Rated 5 out of 5 Absolutely love it
Just got my HTC One X on Sunday. I'm coming from an iPhone 3GS. I love this phone! I'm glad I switched. The screen is beautiful and huge. Everyone I show it to wants one.
I hate putting it down.
It's easy to use. I love that I can get the weather and time and see how many messages I have right away on the log in screen.
May 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HildaLP Best HTC phone ever! Best Android in the market!
This is my third HTC phone and each time its better and better. I still have my Hero and my Inspire 4G. This one is a great phone. I was very reluctant at first because I did not have an micro sd slot and the option of removable battery. I found a workaround on the memory thing, although I am still mad at Att for only giving the 16gb option. But I was impressed with the battery life on the phone. I am a heavy user without coverage at home, so I use wifi a lot. When I saw that I could get from 10 to 15 hours on a single charge I was amazed. I will see how this will fit whenever I am out all day. The screen size is bigger than my previous one, but its design is so good, it is sleek and slim, so it fits in my tiny hand, even with a silicon rubber case on. ICS and sense 4 are great. But what still amazes me is the camera. Photos are awesome, video are great, and the opportunity of taken sharp and excellent photos while video recording makes it even greater. Colors on its screen are vivid and sharp, and I can actually see it outdoors. So, besides the memory size (I know I have the dropbox but it consumes my limited data), and that even with the great battery performance I will still need to charge it whenever I am out all day from early morning to late evening, this is the best phone I've ever had and I recommend it to everyone.
May 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by revolvingdoorslammer Great Phone!!
This phone is a real winner!! Every aspect of it is great with the exception of the BATTERY LIFE and no external storage (which can be fixed if HTC wants to help)!! The phone itself is very fast no matter what Im doing. Im amazed at how big, yet how light it is. I can load netflix movies instantly and then move halfway through the movie with no buffer time at all. The screen is awesome with great HD quality! I haven't played with the camera much so far, but it seems pretty good. For storage, HTC needs to put out an accessory that is basically a flash drive with a micro usb slot that can be plugged in and read. I would have no problems with something like this for extra storage rather than dropbox. Samsung did something similar with their Galaxy Tab. Im sure the battery issue is with software, so HTC and ATT need to get on the ball and get this sorted out! My phone wont last overnight unplugged even if it has a full charge. By overnight, I mean that my battery when from fully charged to completely drained and turning off in just under 8 hours with zero use at all because I was sleeping! I get the same performance using the phone for web surfing, gaming and just messing around. Overall, I do recommend this phone to people, but beware that you will need to carry a charger.
May 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Insuranceguy Great phone!!!
I just got this phone last week, and i love it! i had an iphone before this and let me tell you, this one takes the CAKE home! The battery life on this great! Im really happy with it, there is just so much you can do. Keep it up HTC great work
May 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Rdub HTC One X
Best Android Phone one the market. just very easy to use and love using the phone when exercising. Beats Audio is simply amazing! Ive had all types of phones but this phone is just awesome.
June 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by missTech Got on my Birthday
I got the HTC One X for my birthday and I was so excited. When I first opened it, I was a bit scared because I was thinking it would be so much different than Apple. Guess what? I had nothing to worry about! I got used to android rather quickly. I loved the way you can personalize it. Especially more than Apple. The camera is amazing and more. I'm loving Android. Though, when I want Apple in my life, I have my iPod Touch :)
June 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Volleyballer Teenage girl review
This phone has amazing battery life, it lasts me all day with constant texting, web browsing, taking pictures, and making phone calls. With no charging at all it lasted me from 9am to 12:30am and still had some battery left!
It is a very easy to use phone, I had the HTC myTouch 4G before this phone and even though this is bigger, it is slimmer and doesn't feel big and bulky, although it does not fit in my pocket completely.
The LED notification light is awesome, as well as the camera, it's better than my digital camera and there are a bunch of effects that come with the phone.
There are only two things I would like to change, and one of them is actually easily fixed. The first is I wish there was a designated camera button, since it is such a great camera, however I have gotten really used to using my front-facing camera as well. And the messaging, I wish you could customize the colors/style more, but you can always download an SMS app.
I am a very picky girl, but this phone is really everything anyone could need in one, it's a digital camera/MP3 player/phone and basically computer all in one, WITH good batter life, that is insane. I have not played a bunch of games on it however, so I am not sure how that would effect the battery life. I would definitely recommend this phone!
July 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by matdevdug HTC One X gets it - mostly
This isn't the first HTC phone I've owned and so far, I've had great experiences with each. However I often get called back to my iPhone, partically because of the quality of design. This is the first Android phone I've ever owned that feels up to that level of quality and craftmanship. Everything from a lack of gaps and spaces on the outside of the phone to the excellent viewing angles of the screen scream professionalism and good engineering. The first time I saw the LED shine through the grille on the front I instantly knew someone had spent time designing this to look good.
The phone itself is easy to use and fast to set up. While I'm not usually a fan of Sense, the UI overlay on the top of HTC phones, this one really detracts little from the experience. Once set up, the phone was fast, far faster than any Android phone I've ever owned. Opening files, checking emails, everything was smooth and quick. This is the first Android phone where I didn't feel like I needed to walk someone through how to use it. They can pick it up and figure it out. I still wish there was a tighter integration between the apps and Sense. The change in themes and fonts looks strange and I am less and less sure about the necessity of Sense in an ICS world. Stock Android is getting so good and polished I'm less sold on the argument we need to put something on top of that. This hardware is good enough to stand on its own.
The camera is excellent and has already replaced my point and shoot for on the town picture. The picture capture is fast and editing the images is easy. The camera does an awesome job of not only capturing your photos but also allowing you to share them easily across really any social network. The thing I don't like about the camera is how the phone rests on the edge of it when placed on a table. It looks tacky and makes me nervous about putting the phone on a table or desk, which is not the best thing. This is a small complaint and something I understand because the quality of camera means it requires more space. I would have loved to have this quality though in a camera that was flush with the back, even if the total depth of the phone had to be expanded out to support it.
My biggest complaint is the size. I understand bigger is the new trend, but I just don't see why. I love my Desire Z because the screen is big enough to let me see what I need to see without being so large as to be ridiculous or uncomfortable in my pocket. It also makes the keyboard more difficult to use. My standard posture when typing on my phone is to have the phone in the same hand as I am typing with and this screen is too large to allow me to actually reach the far row with my thumb. It means I have to bring both hands to the phone to type most things and I don't like that.
The other complaint I have is smaller, but still relevant. Looking at the take-downs of this phone, I've seen the design compromises that HTC had to make for this level of build quality. I don't care about the lack of SD card slot, but the sealed in battery worries me. It makes the phone disposable as neither I nor the technicians at the AT&T store are going to be able to pop in a new battery. Now it would have been impossible to make this phone with such a nice build with a removable battery, but the internals should have been cleaner so technicians could at least replace the battery in the field.
May 16, 2012