U.K. flyer for O2 shows HTC One X+
0. phoneArena posted on 28 Sep 2012, 00:01
A flyer for carrier O2 shows the HTC One X+ in all of its glory; some of the specs we've hearing about appear to be true like the quad-core 1.7GHz processor, 64GB of storage and Android 4.1 on board; the device is priced at 479.99 GBP ($779 USD)...
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1. Berzerk000 posted on 28 Sep 2012, 00:03 1 0
Those buttons look to be glowing red... I like glowing red buttons.
3. Seymur posted on 28 Sep 2012, 00:30 0 2
Doesn't matter if you launch a rocket, it will fail if battery life is bad. I'll not make a mistake again, like i did with buying S2.
4. Berzerk000 posted on 28 Sep 2012, 00:40 2 0
Rumor is HTC is putting a bigger battery in their newest devices, like >2100 mAh. And you shouldn't base your stance on battery life with a last-gen device. This has a more power efficient processor than the Exynos 4210, a bigger battery, and probably better software optimizations that help battery life. Same with all flagships that came out this year, they all have better battery life than their predecessors.
5. darkskoliro posted on 28 Sep 2012, 00:48 1 0
Numbers are all bs to me, give me real world performance and ill take it. But yeah generally bigger battery more life, adding another few hundred mAh wont hurt ;D
6. Seymur posted on 28 Sep 2012, 02:47 0 1
S3 has 2100 too, but still is very bad. Probably HTC's device will last longer than S3. And I prefer Tegra 3.
8. Berzerk000 posted on 28 Sep 2012, 11:29 0 0
Where in the world did you hear the S3's battery was bad? It lasts at least a full day unless you decide to be on it constantly like a mobile gamer. And the One X+ does have a Tegra 3.
10. Piotrek007 posted on 30 Sep 2012, 04:49 0 0
What a rubbish !! It lasts with no problem full day ! For me 2-3 days as Im using it as a phone, not as a main computer...
7. rizevnarastek posted on 28 Sep 2012, 03:34 1 0
One X already outlasts the LG X4 which has 2100mAh battery and is there-there with GS3... So Jelly Bean + a 2000mAh+ battery will blow them out the water.
edit: I'm waiting what One X5 / Nexus 5 will bring to the table.
9. tombcd posted on 29 Sep 2012, 06:14 0 0
If the battery is less than 2000 mAh I won't even look at it. And I don't care about power-saving optimizations etc.