Snow Yip, 13 Apr 2012Juz got my One X for a week. I did notice d flickering happens on d 3rd party ads but paid le... moredude here's what's going on the signal strength being weak its just that you don't see a full signal strength but the call quality and the internet connection it works smoothly. and as for your 2nd problem papago ? it doesn't support all the phones specially one x being a phone that has been released lately the support for this phone hasn't been included in that app. its not that one x is not supporting the 3rd party GPS apps its the other way around the 3rd party GPS app has not been updated to support one x.
AnonD-112, 13 Apr 2012You should plug your phone in the charger, have the brightness on the highest and play around ... morestop with your stupidity I checked myself maxing out the brightness and playing with the phone for an hour. no flickering or whatsoever nobody or not even in one review did it state that the screen has the problem. You are a liar who said Nokia n9 camera is 10 times better then the one x camera and the galaxy nexus has a better camera then one x. stop bashing the phone with your lies get a life HTC made a brilliant job with this its the end of story.
Don't you people ever learn anything the dual core krait is not better then one x. the benchmarks show the results better in one s due to it being in qhd resolution on a smaller screen. See the 3rd page of the review gsmarena quoted " We've already seen those in action on the One S, but One X offers even smoother performance and higher resolution. " and they also quoted that " it's really awesome and the OS and the Sense UI look even better on its HD resolution than on the One S qHD. The One X offers probably the best smartphone experience up to date - both visual and functional. " just stop trying to make one x look bad cause HTC managed to make an awesome phone this time. the quad-core tegra 3 may not be better then the krait dual core by much but it is certainly better and its more future proof. and most of all it gives you more satisfaction knowing that you are having a quad-core rather then a dual-core.
Snow Yip, 13 Apr 2012Juz got my One X for a week. I did notice d flickering happens on d 3rd party ads but paid le... moreYou should plug your phone in the charger, have the brightness on the highest and play around with the phone and pay close attention to the annoying flickering. On low brightness you can't see it but when the brightness is high it's REALLY ANNOYING!
after reading the one s and x reviews seems like one s is the phone to go for.. and if someone wants the bigger and better screen of the one x then best opyion would be the htc one xl.... waiting for one s and one xl to be launced in india
This device is great. I'm having no issues with it, it runs like clockwork
The camera quality is only cr*p with the built-in apps. From what I have read Zoom FX and Camera ICS+ are MUCH better and produce higher bitrates and image sizes
Juz got my One X for a week.
I did notice d flickering happens on d 3rd party ads but paid less attention to it.
But there are 2 major problems that had reported mostly in forums.
1) poor signal reception. Especially on 3G, low data reception that really pissed everyone off.
2) GPS - UNABLE to support 3rd party GPS apps such like Papago. My Samsung use Papago for free!!!
i would accept the micro sim only feature but no micro sd slot! that's the reason i wont be buying this phone!
I think the amaze 4g was better than the sensation. But for some reason the amaze seems like nobody knows anything about it
krait seems to be better than tegra 3 in every aspect, darn i wish HTC one XL came in a 32gb version: it's the same as one x in addition to 4g (LTE) and better cpu inside!
Is any of you guys having the screen flickering issue? I had it last night and it was really bad and annoying.
I think the screen refresh rate is very slow on some occasions and it makes the screen flickers. It's not that noticeable but when you do notice it, it becomes very annoying!
If any of you guys having the same issue please leave a comment.
A bright lens of f/2.0 and this is all you got? So much hype for dedicated image processor. I guess my old f/2.0 lumix lx5 will still give me great photos. Gsmarena recommends Xperia S if you're camera centric and want android. Xperia S has smaller aperture of f/2.4 compared to this f/2.0
Only 16gb on the One s so not even at the starting gate! I love my Xperia S, best dual core set out there, but had to get this for looks and awesome performance and no regrets whatsoever! I can finally stop aiming for the stars in my search for the complete handset. 32gb is sufficient for me, average use everyday so far and still have 60% battery left, far more than my IP4 and Xperia S both usually below 25% with the same amount of usage. Can't put this phone down....it is stupendous!
Dave, 12 Apr 2012Thanks for the feed back I will see if I can get a good deal on this handsetNo probs good luc k you wont be dissappointed. Awesome screen and quality of build, its the iPhone of the android world. And it so nice to look at with Sense.
Thanks for the feed back I will see if I can get a good deal on this handset
Checked image quality in your photo comparison tool and HOX is definitely on par with iP4S... maybe tends to underexpose a bit and skin tone is better handled by iP4s, however regarding detail and noise its comparable. iP4s is more cultivated in terms of noise handling, but i wouldn´t call IQ of HOX uninspiring by any means.