HTC One X Review Round-Up
Now that the HTC One X and HTC One V will be available in the Indian market, we bring you a round-up of all the best reviews for the One X. It sure looks like a promising device but we leave it up to you and the following reviews do decide whether this quad-core powered smartphone is powerful enough to go up against the Galaxy S III and the iPhone 5, both devices of which we know very little for now.
- With the 8-megapixel BSI sensor, dedicated imaging chip, Beats Audio and bright, eminently watchable display earning the One X its final tick. That’s four serious criteria for success that last year’s HTC range failed at. It’s too soon to say whether the Galaxy S III and iPhone 5 will prove the One X’s undoing, but one thing is for sure: HTC has thrown down the gauntlet with its new flagship.
Android Community – Full Review
- Just give me a One X running something closer to stock Android 4.0, HTC, and I believe you’ve got the best smartphone ever made.
The Verge – Full Review
- HTC’s 2011 range struggled to compete with their predecessors, but the One X is leagues ahead of where the Sensation series left off. It’ll take more than good looks and a fast chip to make the One X an automatic success, but it’s is a capable phone and, perhaps more importantly, a sign that HTC has finally turned a corner in its strategy and products.
SlashGear – Full Review
- Still it’s not all rainbows and glitter. While it’s incredibly quick and smooth in actual use, we’re surprised that the quad-core Tegra 3 in the One X performed slightly worse in our benchmarks than the dual-core Snapdragon S4 in the One S. Battery life is by far our biggest concern and we really hope that HTC addresses this head-on with future software updates.
Engadget – Full Review
- The HTC One X is an excellent and fitting flagship handset. It’s a great smartphone to live with: a cleaner, fresher HTC experience, packed into a device with the power to impress and a design that will turn heads.
Pocket-Lint – Full Review
- The HTC One X is an amazing smartphone that provides a ton of power in an elegant and beautiful package. I’ve been really happy with the form factor, the overall experience and the quality of the camera. On the downsides, those who don’t like Sense won’t be won over by this and I did notice a few minor software bugs that were quickly ironed out by an update. Still, the One X is the cream of the crop right now.
IntoMobile – Full Review
There is still some time before we get a review unit, but once we do we will bring you our review on the HTC One X and also the HTC One V.