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:

  • by | July 19, 2012 7:33 AM

    With Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out, everyone with a rather recent smartphone is wondering when will their OEM of choice release Google's latest and greatest to grace us with Project Butter for our phones. Telstra in Australia confirmed that HTC is working on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates. While there is no ETA on when HTC will release the refresh to Telstra for testing, the carrier confirmed that the HTC One S and the HTC One XL (which is basically the American HTC One X, with the dual-core processor) should be getting it soon. How soon is anyone's guess but according to the carrier "HTC is ...

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  • by | July 17, 2012 8:00 AM

    The HTC One X is one of the best smartphones in the market. It packs one of the best designs we've seen on any device in the last couple of years, and the quad-core power that we've been dreaming about since last year. Obviously devices behave one way when you buy them and differently once you fit them to your specific needs after weeks of use. Now that all the buzz is over, and after a couple of months of real-world use, it's time for another episode of After The Buzz, where we intend to answer many of the questions that we get asked all the time: Is it still worth it to buy an HTC One X ...

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  • by | July 16, 2012 9:05 AM

    Not often we have the chance of comparing phones with excellent imaging capabilities. The Apple iPhone 4S, Samsung Galaxy S III and HTC One X are all known to deliver great capturing functionality (and we know we're a couple of devices short on the list, but these are the hottest at the moment). We've took the above three, plus the Nokia 808 PureView, for a spin. Pictures and videos captured in real life, side-by-side, just to make sure every tech and marketing talk on paper has a solid basis in reality. First off, let's talk pictures! In the comparisons below we have set all phones to ...

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  • by | July 16, 2012 4:25 AM

    What we've been telling everyone here on Pocketnow -- in articles, editorials, videos and even on the Pocketnow Weekly podcast -- seems to be exactly what the general perception in technology is today: "megapixels don't count". We will now tell you the exact opposite: "megapixels do count", but only if they are used the way Nokia is employing them in its PureView technology. Why Can't It Take 41-Megapixel Images? You see, many people will think that "41 megapixels is overkill", "41 megapixels is useless", and so on. We're here to vehemently contradict them, and, after you will understand ...

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  • by | July 12, 2012 6:00 PM

    My phone is awesome, okay? We can't go forward without your whole-hearted agreement with this basic fact. Of course, you need more information. You have to know more about what phone I'm carrying, so you can agree or disagree (it's probably the latter, because this is the internet). I mean, whatever. I'll tell you; it's fine. I'm carrying a Samsung Galaxy S III. But that's not the point. You should understand just how much it's not the point. Yes, it's Samsung's latest Android flagship. Yes, it's got a huge display and a ton of features other OEMs haven't even thought of. Yes, it's packing ...

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  • by | July 12, 2012 12:03 PM

    HTC was quick on the draw with quad-core smartphones, getting its One X to market well in advance of Samsung and LG's quad-core entries. Since then, we've seen models like the Droid Incredible 4G LTE arrive, but nothing really up there on the same level as the One X. Well, HTC may be planning to one-up itself with its model PM63100, revealed through some benchmark figures and sporting some decent hardware. According to the data published over at GLBenchmark, the PM63100 goes by the codename "evitareul"; that may be supposed to be read as Evitare UL, implying some sort of evolutionary step ...

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  • by | July 8, 2012 2:25 AM

    1.8GHz is still a frequency unfortunately many computer users dream about but it is now achievable on the dual-core processor powering the AT&T HTC One X (and Rogers) as well as the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE. Of course, before everything, we need to insert the word of warning here that extreme hacking can cause hardware damage and stress components, but you all know that! The new Kernel module allows overclocking the MSM8960 Qualcomm Krait SoC beyond 1.8GHz in applications like SetCPU so you need to be cautious. It only works on the AT&T and Rogers HTC One X (or the One XL) as well as ...

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  • by | June 28, 2012 6:38 PM

    I've turned an HTC One X into one of my two daily drivers for the last two or three weeks. Not that I didn't enjoy the company of my old Galaxy Nexus, but I'm on the list of people that really do enjoy HTC Sense. I know it's either a love-or-hate relationship for many of you, but Sense is the best of many worlds for me. It has all the social integration I love about Windows Phone 7, all the polish that attracts me about iOS, and it’s running on the fluidity and openness that I've come to enjoy about Android. Sadly, the year is 2012. For many of you that are using Windows Phone devices or ...

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  • by | June 28, 2012 9:22 AM

    Now that the beast is out of the cage and Google announced all the good stuff Android 4.1 Jelly Bean brings to devices, those rocking Verizon and GSM Google Samsung Galaxy Nexus devices can already start playing with the new version of Google's mobile operating system. However, those who own HTC's flagship, the One X, can also join the Jelly Bean party -- consume responsibly though! The ROM Image is based on the Android 4.1 build for the Galaxy Nexus and has a couple of glitches (like WiFi, audio, camera and some more) but if will surely serve the purpose of learning the bits that make up ...

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  • by | June 18, 2012 11:02 AM

    Last week, we heard about some issues with WiFi connectivity that some owners of HTC's One X had been running into. Unlike many of the connectivity problems we hear about from time to time, where there's some annoying software bug at the heart of the issue, this time the evidence seemed to point to a hardware failure. Users whose phones were suffering the effects of this problem had noticed that putting a little pressure in the right spot of the phone's case seemed to restore a strong WiFi signal, pointing to a loose connection between the WiFi antenna and the phone's circuitry. At the ...

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  • by | June 13, 2012 5:09 PM

    Lately, HTC has been talking about focusing its efforts on a limited number of higher-end smartphones, distancing itself from the kind of lower-tier models that have been part of its lineup in the past. In a recent interview, CEO Peter Chou reiterated this sentiment, discussing the company's desire to use "better materials to make better products that offer premium experience". Is that what it's doing, though? There's nothing wrong with concentrating your efforts on a small number of top-tier devices, just like Apple does. For that to be successful, though, those few models really need to ...

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  • by | June 12, 2012 7:08 PM

    HTC's One X is no stranger to problems with its WiFi connection, and last month we learned of a software issue that was leading to problems with message notifications. While something like that is easily fixable via update, the situation's very different when a problem is caused by issues with the phone's hardware. Unfortunately, it now appears that the One X is also suffering from just such a problem, and one that's again interfering with the phone's WiFi connection. The root cause of the problem is unclear, but what a group of One X users over on the XDA-Developers forums have managed to ...

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  • by | June 5, 2012 12:05 PM

    Four months ago, we heard some rumors that HTC might be the first manufacturer to join Sony's phones as PlayStation Certified Androids, granting them access to Sony's curated app store. This week, we see those claims come true, with Sony officially announcing the phones of HTC's One series as the first of that manufacturer's devices to enter the program. Is this a boon for Android gamers, though, or just another example of Android fragmentation? When we heard those old rumors, we wondered if HTC might be developing some Xperia Play-like hardware, and this one new model would be its ...

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  • by | June 4, 2012 9:15 AM

    So far we have unboxed the Samsung Galaxy S III and we've compared it with last year's Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S II as its predecessor, but today we're putting it to some more work. It's going to be a tough fight because the Samsung Galaxy S III is up against the hottest HTC phone of the moment, the HTC One X. We're comparing specs, day-to-day/real-life usage/application launch speeds, benchmarks, internet browsing performance, gaming as well as the SLCD2 screen versus the HD Super AMOLED screen. You will also see a 1080p video recording comparison between the two so sit back and ...

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  • by | May 29, 2012 8:11 PM

    After getting news of HTC Android shipments being held-up in customs on their into the US, we heard from the manufacturer that progress had been made towards resolving the situation, and sure enough, eventually saw the EVO 4G LTE start making it into the hands of customers. Today, HTC is announcing a full resolution of these import issues. Last week, HTC released a statement reading, "some of our products have passed the review and have been delivered to our telecoms operators' clients in the US". As a result, we could see that the tide was turning in HTC's favor, but it wasn't clear at ...

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