Updated on:May 05, 2015
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Power Packed Android phone
HTC One X Plus has a 4.7 inch Super LCD 2 with Gorilla Glass 2 and runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean with HTC Sense. It is a Powerful Smartphone carrying a NVIDIA Tegra3 1.7GHz Quad Core Processor complemented by 1GB RAM, which will not let you down. Multiprocessing, HD Games,1080p HD video support is a small bite to this treat of HTC One X+.
For Connectivity, It has a 3.5mm Jack, Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX enabled, DLNA for wirelessly streaming media from the phone to a compatible TV or PC, micro-usb 2.0 to port with HD video link, HDMI, or simply USB usage. It also does supports 3G,Wi-fi and has an Internal GPS antenna with GLONASS.
HTC One X+ comes with a powerful 8MP camera with autofocus and LED Flash.This Camera with 28mm lens supports 1080p HD Video Recording. It also do carries a 1.6 MP Front camera which also supports 720pHD Video Recording.
For Your Storage, One X+ offers 64 GB inbuilt memory but lacks an external microSD slot. However you will get 25GB dropbox space free for two years. HTC One X+ supports major Audio and Video formats. Inbuilt Beats Audio provides an enhanced the music listening quality. Gyro sensor,G-Sensor,Digital compass,Proximity sensor,Ambient light sensor are some other features of One X+.
It has a powerful 2100mAh Embedded & rechargeable Li-ion Polymer battery.
HTC One X+ has a powerful processor with a 1GB RAM, which enhances the overall performance of the device. Powered by the Jelly Bean OS its a must buy for those who desire the pleasure of advanced multi tasking experience along with the back of a powerful 2100mah battery and a huge storage capacity of upto 64GB.
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A spec bump in the middle of a product cycle? All the cool cats do it these days, even if they risk alienating customers who just bought what they thought was this year`s flagship device. HTC has actually played this game for a while, first with the Sensation XE, which acted as a mid-term replacement for the original Sensation and now, with the One X+ which treads all over the One X`s toes. However, with this latest handset, the manufacturer has ...
Editors` note: Portions of this review were taken from our evaluation of the HTC One X , since the two devices are extremely similar....
Pros: The HTC One X+ has a quad-core processor, 64GB of storage, and Android Jelly Bean, plus a great camera, all for $199.99.
Cons: The HTC One X+`s battery life is short. The phone also lacks an SD card slot, and its battery can`t be removed.
Verdict: Although it does have some flaws, the $199.99 HTC One X+ is currently the best Android buy on AT&T....
After a tumultuous year, HTC needs to score some big wins this holiday season. Many critics, including ourselves, have been full of praise for its HTC One series, led by the venerable One X. But every passing quarter seems to bring depressingly familiar news for the Taiwanese manufacturer -- record sales and profits for Android rival Samsung, and tumbling revenues for HTC. On the Windows Phone side, the HTC 8X -- a great handset by any standard -...
Pros: The One X+ offers superlative build quality, capacious storage, a gorgeous screen and Jelly Bean out of the box. HTC Sense continues to shine as one of the more attractive and visually cohesive Android UIs. Photo quality is every bit as good as the origin
Cons: Battery life, though improved, remains far from ideal. Wifi software bugs from the One X remain. On-contract availability is limited to O2, and SIM-free prices are high. There’s no European LTE option at present.
Verdict: For all intents and purposes, it’s still an HTC One X we’re dealing with here. The hardware improvements are welcome, but offer questionable value compared to the original One X, which is now heavily discounted online. In additi...
There`s no denying that the HTC One X was an amazingly solid smartphone. On the surface it even looked like as good a package as its main rival at the time, the Galaxy S III, and having a head-start to the market it was almost expected for it to become a huge success. The devil turned out to be in the details though, and the One X never quite managed to get the same traction as its Samsung rival. There must have been so many if onlys around the H...
Verdict: So the HTC One X+ is more powerful, better looking and more musically gifted than its predecessor. It also offers more storage, a larger battery and the power of Jelly Bean and Sense 4+ out of the box. None of the updates is ground-breaking, but when...