this says genuine htc
and its from amazon
Anyone noticed how incredibly easy thid supposedly Gorilla glass scratches? I treat my phone well - don't have screen protector or cover yet, but I didn't deem it necessary after the hard life my Galaxy S i9000 had. The screen still looks pristine (with no visible scratches), even after numerous drops, slides and being in bags and pockets for 2 years.
My One X is now a week old, has been alone in a dedicated soft cellphone "pouch" in my leather satchel every day, yet there are 3 ugly, yet thin, scratches faintly visible when the screen is off. I'm very disappointed, to say the least. Starting to regret my decision taking this over the S3... The phone feels laggy and stuttery compared to a stock S3 and the screen's glass seems of inferior quality as well. Oh well, guess I'm stuck on this until the S5...
I think Samsung made it to thin, maybe they pulled an "Apple" over our eyes, aka phone falls, screen breaks, rather buy new 1 than replacing it, = an extra sale.
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The HOX is just feeling VERY fragile at the moment. I guess the RAZR Maxx would've been a better bet then.
IMHO its not HTC or Samsung who are at fault. It's Corning (Gorrilla glass manufacturers). As the story goes the OneX and the S3 are both fitted with Gorilla glass 2 which is supposed to be stronger and thinner... As far as thin goes I agree... Strength wise its far from better... And Corning should be taken to task!
My screen is still perfect after several drops on tar and tiles. Maybe I'm just lucky?
Jellybean with working radio, wifi, sound now available for HOX. I'm waiting for a few more releases so that bugs are ironed out.
2 reasons to upgrade : high quality contact photos. smoothness.
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is the jb rom on xda?
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also bought a spy pen and glasses (for about $30)