The HTC One X+ is one sweet machine. Check out Alex's awesome review of the unlocked version, you'll see what I mean. It takes everything we love about the original One X, cranks it to 11, and quadruples the storage so power-users have a place for their stuff. Let's recap the highlights.
- It's the first phone to match Jelly Bean with the Tegra 3 (the beefy 1.7GHz version), which means you not only get the battery sipping fifth companion-core to conserve battery when it can, but you get all the goodness that comes with the TegraZone -- absolutely awesome games. Console quality even.
- It has HTC Sense 4+ on board. I know, plenty of folks will moan and turn their nose up, but Sense 4+ offers a whole lot of functionality that looks good. With the ImageSense chip, the camera alone makes Sense 4+ and incredible way to enjoy your smartphone. And if you don't find Sense 4+ a feature worth keeping, you know it will be easy to change.
There's 64GB of on-board storage. And it's storage has none of that goofy partitioning for apps and media, so you're free to use the entire space any way you like. This is a big deal.
It looks really, really cool with the exclusive carbon black finish. There's nothing wrong with looking good.
You can pick one up from AT&T today for $199 and a new agreement.
Yeah, the bullet points look really nice. Know what's even nicer? Winning one from AT&T and Android Central. It's up to you to get the service, but we've got the phone to give away to one lucky winner.
Head into the Android contest forums. Read the rules. Enter the contest. Since I can't win, I'll wish everyone good luck!
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