HTC One X vs HTC One S
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1. TROLL.ISAHA (banned) posted on 09 Apr 2012, 10:39 1 0
Looking forward to buying this BEAST soon!
2. Commentator posted on 09 Apr 2012, 10:42 0 0
I hope they get the 1080p fps issue fixed on the Evo LTE when that comes out.
13. Mario1017 posted on 07 May 2012, 18:03 0 0
probably wont have that problem in the first place, its a different phone, with a diffferent ROM
3. toaster posted on 09 Apr 2012, 10:44 4 0
Good to see that the One X got more of a fair shake this time around. I would personally get the One X, but that's because nothing about the One S makes me regret buying my GNex like the One X does. I will admit, though, that it's hard to beat the One S's bang for buck. It helps that we're getting the S4 version here in Canada which has proven to be superior to the Tegra 3, so the difference in performance may prove to be practically null.
4. Muhannad posted on 09 Apr 2012, 11:39 0 0
Hey Daniel, I have a few questions.
1) Did you notice any dust being trapped underneath the glass in either the One X or One S? It's a problem I noticed in my Sensation 4G.
2) Also, how many hours of constant web browsing can you get on the One X and One S?
9. Daniel.P posted on 10 Apr 2012, 01:30 3 1
No dust on both, and if you get about six hours browsing on the One X, like we got with it playing video, you'll get less than five on the One S, since the websites are mostly with white backgrounds, where AMOLED saps the most energy...
5. iskra2122 posted on 09 Apr 2012, 14:09 1 0
sory off top but i can't open HTC One X display comparison.
8. taz89 posted on 09 Apr 2012, 17:57 0 0
one s with 720p screen and 2000mah would have been a killer phone
10. REYNER posted on 10 Apr 2012, 04:21 0 0
i'd like to have a One X but its too expensive for me. i think i'll go to One S i also like its premium look and feel! but i have to think carefully lumia 900 is luring me because of its price tag hahaha!
11. kshell1 posted on 17 Apr 2012, 06:59 0 0
its also wp7 which is much less customizable and less apps than android.....it has promise true but it needs better multitasking and more developer support
12. Maestro1999 posted on 17 Apr 2012, 08:18 0 0
Love my HTC Inspire but noticed that most HTC phones overall are great but is supported by a battery that can't match up to the power of the product. Poor battery life has always been my concern & turn-off from HTC. Produce a battery with more mAh power & stamina. My Inspire had only 1230 mAh & that's extremely low when a basic smartphone should at least have a minimum of 1500 mAh. Hope HTC get it right this round or I'll probably be awaiting the Galaxy S3!!!