David, 19 Apr 2012my god, why don't you all get a life? arguing about whose phone is the best lol, its just a p... moremy god, why don't you all get a life? arguing about whose phone is the best lol, its just a phone! how sad you all are, its like being in a child's playground ha ha ha - get a life!
=this is their life
this is truly the king of android.
Great phone with 4.7" touch screen....This is the mount everest in the world of phones(mountains)....
AnonD-929, 18 Apr 2012Hi All, I highly recommend not to get this phone, the battery is the worst I've ever come a... moreI disagree ...the battery is phenomenal for such a device ...I get about 23 hrs of on-time with about 6hrs of screen time. Sweet :)
my god, why don't you all get a life? arguing about whose phone is the best lol, its just a phone! how sad you all are, its like being in a child's playground ha ha ha - get a life!
I highly recommend not to get this phone, the battery is the worst I've ever come across. In one week I've had this mobile replaced twice cause the battery just dies way to quick. I lose 15% power in 15 minute just checking out facebook replying to 3 text messages and I have all the power saver options on. Samsung is so much better with battery, even iPhone is.
Taking the second one back now for a third, after third replacement they allow to change for a different brand.
HTC need to go hang themselves with such a poor poor performance in battery life. I'll never touch a HTC mobile again.
Denzo, 15 Apr 2012You trying to sound smart on the internet? How about that apple delivers a product that is so ... moreYou sir, haven't got a clue what your talking about. You can't just roll your face around on your keyboard, and expect people to understand your bullshit. Please.... Go away...
RocknTroll, 18 Apr 2012I haven't experienced any lag with this device, though it does get extremely hot (yes, extreme... moreWhen on the train I play Riptide a lot and yes it gets warm... maybe hot after a while but not uncomfortable to hold or operate.
I haven't experienced any lag with this device, though it does get extremely hot (yes, extremely) when playing graphically intensive games for more than a few minutes. Hot to the point that it causes discomfort when touching certain parts, particularly the top left of the display when in landscape orientation. However, it will warn you when it's running dangerously hot by flashing the LED green and red. Once you exit the game, the flashing LED will cease after one or two minutes.
I suspect the discrepancy in what users have said of this issue may be largely attributed to differences in the temperature of the environment in which they operate the device.
Anonymous, 18 Apr 2012pff.. still the same when you set a live paper the phone lags as hell like it has a single cor... moreLOL no it doesn't lag at all.. had this baby for a week now, it's superb... why do you feel the need to lie, I just don't get it?! are you being paid by the competition or is it some personal fetish?
See 6 videos 720p being played simultaneously:
pff.. still the same when you set a live paper the phone lags as hell like it has a single core.. o well watever the purpose of quafcore cpu.
Mista Calais, 17 Apr 2012I have to agree with you, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a lot better in many term.I was SG2 user before, the super amoled wathcing long time cause my eyes unconfortable and not natural, very...very poor screen, back to Super IPS LCD2, now the best screen in market. http://www.bt.com.bn/techbrat/2012/04/11/one-x-factor
I NEVER thought an LCD screen would look so good as it does on the new HTC One X.
A lot of us rave about the AMOLED screen on Samsung's and the Lumia 800. After comparing the HTC Sensation to the Samsung Galaxy SII when they were first released, I was so blown away by the AMOLED, it was hard to go back to an LCD screen.
But this, HTC One X, with its Super IPS LCD2 is hands down, the best screen in the market.
My Super AMOLED HD doesn't even come close to this thing.
What's the difference between the two, you ask?
The AMOLEDs will always have best blacks, but the LCD 2 has more accurate colours, whites and viewing level.
Furthermore, the HTC One X has the Super IPS (In Plane Switching technology), which gives even better colours and high visibility under direct sunlight.
Seriously, forget about the AMOLED, besides having an excellent display, the HTC One X also has the screen floating right under the image.
Very similar to the Nokia Lumia 800 which I mentioned that has one of the best features of the screen.
As I grasped the white polycarbonate One X, which feels extremely light but doesn't make it any less solid to hold, to study HTC's new Ice Cream Sandwich with Sense 4.0, I couldn't help noticing how near the display was to the glass.
You know how when you look at your phone, it's obvious that there is a glass enclosing the screen. Well, if you get a chance to look at the One X, it will be a totally different experience for you.
Besides the screen, the line of One's from Taiwan's HTC, is equipped with something called ImageSense, which is a newly developed sensor chip.
Basically, your camera's megapixels are just megapixels. On a phone, you don't really need it to go beyond eight, but if it does, it's nice to have it.
What takes good pictures is a camera's sensor chip. Like in your Canon DSLRs, it would have Digic III, IV and V processors.
Similar to HTC's ImageSense, which takes extremely good pictures in low-light, and I had a pretty decent picture taken of me in an almost pitch black room.
It also takes pictures almost instantaneously, like the Galaxy Nexus' camera which snaps as fast as you can press the shutter.
The One X's camera is 8 megapixels, and records 1080p videos at 30 frames per second.
As for what's under the hood, you've got the phone that has blown every other device out of the water in terms of benchmark scores.
The first ever 1.5 GHz quad-core phone with Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor has been running away with benchmark tests as compared to other existing devices.
Memory-wise, it has 32GB on board with no expansion slot (that's always disappointing). I usually prefer to have an expansion slot because I would usually store pictures taken on the microSD card.
As for Ice Cream Sandwich, HTC's custom skin, Sense, is now version 4.0.
HTC's Sense 3.x was a little too obtrusive for me. It felt like it's getting in the way of what Android is supposed to be.
Sense 4.0 is somewhat like that but it feels like HTC has toned down the "non-Sense" on the One series.
The phone is extremely responsive, well with four cores it should be, and loading the browser was almost instant.
Now that HTC has upped the game, it's up to Samsung's Galaxy SIII or LG's D1L to impress.
Mista Calais, 17 Apr 2012I have to agree with you, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a lot better in many term.Yes Galaxy nexus is far worse in many terms xD
This phone is crap, I had it and send it back. It has serious connectivity problems, it didn't want to connect to my phone provider and that was not faulty phone, because in my country 4 of us got it and they all had same problem recognizing SIM card for more than 10 seconds. If a phone can not make a call, what is the other stuff worth? Nothing I guess...
1. Various popular launchers on Htc one x such as apex launcher, adw launcher, go launcher, Htc sense, ics 4.0 launcher, launcher7 and launcherpro:
3. Games; Angry Birds, Angry Birds Seasons, Angry Birds Space, Bounce, Ceramic Destroyer, Fieldrunners
4. Internet Browsing
5. Just general overview on awesomness of the device
Mista Calais, 17 Apr 2012I have to agree with you, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a lot better in many term.Lol don't you ever get tired of lying about this phone idiot you are a shame to this society dig your own grave and jump into it.
DenisBilali, 16 Apr 2012Just bought HTC One X….. Very very lagy, it doesn’t feel like quad core at all, battery very ... moreI have to agree with you, The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a lot better in many term.
Anonymous, 16 Apr 2012A 3000mah battery like the Moto RAZR MAXX has would make wonders on this phone.Yeah to charge it once a month ... LOL ...I think HOX has phenomenal battery life with that smooth sleek organic figure mmmmm
i am using htc one x for past 1wk it is any day better that gsll (i have seen it )
i am happy about my ph
their are nooo problem's as screen flickering & signal (as other commented )
i think camera is the best ( pl compare with other 8mp camera)
life of battery is short if used for gps(45min to 1hr)
internet(1to1.5hr)depend's on signal strength (2g,3g, WiFi)