HTC One X

  • Dimensions: 134.36 x 69.9 x 8.9 mm
  • Weight: 130g (w/ battery)
  • 4.7-inch Super LCD2 capacitive touchscreen (720 x 1280)
  • Corning Gorilla Glass
  • Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
  • Sense 4.0
  • Quad-core 1.5GHz Tegra 3 processor or Qualcomm Snapdragon (depending on LTE radio)
  • GPU: ULP GeForce
  • HTC ImageSense 
  • 1GB RAM
  • 32GB built-in storage
  • 8-megapixel (rear) camera w/ AF and LED flash
  • 1.3-megapixel (front) camera
  • Non-removable 1800mAh battery
  • Bluetooth v4.0 w/ A2DP
  • NFC capable
  • MicroUSB
  • 3.5mm audio output
  • Beats audio
 

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HTC One X Specs

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And no microsd, and only dual core, which combined with a non-replaceable battery, makes this a non-starter.

Non-replaceable batteries is ONE Apple trend that should not be copied. I'll gladly keep my Rezound now that I see HTC screwed up the One.

Wow why non removable battery?
I use three a day now on 3vo. Sure i hope for better battery life
but i don't like being corded. Interesting v

Everything about this phone is fantastic except for the capacitive buttons and how huge it is. Please, 4.3" is big enough. I'm afraid by the time my contract is up I will have to settle for a phone with midrange specs because the top tier ones will all have 5" screens!

Wow, 4.7" screen + 1800 mAh NON-removeable battery + LTE... someone in HTC's engineering design team really loves their wall charger.

One XL= One X + LTE... in other words its the AT&T version. No SD card, they're trying to use that dropbox! Yup. They're sexy phones. It just is, it just is

Love the specs, especially the bigger screen, but yes, the non-removable batter is the deal breaker for me. If this is true, then I will have to look elsewhere for my update, because I keep two spare batteries on me at all times.

The +1 core of the Tegra 3 is supposedly going to moderate the need for an extended or spare battery. But if you can't have LTE and Tegra 3, then LTE + Snapdragon S4 seems like a poor idea...

So if the whole point was a phone designed around the Tegra 3 4+1...why would they ship it with a snapdragon?
Maybe that's why we've heard nothing about it on Verizon? They won't take it until they fix Tegra 3 + LTE...? Which...really...why hasn't that been resolved yet?

I like the general specs of the phone, but I have to question a couple things...

1. Non removable battery? With the general requirements that a battery pull-reboot of the phone is necessary on occasion, how is that accomplished here?

2. No Micro-SD card. Now, with even 16, much less 32gb of internal storage, that's plenty, but I would still like the option of being able to remove the SD and recover data if something happens to the phone physically. (I have an 8gb in my EVO 3D and it's been sufficient for my needs).

3. 1.3mp front camera? It's the same mantra, if they want video calling, make the front a 2mp at least. It can be throttled down if necessary, but front-pictures suffer because of it.

4. I could care less about Beats audio, but love that it has NFC.

Also - I'm not leaving Sprint - so this is not an option. You're DEAD to me HTC ONE X! :-P

tha sprint evo 4g lte looks very similar but im with u on tha non removable battery tha sucks and tha storage is more than enuff if u have google music all ur songs should b in tha cloud which saves a lot of space for music lovers