I have a HTC One X, by some abbreviated to ‘HOX’, I usually refer to it as the ‘One X’. I’ve had it since the 14th of April, 2012. It is a good phone. There’ve been some issues, namely phantom touch and weak GPS signals. The former has been taken care of by RMD-ing it to tech support, while the latter doesn’t really bother me too much as it gives quite amusing Sports Tracker results. Except for the GPS, which was a design flaw with some of the first batches of One X’s to hit store shelves, the One...
Yes, it’s here. After an awkward unboxing video and a size comparison with my HD2, it is now time for the review. I’m now a bit more familiar with this extraordinairy piece of technology, enough that I can do a review for it. Here’s the videoreview, which is sort of a (very dreadful) summary, the full review is after the jump. Man, I gotta learn how to do these things. Good thing this one doesn’t induce motion sickness like the last one.
I picked up both my smarthphones for a comparison in size. A lot of people thought my old phone (on the left) was huge, well, wait until you get a load of the HTC One X. Moar after the jump.
I finally got a new phone, and I did an unboxing video for it, because, you know, everybody does that on youtube. So I decided to hop on the bandwagon. A warning might be appropriate; you can hear my awful voice pronounce almost every English word wrong. Anyway, enjoy the video, laugh your ass off, I don’t care. I have a new phone, and it’s marvelous. I’ll stop writing now, so I can enjoy my phone some more. Sayonara.