HTC One X Reviews
Today, we’re looking at the global version of the One X, arguably the most important of these first three One devices. It’s certainly the most powerful, thanks to a 1.5GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, a 4.7-inch 720p display, an 8-megapixel camera with some aggressive specs, and 32GB of storage.
"With a new outlook on design, a less-intrusive take on Android skinning, and a focus on impressive hardware, this phone is one to “ooh” and “aww” over on paper and in pictures."
"On paper the device has it all, both outside and in. Let’s take a ride to the centre of the One X to see if the experience delivers on its promises."
There’s so much to love about the One X and it it begins with the phone’s hardware design. The One X is built out of polycarbonate plastic, a material that Nokia uses in its Lumia 900 and Lumia 800 devices, which is incredibly scratch resistant and sturdy.
If you've been dreaming of a wonderfully powerful Android 4.0 smartphone boasting everything but the kitchen sink and don't live in the U.S., the globally available HTC One X could have your name on it.
A few days before flying to Barcelona and after being sworn to secrecy, we were quietly whisked into a San Francisco conference room with clear instructions: no pictures or video. There, in the middle of the table, was a white phone that instantly caught our eye -- the HTC One X.
And that brings us to 2012 and the HTC One X, the pinnacle of the trio of Android smartphones that make up the HTC One line.
2012 sees HTC become the challenger again, and the HTC One X is the powerhouse of that attack. Packing a quadcore Tegra 3 chipset in European form, it’s a big, fast answer to those who said HTC had let specifications slip.
Headlining a new, simpler, HTC is the HTC One X. It leads the charge of a trio of handsets in the HTC One series and brings with it specs that are impossible to ignore.
HTC’s quad-core flagship phone for 2012 launches this week, bringing Nvidia’s Tegra 3 chipset to mobiles and promising a leaner, meaner version of HTC’s Sense user interface.
The HTC One X, powered by the mighty quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, is the highest-end device in the One series, and the most impressively-spec'ed Android phone to date.
The HTC One X is one of the world’s first quad-core smartphones and in this review, we’ll see if that Tegra 3 chip and the new version of Sense can really propel this to the next level.
The HTC One X – and the One Series it leads – is the first of the company’s attempt to reclaim its former position, a Tegra 3 toting powerhouse with a big screen, boastful camera and slick design.
At the top of the One hierarchy sits the HTC One X – the handset that we're dealing with in this review. This is the new top HTC model, the personification of the very best the company's capable of, at least for this first half of the year.