HTC One X Android Smartphone Review
Over the past few years HTC have gone from being a relatively unknown manufacturer to a key player in the mobile marketplace. Never afraid to really push their own operating system skin and tweaks on their Android handsets such as the Sensation have been hugely impressive with some great build quality and good specifications. This hasn’t been limited to Android though as the Titan is one of the best handsets on the Windows Phone platform.
Recently though Samsung have had great success with their Galaxy S 2, then Nexus and Note which have significantly cut into the sales of high end competitor handsets. HTC’s response to the strong range of Samsung handsets, and the recently announced Galaxy S 3 is the One range which has three models designed for different audiences. Sitting at the top of the pile is the One X with its Tegra 3 multi-core processor, 32GB of storage and Super IPS Screen and that is the focus of our review today.
Packaging and Bundle
HTC package their One X in a rounded cardboard box with a slip cover featuring the phone branding and artwork. It is a very minimalistic design and cracks open to reveal the handset, wrapped in protective plastic.
In a separate compartment below the phone we find the product documentation and our bundled extras. These consist of a USB data/charge cable, earphones with flat cabling and a charger with USB socket.