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    Review on the international version. With lots of pics

    http://www.slashgear.com/htc-one-x-review-02220844/
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    The One S > One X. Wtf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadimm View Post


    The One S > One X. Wtf.

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    The one S has a lower resolution screen. Hence the higher results. (At least thats how i see it)
    Last edited by The_Unnamed; 03-04-2012 at 12:19 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Unnamed View Post
    The one S has a lower resolution screen. Hence the higher results. (At least thats how i see it)
    Plus i don't think the benchmarking tools treat quadcore fairly. Anyway, it looks like it's more than enough power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nadimm View Post
    Plus i don't think the benchmarking tools treat quadcore fairly. Anyway, it looks like it's more than enough power.
    Agreed, it has more than enough grunt to sent the odd whatsapp message . Definitely on my next upgrade list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Unnamed View Post
    Agreed, it has more than enough grunt to sent the odd whatsapp message . Definitely on my next upgrade list.
    Your choice between the one x and one s is probably down to display quality, and whether a quadcore is really going to make a difference to the user experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nadimm View Post
    Your choice between the one x and one s is probably down to display quality, and whether a quadcore is really going to make a difference to the user experience.
    My choice between the One X and the One S is purely based on e-penis, i don't need either of them as my Optimus Black is perfect for what i use my phone for, but i still want the One X .
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    This phone looks awesome!! My upgrade date is the 5th of May, you guys think it should be available by then?? I am not big on waiting, and my Desire is very screwed up at the moment so it is irritating the crep out of me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyb3rt View Post
    This phone looks awesome!! My upgrade date is the 5th of May, you guys think it should be available by then?? I am not big on waiting, and my Desire is very screwed up at the moment so it is irritating the crep out of me!
    If it's announced this month it should be available in may. Autopage says it will be.
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    i think this phone will replace my nexus one.
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    I was excited about the One X, but

    - Battery seems kind of small for the scale of the hardware.
    - 5 of 6 people I know with HTC phones (including myself) had to take it back more than once
    - HTC losing appeal by doing things like this http://bit.ly/HduVRa
    Last edited by Taqyon; 04-04-2012 at 08:57 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taqyon View Post
    I was excited about the One X, but
    - Battery seems kind of small for the scale of the hardware.

    It's a 1800mAh Li-Po battery, this is bigger and better than ANY HTC has EVER used. My Desire has a 1400mAh Li-Ion battery. (Desire HD - 1230mah, Sensation - 1520mah)

    - 5 of 6 people I know with HTC phones (including myself) had to take it back more than once

    Still much better than any Blackberry Personally, none of my HTC owner friends have ever had to take in their HTC, while my wife and colleague have both taken in their iPhones. Every day on Facebook, one of my friends posts about their BlackBerry being in for repairs...

    - HTC losing appeal by doing things like this http://bit.ly/GMhYcs

    Did HTC make that receiver? There is no sign on that link of HTC making those?

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    Expansys selling the One X - for those who can't wait for the service providers to get them

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBlaar View Post
    - Battery seems kind of small for the scale of the hardware.

    It's a 1800mAh Li-Po battery, this is bigger and better than ANY HTC has EVER used. My Desire has a 1400mAh Li-Ion battery. (Desire HD - 1230mah, Sensation - 1520mah)

    - 5 of 6 people I know with HTC phones (including myself) had to take it back more than once

    Still much better than any Blackberry Personally, none of my HTC owner friends have ever had to take in their HTC, while my wife and colleague have both taken in their iPhones. Every day on Facebook, one of my friends posts about their BlackBerry being in for repairs...

    - HTC losing appeal by doing things like this http://bit.ly/GMhYcs

    Did HTC make that receiver? There is no sign on that link of HTC making those?
    We all know that today's phones only lasts about a day in battery life. That's their goal at the end. Sure it can last 4/5 days if you never use it but like myself... I'm downloading gmail, work email, running several programs the entire time.

    As for taking the HTC back.. I did take back my sensation. It's a really good phone to phone with but that's all lol. Ram was way to low to handle everything I wanted to do. Same as the S2. After a while both of the phones do get really slow.

    I had to take my sensation back 2 days after I got it. Didn't charge

    And as for that link... Don't know if that's HTC but so what. Have you used it? Maybe it's actually really good?

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