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 at this point in time or not? Is the One X better than this other device? How fast is the Tegra 3 when compared to other processors? Is the device durable after some real battle scars? Is the camera good? Would you still recommend it after this other device is now in the market?

Brandon also left an open question in his review of the One X back in April: Would this device still matter after the Samsung Galaxy S III gets released? If you’re still on the ropes trying to decide which device to get, you’ve come to the right place. Watch our thoughts on the One X on Episode 4 and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments down bellow.

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