently bought One X and it is most handsome phone I ever use. Very different design from previous HTC phones, very smooth and crisp display, and nice feel on hand due to surface texture and very light weight. I have one big problem though, signal sometimes lost during in motion..Oh,maybe it will solve by updates
yeah the price might be to expensive than other brand with same range.
and in my place this brand not popular like nokia,Sony,Samsung, or BlackBerry
AnonD-16334, 06 Apr 2012Im pretty much sure.this year will be the year of htc because of their recently announced one ... moreWith all due respect it is very inaccurate to state that Samsung will be the winner in all aspects when they make poor smaller sized smart phones. I highly doubt that Samsung will produce the best 3.7" and 4.0" smart phones of 2012. Actually I really don't know what devices you are even thinking of to come up with a "in all aspects" statement.
For the past year Htc has had boring phones released. Now the one x series is out I must say I'm really happy to return to HTC. The phone is amazing!
Was going to wait for the sgs2, but its going to be more expensive and overall I don't think it's going to be much better.
It will be a good year for HTC. The're learning from their mistakes.
Im pretty much sure.this year will be the year of htc because of their recently announced one series! One x really looks AWESOME! The real winner of 2012 in all aspects..samsung should use their S ips lcd 2 instead of their oversaturated unnatural super amoleds!
Keep making 100 different variants of the same phone, and you've got yourself a loser.
No on can be like HTC, its the worlds best smarter phones ..... in everything Hats off to HTC
and really HTC IS NOTHING LIKE ANYTHINGGGGG
Of course it's falling down sharply... they (including me) were waiting to save money to buy the HTC One X that comes this month.
My 1st and 2nd smart phones (Dopod D810 and Touch Diamond 2) were HTC and they were great. HTC were the best at putting more tech into a small space. They were building phones for other companies too.
Now I don't find any HTC devices I am interested in because of these simple reasons:
- HTC seem incapable of building small high powered devices. Their 3.7" and 4.0" devices are simply too large.
- now that Android has a good interface they still insist on providing their own heavy UI on top.
Ignorant people attribute the smart phone market to Apple but HTC were building great smart phones while Apple's 10,000 lawyers were still in college.
Color me surprised.
People are clearly starting to move away from Android and HTC's fall from grace clearly reflects this. The surveys were right all along and the majority of the silent Android users are not happy with the platform.
It's a good thing that there are better alternatives like the Nokia Lumia line that offers a better overall experience.
the new 0ne x looks rubbish. they could of made the phone look alot better than the standard square design.
i sold my sensation and bought s2 5 month ago and i should tell you that this is the best decision in my entire life!
samsung is the king of android
guys the battery on one x lasts two days go get the phone this is the best phone overall what more do you guys want? You guys are the one who put bad comments on websites about phones that's why HTC don't sell you guys poison other peoples minds.
Remember an issue with the HD2, didn't like non-official headphones, only an Android app could stop it by disabling the headset feature.
Also they should have had a microSD slot on the One X, off my pontential upgrade list now.
Q1 was not good cuz people were waiting for ONE series. I just tested one X and one S and this phones are f.... amazing.. 2012 will be HTC year
I don't know about your HTC experience, but mine was the best smartphone experience i ever had. Yes, the HTC smartphones are more expensive than Samsung's, but the quality is far superior. The materials, the finish, the os customization... true, the battery is not the best out there, but neither Samsung's battery. The best smartphone ever build (in my opinion), the HTC Desire, is still over 140 Euro second hand. And it is old like Gandalf.