HTC One X 32GB

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Extraordinary quad-core power gives you lightning-fast web browsing, remarkable picture quality and hyper-realistic gaming effects - all on a giant, 4...

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Excellent

Amazing screen, quad core, best on the market

Expensive, some may find it too big

Introduction HTC have been one of leading manufacturers of Android and Windows powered smartphones since the end of the last decade. Historically, the Taiwanese hardware manufacturer has released several different styles of handsets each year, meaning that consumers were often left confused as to...

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Excellent

Excellent camera, lightning fast, stunningly big a...

Not a fan of micro sims, expandable memory would h...

The problem with reviewing these top of the range super-handsets is that they're a bit like blank canvases; the bulk of the enjoyment you get from these phones comes from what you load the phone up with. That said, the quality of canvas on offer is at an all-time high at the moment, so let’s see...

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Super

strong, powerful, fast and full featured

average keyboard, a little slippery to hold

For about 8 months, I had a bog standard Nokia as my mobile phone. As an employee for Orange/T-mobile, you can only imagine the amount of stick I got for this. The fact of the matter is that choosing a mobile worth entering into a 18-24 month contract for is not an easy decision to make. So when...

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Super

Tegra 3 speed, excellent camera, huge screen, very...

Poor battery life, performance = extreme heat, rel...

I've had my One X thirteen and a half months now, it's a super fast (UI, Gaming, Surfing, streaming, YouTube, Netflix etc) Tegra 3 device, the rear 8 megapixel camera is amazing... better than my standalone camera at the time (apart from the zoom), the sound through headphone is great & deafening...

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Super

“good phone overall”

published 28/07/2014

good camera, lightweight, durable

overheats, battery life

I have had this phone for little over a year now and I have found that in general it is very good. However, it does have a tendency to overheat, and when it does this it tends to turn itself off which can be very frustrating. The camera is very good, although i'd say that the front camera on the...

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Excellent

Processor speed and polymer monocoque design.

No SD card slot.

The super fast 1.5ghz quad core processor makes running the latest version of the android operating system (4.0- ice cream sandwich) a delight. My Girlfriend has an iPhone 4s, and we constantly have mini battles to look up web info or plan routes. She never wins. Her lovely iPhone 4s also has a...

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Super

Strong, cabable of survive knocks andd bumps

Battery quick to drain, having to charge very regu...

I Have always been the sort of person who needed to have the most up to date phone and when this phone came on the market i knew it was the one for me. Having had it for nearly 2 years now i have to say it is still working as i would hope. the phone can take a bit of a bashing and shows very few...

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Super

Fast, Good Screen.

Battery life.

Having owned this phone for over a year now, I can say that all-in-all I am happy with it. It's fairly fast, can play all the games I've thrown at it and the screen is amazing. The big downside for me is the battery. I've invested in battery-powered case which connects to the pins on the back of...

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Good

“Good phone...not fantastic!”

published 30/10/2013

large screen, lots of apps, regular updates

charger burnt screen, crashes alot, goes flat quic...

I have had this phone for a year now at first I was very happy with if as everything seemed to work well, there is lots of different apps that can be downloaded through play store -a lot of which are free. The phone is very easy to use and does have regular updates. one problem i have found with...

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Super

Open source operating system better for a lager ra...

cracks easily

In comparison to other smartphones the HTC one x is one of the better phones on the market in my opinion. I have a-lot of experience with phones and electronics and i have seen lots of different phones pass by threw the years but not one like this. Just the way it looks and feels is enough! But...

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