If we consider the phablet category to be separate from the everyday smartphone group, then this could be the Taiwan based manufacturer's flagship model heading into the beginning of 2013, the one which HTC is counting on to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S III. We'd love to see if HTC brought in a higher capacity battery for the unit, but those who designed the ad for the O2 flyer didn't seem to consider it to be important.
This is the second straight day that the HTC One X+ has appeared in a photo. On Wednesday, those serial leakers at evleaks sent out a tweet with a picture of the device wearing the T-Mobile brand. That, and the "Coming Soon" logo on the flyer indicates that we could see the HTC One X+ launch in the near future. The price of 479.99 GBP works out to about $779 USD, although the phone will surely be subsidized in the states.
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.
posted on Sep 28, 2012, 12:30 AM 0
Posts: 4275; Member since: Jun 26, 2011
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.
posted on Sep 28, 2012, 12:40 AM 2
Posts: 349; Member since: Sep 06, 2012
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.
posted on Sep 28, 2012, 3:34 AM 1
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