Posts tagged with: One X

[Full One X Review] HTC's latest flagship device, the One X was announced at MWC 2012. Inside, the One X smartphone is packing a quad core 1.5GHz Tegra 3 processor with 1 GB. On front is a 4.7-inch TFT display with a 720p (720 x 1280) HD resolution. The One X also sports two cameras, a front facing 1.3-megapixel camera for video chat, and an eight-megapixel camera with LED flash on back. Other features of the HTC One X are 32GB of internal storage, Android 4.0 with Sense 4.0 and Beats Audio. Read on for the latest HTC One X News, reviews and videos:

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    Back when we first reviewed the HTC One X, our chief complaint with the smartphone was that it was laggy. For a quad-core phone, that was peculiar and quite frustrating. Lag aside, we loved the display and thought the hardware was top-notch. So we were really excited when we heard about the HTC One X Plus, which is a significant refresh of the One X that, thanks to a faster CPU, ought to address these issues of lag. In fact, HTC claims that the One X Plus is 67% faster than the first One X.  Not only does the One X Plus have a faster CPU, but it has a bigger battery, the latest version of ...

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    We say it so often on the Pocketnow Weekly podcast that it's become something of a cliché: we really, really want HTC to succeed. The company has been at the forefront of our technology consciousness  for only a few years in its current incarnation, but long before it was "HTC," it built devices as an ODM for other corporations. Devices like the PPC-6700, my first true PocketPC. Devices like the Treo Pro, which helped Palm survive its leap to a new platform (albeit briefly). And since striking out on its own, the company has altered the landscape with game-changing devices like the G1, ...

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    According to HTC, users of the One X --and One S for that matter-- should get the official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update by the end of October. There are still five days left of this month so everything could happen especially that the latest version of Android is now rolling out to One X phones in Asia. According to reports we're looking at Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean HTC's own Sense UI on top of it. The package is weighing around 350MB. Taiwan and Singapore are mentioned in the report and the filename hints details of version numbers and builds: 3.14.709.16 and 2.17.709.7. There is no ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent rumors of an LG Nexus device in the works. Then we go through our coverage of the AT&T event yesterday where we had some hands-on time with the HTC One X+, One VX, Samsung Galaxy Camera and even some additional time with the Nokia Lumia 920. Then we talk about some improvements to iOS 6, though things are still not perfect. We later talk about the rumors of a probable Microsoft Surface phone and Redmond's look for a manufacturer. We end today's show remembering Steve Jobs, his legacy and importance to our computer and mobile ...

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    Michael and I got some to spend some time with the fine folks at AT&T at a New York City event where the company showcased their fall lineup of devices. While most of them we have seen before, there were some new devices on-hand that were just recently announced. We used the event as an opportunity to play around with some new devices, like the One X+, the One VX, the Lumia 920, and the Galaxy Camera. Check out our hands-on video below, and scroll down for some early impressions. One X+ When we reviewed the original HTC One X, we had several complaints: the camera wasn't that great, ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through the HTC One X+ launch and all the device details. Then we talk about the HTC One x+ variant coming to AT&T along with a new HTC One VX for the mid-tiered market. We later talk about the Samsung Galaxy Note II and some minor software problems that Sammy is going through. We then talk about the probability of a Microsoft Surface smartphone, since rumors keep coming strong. We end today's show talking about the iPad mini, its probable release date and also the fact that the black variant seems to come with black aluminum as well. All this and ...

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    HTC and its One series of Androids have been all over the news this morning, upon the official announcement of the One X+, as well as the surprise reveal of the One VX. If you already jumped at the chance to pick up an earlier One model, we've got some news for you, too, upon HTC spilling the beans (no pun intended) on Jelly Bean for a couple of those handsets. HTC has made it clear for months that Jelly Bean was on the agenda for most of its existing One-series Androids, but the lingering question has always been just when would it get around to delivering those updates. Today HTC gave ...

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    A little earlier this morning we shared with you the initial announcement of the HTC One X+, knowing that it was destined for Europe and Asia, but still awaiting news of its arrival in the States. Now AT&T has revealed that it will be giving the One X+ a home, along with another HTC Android, the One VX. Don't worry about the One X+, as this time around, HTC's headlining smartphone manages to pull off LTE without sacrificing its SoC, thanks to the new wave of Tegra 3 chips. If that sounds like too much phone for you, the One VX offers a more affordable alternative. The One VX moves down ...

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    As per the earlier rumors, HTC is indeed making a new version of its One X flagship model. The HTC One X+ adds a faster CPU thanks to a Nvidia Tegra 3 AP37 CPU clocking at 1.7GHz (versus the Tegra 3 clocking at 1.5GHz), a bigger 2100mAh battery (versus 1800mAh), more storage at 64GB (versus 32GB), and an improved front-facing camera. Like the Windows Phone 8x, the One X+ has an amplifier external speaker, which is a great addition for those that want to play music without needing a speaker dock. It will ship with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, along with a new version of HTC Sense called Sense ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through the iPhone 5's scheduled expansion to regional US carriers and also 22 more countries worldwide. Then we talk about AT&T's four new LTE Android devices built by Samsung, which include the Galaxy Note II. RIM later makes the news with the recent leaked video of the BlackBerry 10 N-Series QWERTY smartphone. Later we go through the leaked photo of the HTC One X+, aside with some other details from the phone. We end today's show talking about Tim Cook's recent public apology for letting customers down with Maps on iOS 6. All this and more ...

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    As usual with upcoming devices the rumor mill is well in motion and the HTC One X+ has been no stranger. We've seen some blurry images recently claiming future T-Mobile availability and just yesterday the phone seems to have been confirmed by UK carrier O2. However, today we're taking a look at two pictures, one snapped off of the front and one of the back of the device. As one would expect, the HTC One X+ looks identical to the HTC One X as far as outer aspect is concerned. The materials are also the same (polycarbonate) but under the plastic is where all the magic begins: an Nvidia AP37 ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Samsung's recent invite to their Galaxy Note II event launch in New York City this October 24th. Then we talk about Nokia's recent announcement of when the Nokia Lumia 920 and 820 will be available in Europe, which was good, but sadly not accurate. Then we go through the recent rumors of the HTC One X+ for Europe, which brings the same iconic design of the One X with some better specs. We later talk about the recent Geekbench results of the iPhone 5, which are much faster than expected. Then we end today's show with the recent rumors of of ...

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    It was only yesterday that we got (what appears to be, at least) our first real look at the HTC One X+. As we await official confirmation of the handset, the phone's showing up again today, this time in some printed material from UK carrier O2. This find also gives us what look like the official specs for the Android, which includes doubling the original One X's flash storage up to 64GB. If that's still not enough for you, there's the same 25GB Dropbox promotion offered with the first One X. Obviously, there's also the new, faster processor here, ostensibly the whole reason for releasing ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through the recently leaked image of the HTC One X+, which was sporting a T-Mobile logo at the top. Then we go through the recent deals that Google is bringing to their Play Store to celebrate 25 billion downloads. Later we talk about Barnes & Noble's new Nook HD and Nook HD+ tablets that were released today. We also go through the sad news that Texas Instruments is abandoning the smartphone market, which we're sure will end-up being sadder news for them down the road. We then end today's show talking about Nokia's recent info-graph where they ...

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    We've been hearing rumors for a while now about a refreshed version of HTC's One X Android, arriving as the One X +. There have been leaked specs, and sightings of the hardware passing through the FCC, but we had yet to get a good look at the handset. Today, a new image arrives purporting to show the One X+ in the flesh. As shouldn't be much of a surprise, this supposed One X+ looks just like a regular-old One X. In fact, if you didn't know where this pic came from, you might be forgiven for mistaking it for its predecessor. Astute smartphone fans will remember that the original One X only ...

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