HTC One X on AT&T phone
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  • It is a great phone and I would recommend it to anyone willing to put up with the slight bogged occurrences due to the lack of a huge RAM and lack of memory

    • by Emerson Salmeron
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      The HTC One X (not to be confused with the HTC One X+) on AT&T is a phone which has its benefits and flaws. Let’s look at each phone attribute and detail if it a benefit to the customer or a flaw.

      The hardware of the phone has received mixed reviews from me. I felt like the design is elegant yet weird in regards to the placement of the cameras. The front camera since it is not at the same level as the rest of the phone is slightly deeper into the phone which means it collects


      dust really quickly. This causes a lot of blurry, gray images when using the phone’s front camera. The back camera has terrific image quality but since it sticks out of the phone it makes the whole design look very awkward. The HTC One X has a 4.7-inch display and a 8.9 mm width profile. Some may argue about the size of the phone as well. For me switching from the HTC Aria to the HTC One X was a big shift and adjusting was necessary but once you get used to it the HTC One X
      is not the most difficult phone to carry around. The processor, memory, and RAM also have some benefits and flaws. The processor works well most of the time, nothing big to say there. The memory is a big issue. Only 16 GB plus all the memory lost due to the software already pre-installed allows for very few large-size apps like games to be installed. The RAM is about 1 GB but due to the RAM usage from HTC Sense and other applications any heavy multi-tasking is killed pretty quickly.

      The sound quality with calls is great ...


      • HTC One X on AT&T phone
      but the speakers are not very loud and difficult to hear with any background noise. The screen is powerful, beautiful colors, and has a 720p HD display. The battery does not live up to the expectations, although it can last for many days it is only possible in airplane mode. With regular internet and screen usage the phone can last up to 10 hours.

      The software is on AT&T with Android version 4.0.4, an update is supposed to be released soon. HTC Sense 4 is also present. Instead of the bogged down nonsense animations and unnecessary UI

      elements you get a mix of both ICS and Sense. The software is very smooth but like I said the hardware does not supplement it very well.

      The phone is well built and has a gorgeous screen. It is a great phone and I would recommend it to anyone willing to put up with the slight bogged occurrences due to the lack of a huge RAM and lack of memory. Allowing the ability to remove the battery or place a memory card would have helped. Overall it’s an excellent phone.




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Md. Sohel Mia says :

It is a great phone and I would recommend it to anyone willing to put up with the slight bogged occurrences due to the lack of a huge RAM and lack of memory

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