HTC One X AT and T

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Key Features

  • Android v4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
  • 4.7 Inch, 1280x720 px display, IPS LCD
  • Dual core 1500 MHz processor
  • 8 MP Primary Camera, 1.3 MP Secondary
  • 3G, WiFi, DLNA
  • 16 GB Internal Memory
  • 1 GB RAM
  • 1800 mAh, Li-Polymer battery
What makes HTC One X AT and T unique?
  • The fastest HD phone with Dual-Core processor

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HTC One X AT and T Specifications

General

Brand HTC
Model One X AT and T
Operating System Android v4 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
SIM Slot(s) Single SIM, GSM
Box Contents Handset, Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable, User Manual, Warranty Card

Performance

Processor Dual core, 1.5 GHz, Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon
RAM 1 GB

Storage

Internal Memory 16 GB
Expandable Memory No

Display

Screen Size 4.7 Inch
Screen Resolution HD (1280 x 720 pixels)
Pixel Density (sharpness) 312 ppi
Display Type IPS LCD

Camera

Main Camera Yes, 8 MP, Auto focus
Front Camera Yes, 1.3 MP
Video Recording Full HD @ 30, Stereo sound recording, Digital image stabilization, Optical image stabilization
Zoom Yes, Digital Zoom
Camera Features Smile detection, Scenes, Continuos Shooting, Multi Shot

Battery

Capacity 1800 mAH, Li-Po
TalkTime Up to 8.5 Hours(2G)

Connectivity

GPRS Yes
EDGE Yes
3G Yes, HSPA , EV-DO , Rev.A
4G Yes (doesn't support Indian bands), LTE catCat3 50 ↑ 100 ↓
Wi-Fi Yes, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/b/g/n, Mobile Hotspot, Wi-Fi Direct
Bluetooth Yes, v4.0, A2DP
GPS Yes, with A-GPS
USB Connectivity No
More Connectivity DLNA, VoIP

Design

Touch Screen Yes, Capacitive Touchscreen
Weight 129 grams
Dimensions 134.8 x 69.9 x 8.90 mm
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Features

Sensors Accelerometer, Proximity sensor, Compass, Light sensor, Gyroscope
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21 Expert Reviews for HTC One X AT and T

Overall Expert Rating (4.4 Out of 5 based on 11 ratings)

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Recent Expert Reviews
  • HTC One X+ ( AT&T)
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    30 Nov 2012 | cnet

    The $199.99 HTC One X+ for AT&T, a revamped version of the One X, successfully improves upon its predecessor in many areas. This new model boasts robust quad-core processing courtesy of an Nvidia Tegra 3 chip, plus it has a massive 64GB of internal storage, enough for users to perhaps overlook its lack of an SD card slot. Those are certainly welcome changes compared with the One X\'s standard 16GB of memory and slower dual-core CPU when it de...

    Verdict: Although it does have some flaws, the $199.99 HTC One X+ is currently the best Android buy on AT&T....

  • AT&T HTC One X review
    Phil Nickinson
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    01 May 2012 | androidcentral

    What more could we possibly say about the HTC One X? After several thousand words in our first HTC One X review (plus more in Alex Dobie's take, plus the countless forum threads), we already know everything there is to know about this phone, right? Right?!? Not so fast. As you'll recall, there actually are  two versions of the HTC One X. The first, the one we've already reviewed forward and backward, is powered by NVIDIA's qu...

    Pros: The same great design, gorgeous display and excellent improvements in Sense 4 have made their way to AT&T's One X. LTE data is fast, and battery life (without being connected to LTE anyway) is the best we've seen on an Android smartphone to da

    Cons: There's no way to turn off LTE data if you'd prefer to save on battery. AT&T's opted for only 16GB of internal storage, which stings considering that there's no removable microSD card. The battery's not removable, but that's te

    Verdict: AT&T's got itself a winner here in the HTC One X. The dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 is as good (or better) as NVIDIA's Tegra 3 platform. But it's the excellent battery life that makes this one a no-brainer....

  • HTC One X (white, AT&T)
    Brian Bennett
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    30 Apr 2012 | cnet

    It`s been a long time since it first debuted at Mobile World Congress in February, but HTC`s flagship Android phone is finally here. The $199.99 HTC One X may not feature quad-core power , though with a feature-packed camera, connection to AT&T`s......

    Pros: The futuristically-styled $199.99 HTC One X offers Android fans on AT&T plenty to like, such as a massive, bright 4.7-inch screen, blazing 4G LTE data speeds, a powerful camera, and zippy performance running Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 4.

    Cons: Sadly, HTC One X owners can`t claim quad-core bragging rights. Also, the nonremovable battery and lack of SD card slot weaken an otherwise incredible Android smartphone.

    Verdict: Quad-core processing isn`t everything, and AT&T`s new $199.99 HTC One X proves it. This advanced Android has style, speed, blazing 4G, and power galore....


  • HTC One X for AT&T US review: Xtra flavor
    GSMArena team
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    15 May 2012 | gsmarena

    With its international sibling receiving accolades left and right, it is time for the AT&T exclusive, LTE sporting HTC One X to take the stage. While the newcomer has retained the gorgeous looks of the global version, it is yet another case of a character makeover, received prior to crossing the Atlantic. In order to get along with AT&T`s LTE network, the US residing HTC One X sports a Qualcomm chipset and CPU, rather than the NVIDIA silicon feat...

    Verdict: The AT&T version of the HTC One X has plenty going for it. The smartphone is just as beautiful and well put together as its global sibling, yet still manages to outperform it on almost every occasion. Comparisons aside, the Sense UI 4.0 offers top-no...

  • HTC One X (AT&T) Review
    Kevin Krause
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    30 Apr 2012 | phandroid

    HTC set out to create a device so desirable that consumers would immediately tag it as the one for them. So does the HTC One X live up to expectations?...

    Verdict: HTC has hit one out of the park with their latest offering. Itu2019s hard to find a better combination of hardware and software in a smartphone, and the whole thing brings a refined, savvy touch that many feel Android is missing. Excellent photo......

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