The Sense 5, Android 4.2.2 update for the HTC One X is currently rolling out across Europe, with an update for the One X+ expected to follow.
It’s brother against brother as we pit two of HTC’s top of the line devices, the HTC Droid DNA and the HTC One X+, against each other. Who will come out on top?
HTC has released an update to their very popular One X. But are all the changes worth the new device? Josh gives his thoughts.
What happens when the relatively newcomer in the Android stage is trying to take on the seasoned player, which admittedly has seen better days, but still got some fighting spirit left? Will the Oppo Find 5 emerge victorious against the HTC One X+? Let’s pit the two and find out.
HTC’s One X+, update to the popular One X, has come to TELUS, bringing a bigger battery, Jelly Bean, and a powerful quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor.
While Rihanna is busy giving them away, Telus customers are waiting to see when the HTC One X+ will be available and how much it will cost. Luckily, one of those two details is now known.
On stage, during the second Toronto leg of her 777 world tour, Rihanna gave one lucky fan a special version of the HTC One X+, but not before declaring the phone as the next level “shit”. Ah, such a way with words, the chart-topping singer has.
AT&T has launched their latest Android smartphone today, the device is the HTC One X+ which is priced at $199.99 and sporting features to include a 4.7-inch display, quad-core 1.7GHz processor and 64GB of internal storage.
The seemingly abandoned One X+ doesn’t seem to get much press time these days, most likely because HTC is planning to focus its marketing efforts on an upcoming 5-inch smartphone instead. If you’re convinced that the revamped One X is the one for you, here’s an update on where you can get the phone SIM-free in the UK.
Is the HTC One X+ a true Samsung Galaxy S3 killer? Join us as we answer that question by dissecting these wonders of technology into tiny bits and pieces!