By Michael Fisher | May 12, 2012 8:16 AM
If you haven’t noticed, AT&T has really turned up the heat in advertising its latest smartphone heavyweights. Now feeling the pressure from two other iPhone-carrying competitors, it’s working hard to maintain a diversified smartphone portfolio, and it’s doing a pretty good job of it, too.
In line with that goal, AT&T has been heavily marketing its version of the HTC One X, as well as the Nokia Lumia 900. Of course, those of us who make the mobile industry our occupation, hobby, or obsession know the differences between these two high-end devices, but most people don’t. So if you’re an AT&T customer in the market for a great top-of-the-line smartphone experience, and you’re weighing your non-iPhone options, what’s the story on these beauties?
Fortunately, thanks to the friendly folks at AT&T, we happen to have an HTC One X and a Nokia Lumia 900 here. Why don’t we put them side by side and compare a few elements of the user experience on each? Better yet, why don’t we roll a camera while we’re doing that?
I think we’re onto something with this idea.