Rated 1 out of 5Â by Chris314159 Unusable after only 6 month
I have had this unlocked phone for about 6 month now and have enjoyed it a lot until it broke today.
It is a great phone, good design, very functional, great battery (ca.36h in use) and an acceptable sound.
I am using this phone as my business phone, daily planner, communications device and music player.
The feel and looks of the phone still give me a feeling of joy every time.
In total, absolutely no complaints as long as it works.
Now to the bad part:
As I am in R&D I know that it is hard to find the right tradeoff between quality and pricing but frankly, this is a bit too bad quality, HTC.
The phone worked well for 3 month.
After that, the audio jack got so loose that the plugs did not touch the contacts properly any more.
As a result, listening to music on the go while having the phone in your pocket has become almost impossible.
The slightest jiggle is enought to cause cracking noises or mute.
Just today, the main microphone broke.
Usage in telephone mode is impossible so I now need to take all calls in speaker mode as the second microphone gets activated then.
To wrap it up.
I am left with ambivalent feelings.
On the one hand this phone is great as it comes close to the Jack of all trades approach.
On the other hand, a phone with a 400 pound pricetag that breaks after 6 Month is not only offensive towards the customer but also embarrassing for a premium manufacturer.
Another thing I experienced was that my conversation partners complained about echoing effects in loud speaker mode. I found that the mic close to the loud speaker is the problem there. If you cover it up it does not have this problem any more. Could you fix this with a patch to switch off that mic in loud mode? Would be very helpful.
September 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by foss rubbish
Slow performance,pitiful apps that hardly work and unable to install Sky go ,BBC i player or itv player , not the the smartest ot smart phones apart from looks and sound quality a total waste of money ,Im just gutted im stuck with it for another 21 months unless I fork out for another phone ,really not impressed !!!!!!
March 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Nuttifeetfirst At Last a Windows 8 Phone that works very well
I bought my Windows 8 HTC 8x some three months ago, never had a problem with it so I do not see what the issues are, there are functions that are different and it is to be expected, there are applications that are not compatible and there methods to get around the phone that have to be learned. This is normal for any new gadget weather it be a car, television or computer. Then i say to these who moan, stop moaning sit down and learn all the ins and outs of the new phone and then enjoy. The system is very stable with 1 GB of memory and above all it is very fast, it is only the service providers being a little slow, in that other phone OS are pushed more than windows because they have possibly had better press, which is unfair as what people have said about Windows 8 either for the Phone or PC is rubbish, this i fear is only because they are lazy and not prepared to learn. This is not true with windows, the OS has been very good from the beginning just the people have to learn that windows is not aimed at just the home use market it is for both markets with the commercial user being the ultimate end user.
October 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 Best of the rest
Great phone with superb functionality, Htc and windows take it to the best user experience
September 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by CraftyLoops I'm so glad I got this phone, I love it
This phone is fantastic. I moved from a HTC Wildfire Android phone and I'll be totally honest, I hated it. I hated android, I found android clunky, heavy and awful to use. But when I moved to thevWindows HTX 8X, it was like a breath of fresh air. Finally a phone I could use! Ok, Android has a bigger selection of apps but if it was a pain to use them and wasn't using them on my old phone it doesn't matter how may apps it had! The Windows phone is amazing and the apps are fantastic and growing in number by the day. There are thousands of apps for the Windows phone too.
This phone is so easy to set up and link it to all my social networks and email and I love the Windows home screen and how the apps are set up. The camera is amazing, I'm a blogger and use it for all my photos on my blog and they look top quality photos. Some of my followers couldn't believe that the photos were taken with my phone. The wee in phone photo editor is great too. The sound is brilliant and the phone is so easy to use. Battery life is really good considering its a Smart phone which are notorious for bad battery life. When you get it, just go through the settings and turn off any unnecessary settings that may run down your battery. I actively use my phone and find it needs charged every 3 days which is amazing for a Smart phone. Heavy use and I get 2 days and then need to charge it but its usually charged every 3 days and I use it a lot. Charging from my usb on my laptop is surprisingly fast too and it charges in no time from the mains electric.
I cannot recommend this phone highly enough. After the disaster of the Android phone....Windows Phones are definitely the way forward for me. I love that the battery lasts so long too considering my other family members have to charge their iphones maybe as much as 2-3 times per day depending on their usage of the phone. And what is the point of having a phone if you are afraid to use it because the battery may only last a few hours! No thanks. I love my HTC 8X. Its a nice light weight, sleek phone with a rounded back which is very comfortable to hold. Its not clunky or heavy, its a great phone. A lovely design.
November 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by fiveodano A most beautiful phone
I just picked up two HTC 8X's one for me and one for my daughter. These are our personal phones and have replaced our HTC HD7's.
The screen is fantastic, I compared it to everything T-Mobile had, this was by far the sharpest. Battery life is better than the HD7, and we were happy with that. The cameras are a huge upgrade. the ultra wide angle, and ultra sharp, front camera is the best on the market. The phone is quick and never stutters. Music sounds loud and true on my headphones. Finally WP8 is a great upgrade to WP7.
Problems? Some will want a removeable battery, I use an external battery pack, this lets me charge any phone. I don't need more than the 16G of storage, I'm happy using Skydrive. Apps are the biggest issue for some on Windows Phones, however, check it out for yourself. I'm not missing anything I use and the way the OS works for me more than makes up for this and WP8 has Office app that intergrates with Skydrive and the newest version of Office seamlessly. Also, they are rapidly adding apps every day.
This is my personal phone I also have a business phone, the Samsung Note 2. I prefer the HTC 8X with the exception of the s-pen input and the 5.5" screen (the 8X has a smaller but better screen) and I have to admit Android has a Google Earth app I really like. But the 8X and the Note 2 are completely different animals.
November 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by joe1 Best Phone
This is the best phone ever! Its 1.5 GHZ processor is amazing! For everyone who thinks that it doesn't have good apps, it has fine apps, just not millions. GET THIS PHONE NOW! You will love it
November 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tiredofandroid Perfect size!
I was apprehensive about going to a smaller screen from android but am I glad I did! The screen size is perfect ,esp. for using it one handed. I am amazed at how fast and fluid this phone is. Great to have everything you need on one screen as opposed to scrolling through several home screens.
November 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JLeif Everything is great, minus compatibilty with BMW...
I've just purchased an Windows 8X HTC phone (11/24/2012)
The phone would not connect via Bluetooth, so I have had BMW Service department update my car's Software/firmware (2006 325i)
An the phone still behaves the same way So, called Verizon, who put me in touch with HTC Service/Tech help, and it is all boiling down to HTC releasing an Windows 8 phone bluetooth stack update, so that the PUSH functions work correctly with the car.
If your Windows 8X HTC phone doesn't connect with your BMW, Please contact HTC an submit a trouble ticket with them. The more input they get, the faster we will have a solution!
20+ yrs Verizon user, lover of windows and of BMW's
November 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by TurboDon So good we had to get four of them
This is an excellent phone and the Window 8OS is a breeze to use. Love the live tiles and the customization that Windows 8 offers. My wife and I each got one but our 20 year old son wanted a competitors phone for 6 months and kept saying he didn't want to even look at anything else. After he saw (and held) our phones he immediately changed his mind and after a week using it, he absolutely loves it. Said the SIII he wanted felt like cheep plastic and was hard to hold because it was too wide. The 8x size and design is great because it fits great in your hand (I mean really great). He has the beats headphones and said he can't believe how great it sounds. If the polycarbonate shell proves to be very durable (which it should from my engineering experience) it will be the future of all premium smartphones. Hope HTC has a patent on the technology.
November 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by GiftedOne WOW is this a hot design, Did I mention FAST!
1st ! give this phone and win8 a full chance, it is very different. My first 24 hours I really wasn't too fond because it is so different. next day, better. a few days much better. I've had it now for almost a week and love it. I remember the first solid android phone I got, there were only a dozen apps.. now look. windows 8 will be the same. I strongly suggest going the full boat and putting win8 on everything you own then, you will see the real benefit. Wow, the phone it'self is very fast and I seriously don't think you can find a phone that looks any hotter than this one. we also find the touch screen is much better than our Samsung Android phone. WE ARE HOOKED !
December 2, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Ozzie A great advance forward, but still needs revision
The reason why I donâ€™t recommend this version of their product is not because I don't like HTC or the direction they are heading or that this product doesn't do its job, but mostly because this phone needs some usability revisions to be as good as if not better than iPhone. If these usability issues were fixed in a v2 I would totally recommend the phone.
Let me start by stating that I am a software product designer, so I am probably more critical about usability. I owned all 4 generations of iPhone and recently switched from an iPhone 4GS to Nokia 920 instead of upgrading to iPhone 5. While the Nokia was powerful, I didn't like it so much because it was so heavy and had sharp edges. I then looked at the 8X and found it was a much nicer phone to hold and this was part of the reason that led me to a purchase.
I want to start by pointing out what I love about this phone and give kudos to the HTC team on getting a lot of things right:
1. The screen size, brightness and responsiveness was just right
2. The color and texture of the back panel was appealing and delightful to touch.
3. The weight of the phone was perfect
4. Windows 8 tiles are fantastic and are way better than iPhone icons
5. I love the text message read feature â€“ especially when you are driving. You can listen to text messages and respond without touching the phone.
6. Browsing the web and the performance of LTE is superior.
7. The sound on this unit is simply awesome. When you plug in your headphones, the sound is superior and the speaker on the back does its best to make as much tiny bass as it can muster.
8. I wanted to be an early adopter of the whole W8 experience as I think it ties nicely together to XBOX and the new W8 touch screens.
Here's are my nit-pics. After using the phone for a month, I have found several weaknesses but believe all are correctable (I hope HTC is listening).
1. BACK BUTTON: One of THE most frustrating problems is the fact that almost always, by accident, the back button gets pressed and you find yourself navigating away from something you were trying to do. I think this issue is due to the design of the button. It needs to be tactile and have a click feeling, like you purposely pushed it and not accidentally touched it. Same goes for the search button and windows start button.
2. WINDOWS START BUTTON: Make the windows start button turn the phone on when it is sleeping. Also click and hold from sleep activates voice recognition.
3. THE MICROPHONE: I found the microphone to crackles when volume is loud. For example, at a concert recording a band or standing on the ski slope, the audio crackles whenever there is a lot of noise directed at it.
4. VIDEO CAMERA: In low-light situations, recording a video through the rear camera has a lot of trouble focusing on its target. For example, recording a band on stage continues to go in and out of focus. I don't know if this is a W8 issue or hardware related, but itâ€™s makes for poor video.
5. FRONT FACING CAMERA: Too low resolution.
6. VIBRATION: I donâ€™t like the way the phone vibrates. Call me nit-picky, but compared to iPhoneâ€™s vibrate sensation, it seems to shake the phone more than needed.
7. VIBRATION SETTINGS: There is no way (and I think this is a W8 setting issue) to easily flip from audible alert sounds to silent/vibrate settings. Iphone has a nice little switch that lets you toggle. 8X needs to you a) turn on the phone, turn down the volume and c) press the tiny icon on the top right to toggle to vibrate/silent mode only. This is a major deficiency in the design.
8. BUTTON DESIGN: The buttons, while low profile and cool looking, are hard to use and especially hard to find in the dark. They lack a good surface area and tactile click confirmation. I think they are also too skinny and probably too long. They kind of hurt your finger if you are using them a lot. I also think these buttons need to be on the left side of the phone. Or maybe this phone was designed by a lefty person. Maybe HTC should have a lefty and righty version of the phone or interchangeable back that lets the consumer chose.
9. PHONE EDGES: I love the texture and curvature of the phone. BUT, when you hold it for a long time, it hurts your fingers because the edges act as pressure points. I think HTC needs to experiment a bit with edge width and try to make it more comfortable without losing the cool design they have.
10. PHONE CORNERS: The corners of 8x could have a little more curve radius. It would make it more comfortable when it sits in the palm of your hand. Maybe take some design cues from the HTC One X
11. AUDIO KLITCHES: When the speaker comes on to play a tone, sound, sometimes you hear some static crackle. Makes it sound broken.
12. GORILLA GLASS: Not so gorilla in my books. My screen easily scratched â€“ I was under the impression that it was virtually unscratchable.
13. BLUETOOTH DIRECTORY SUPPORT: On my iPhone 2, 3 and 4, I used to see who was calling me on my cars interface through Bluetooth contact syncing. The Windows phone doesn't seem to support this feature at all. I now only see the phone number of the person calling, which means I have to find the phone to see who it is.
December 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Akshat86 Sound Equalizer
Awesome phone and very good experience. I've used almost every high-end phone from HTC and did not had any problem. But with this phone I'm little bit disappointed as it does not have a sound equalizer and also the quality of earphones provided is not at all good. My ear starts paining after 1 hour of continuous listening. Please change the earphones and also release an update for HTC 8X which should has a sound equalizer as it is a mandate functionality and comes integrated in each and every phone. It will help and contribute in the success of HTC 8X.
January 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HectorC Best phone I have ever owned !
I love the 8X phone and I love the Windows Phone 8 operating system. I already owned a Windows Phone 7 and I enjoyed using it very much but Windows Phone 8 is a big improvement. The camera is pretty decent and the sound quality is awsome, especially when using earphones with Beats on. I wish HTC will provide some good apps like Nokia and it would be nice if they had more accessories for this phone. Well, you can't have everything but I am very satisfied and I have no problem recommending the Windows Phone 8X to everybody.
January 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Mason Extremely Sexy
it is called a great combination of an OS and a Phone
January 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by ClemBeDiddle Excellent Phone
This phone by far is the best phone I have owned. I have owned an iPhone and Samasung Nexus along with a variety of other droid's and blackberry's. IT is easy to use, great reception, battery life and apps. If HTC is listening a couple of quick comments:
1) the power button needs to more pronounced so it is easily used
2) move the volume buttons as there is a tendency to hit the volume buttons while pressing the power button
3) needs a better camera. It cannot auto focus and process pictures in more true to life images quick enough. unfortunately this is the only area where my nexus and iPhone were better.
I love the phone and may never go back to another OS or phone maker again!
January 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MikeinMo Finally an Iphone replacement
I have for years been one of the Apple freaks that waited in line to get the 3gs then the 4 then the 4s then of course the 5. I am DONE, I played with the HTC 8x and all I can say is OMG, this is the best, fastest and most stable phone I have EVER owned, keep up the good work. Thank you
January 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JaviLean Great Fast Phone!!!!
Awesome phone! Great design and its really slick. The app store is really disappointing.
January 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JeepIslanderGuyNOLA Sexiest Phone Ever
Bought the Nokia 920 but kept going back to the AT&T store to feel up the 8X and finally succumbed. This is really an amazing phone, perfect for WP8 and has enough of everything to satisfy. I love this phone. Should be called much more than a "phone."
January 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jmendenhall A great phone for beginners.
I have to say the HTC 8x was a pleasant surprise. Whenever I pull it out in a group of people, at least 2 people ask me a question about the phone or want to touch it. It is a great conversation starter.
It is a great phone for people who are diving into the smartphone world (or ditching their blackberries for something new) for the first time. It has all the apps you really want. Throw in the great camera and built in filters(who needs instagram!), you won't feel like you are carrying a device one or two generations behind its competitors.
I only have two complaints about Windows Phone 8. It is lack of native access to cloud music players Google Music and Amazon Cloud, and Bing maps (Turn by Turn and Transit directions please.)
January 29, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by TheFauxGeek New smartphones users should consider the HTC 8X
I would recommend any new smartphone user to try the Windows 8X by HTC because of its ease of use, great camera quality and out-of-the-box design. You can easily create contacts, setup e-mail with a personal signature to brag to your friends about your new smartphone (Sent from my Windows 8X by HTC). The camera quality is amazing considering this is a smartphone and I would say the best I have ever used. You can easily move from tile to tile, pin what's most important to you on your homescreen and, Customize by color and size and download the most popular applications. What I think productivity users will appreciate most is being able to create and edit word docs on the go and then save them in case you decide to finish up at home. The phone comes in so many cool colors, feels great to the touch and can easily fit in a shirt pocket no case required. Lastly for music lovers grab your favorite headphones and enjoy the Beats Audio Technology that allows for an amplified and clear music listening experience.
January 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ScottS The best HTC I've ever had!
I've owned multiple generations of HTC phones and this is by far the best I have used. I also own a 920 from a competitor and I have to say the HTC 8X is a sweet device. Now that my eyes are getting a bit older, I love the size of the screen and the incredible resolution. The size of the case is the perfect balance to the screen size.
January 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by intensepreacher Windows Phones continue to improve
This is a review of the "Global" version of the HTC 8X.
I would have given the performance a full five stars however the phone takes a while to boot up, other than that the performance is great.
The material used for the back of the phone has a nice texture with good grip, it should be used on all phones.
The sound is very good, especially with the HTC blue took stereo headphones. My one complaint is a lack of a graphic equalizer, however that is not a big deal due to the improvement of the built in audio. I personally prefer having an EQ to adjust so that is one area lacking from the WP 7/WP 7.5.
The screen images are crystal clear and sharp, and the size of the screen is good.
There is still a limit on the availability of apps, such as I Heart Radio does not have an WP8 app yet. The ESPN, Weather Channel, Facebook, and Twitter apps are very good, better than the Android apps. (with the exception of Facebook)
I am pleased that this phone has integrated Windows Live messenger and Facebook Chat into the messaging feature as did the WP 7 and WP7.5, Android phones need that feature.
As with the WP 7 and WP 7.5 contact sync is simple and quick by with signing into Windows Live, Facebook, and Twitter. (duplicates are linked together and appear as a single contact on the phone)
The back facing camera takes wonderful photos. I have not yet used the front facing camera.
Having office on the phone has come in handy in the past as a college student.
I do highly recommend this phone.
January 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RonR Great Phone
This is a great phone for both someone who is getting his first smartphone, or someone looking for something more simple than Android. When you first pick up the phone you will instantly realize how well it feels in your hand and how well built the phone is. The phone feels like it can survive a beating, and if you are going to be locked into a two year contract you should feel confident that the phone is durable enough to last more than that. One of my favorite thing about this phone is probably the dedicated camera button something that seems to be missing on most high end phones these days. The button feels good to press and is made in a way that it won't press itself in your pocket like other phones with dedicated camera buttons.
January 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by shahroom Great Phone
This phone is a head turner!!! Everything is perfect, I love the quality of the screen and Front facing camera. I wish the power button was in the side instead of the top of the phone... But, it's not a big deal! I recommend this phone...
January 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by sjaywu Well Designed and Captivating
In this review, I'm going to focus as exclusively on the hardware as possible, only venturing into software where HTC's exclusive WP apps are concerned.
This phone first met with complete skepticism from me, a previously very happy TITAN owner. The screen was far smaller and the storage no bigger than the phone I already had. When I finally had a chance to use the device and eventually own it however, that changed entirely.
The design is absolutely impeccable, and what I have come to expect from HTC. Pure machined precision, in comfortable soft touch material, with the curved glass screen sloping to meet the body at the edges. I know the lack of removable batteries is somewhat of a lightning rod issue, but I found the unibody construction of the phone made it feel more solid in my hand and gave me more peace of mind. One issue I did find with this curved glass is that it curves away so sharply that a screen protector is left with a somewhat unsightly line where it's not stuck on all around the edge.
The coloring schemes are quite nice and brilliant, and they give a good sense of personality to the phone, matched by equally vivid tiles when the phone is on.
The cameras on the device are arguably one of the best experiences. The main camera takes great pictures in daylight, and manages in low-light situation with a flash that is very quick, timed well with the relatively quick shutter. I would have liked to see more image stabilization and low-light optimization with regards to white balance and ISO, instead of me having to manually adjust them to try and maximize my shot in dark situations. The front facing camera was very impressive, with the wide angle lens really allowing me to either pack in more friends or get more surrounding scenery in as well. Before you dismiss it as a gimmick, I must say that getting the Capitol in the shot with a few friends around me at the Inauguration wouldn't have been possible if it were not for this phone.
The Beats audio was an interesting addition. Unfortunately, due to Microsoft restrictions on the device, there is no physical amplifier in the phone, rather, just a bunch of software tweaks to make things sound louder and in more surround sound. The speaker's performance is pretty good, but it's placement allows it to be muffled by a surface on accident pretty easily.
Call quality was great all around, with both the earpiece and speaker deliver loud and clear voice, with very little interference, and good results were reported by the other party as well.
The hardware buttons are great except that the power button is a little too far back and recessed and somewhat hard to press.
Battery life is great, and this is where the WP optimizations really show. I am getting a solid full day and a half every day with no signs of slowing down after a few months of solid use. Every day I listen to podcasts for at least 3 hours, with heavy web usage, app usage, and background tasks all day. My day starts at 8 and I end at 9 with about 46% left on average. That's incredible.
Finally, I'll go over HTC's exclusive apps experience. This is one area where the experience stumbles somewhat. They bolstered it on this device by adding an HTC clock tile that delivers the trademark HTC clock in the form of a live tile that adds live weather info and location. Clicking on it takes you to what was previously the HTC hub, which provides stocks, weather and news. All are great experiences, and the HTC hub is my primary source for stocks and weather, but the news experience is lacking compared to a good RSS reader. The exclusive apps are rather sparse, especially when compared to the leader in this aspect, Nokia. HTC not only has a long way to go in making unique apps that differentiate and add value, but also getting exclusive deals on third party apps like Nokia.
Overall, an incredible device that soundly beat my expectations of it, and another proud addition to my HTC collection. I look forward to seeing what their next phone is for WP with great anticipation.
January 31, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by popartist Beauty in Function
The 8X is a beautiful phone - I really like its form and lines. The curved back makes it seem really thin while making the phone very comfortable to hold. The finish on the phone feels very luxurious. The look is bright and bold, but also very classy. I think the 4.3 inch screen size is the perfect balance for viewing without being too unwieldy. The screen itself is quite vivid and bright for an excellent viewing experience. Have absolutely no complaints about the internal hardware either - everything runs smooth and fluid, call and data signal reception is great and the phone audio is very clear. The rear-facing camera, while its features are pretty basic, is perfectly fine for most photos on the go, and the front-facing camera is the best I've seen on a phone. The included HTC features such as photo filters and the weather app just add to the beauty of the phone. If you want a Windows Phone (and there is a lot to recommend it), then I would definitely say get this one - it's the best overall for combining style and function.
January 31, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MommyMentor The Windows 8x is a Windows 8 Smartphone Leader!
I have been using the HTC Windows 8x for a few months.
Design-wise, you cannot get much better than the Windows 8x. The profile is streamlined with defined edges and soft material which offers comfort and added safety as your hand naturally hugs the 8x.
I love being able to design a custom home screen. I spent the first month on the hunt for the perfect design and then finally realized that is the beauty of the custom live tiles...they are always perfect because they can match my needs each and every day.
The ultra-wide angle camera is pretty amazing as well and captures an abundant amount of your environment when taking photos, even with the front-facing camera.
The battery has been stellar thus far and can last beyond 24 hours without a charge. With so many phones struggling to meet this challenge, the Windows 8x deserves accolades for accomplishing this in such a light weight design.
The Beats is a clear positive of this phone and stands out when compared to other devices, including iPods and other Droid smartphones.
As an added bonus, I love...love...love how colorful the 8x is! I have the blue with an orange case - so fun!
January 31, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Nazarius disappointed
Since I used to know that htc has a simple features for common people, i decided to buy this phone. Unfortunately, after a month using this phone, I have to tell you that I am deeply disappointed with this phone. It has no fm transmitter which I needed tin order to hear news every day ( streaming is very expensive and i cannot afford it). Moreover, my office uses a pop up message for its webmail, but since ie10 browser in this phone has no pop up setting to enable or disable it, i cannot open my webmail!!!! To conclude: it is a loss to trust in Microsoft, if we speak about smartphone :(
February 1, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JayL The Most Portable Windows Phone 8 Device
Based on hardware alone, this is easily the most portable device running Windows Phone 8 on the market. It's only slightly bigger than the HTC 8S but both are remarkably smaller and lighter than other Phone 8 devices without compromising screen size. The front-facing camera has a wider capture angle than other phones and makes it easy to take group pictures. The body is easy to hold and the touch screen is very responsive. The end result is a device that feels solid in your hand and lets you easily see the work you're doing while on the run. It's a fantastic device!
February 1, 2013