HTC One X+ Review


HTC One X+ is a direct enhancement of the already impressive One X. With Android 4.1.1, the One X+ is a significant boost over the One X and it brings a significant bang for the buck

Design
The beautiful unibody, minimalist design of the original One X is carried over to the newer smartphone model. In fact, it is difficult to tell both phones apart, except when you check the tweaked Beats Audio logo and red highlights on the capacitive keys under the display. Overall, both phones look similarly pleasing, which feel premium in the hand and thoroughly solid. It is understandable that the One X+ is 5 grams heavier that the original. The rubberized finish offers improved grip and the phone comes covered in black polycarbonate. The original One X has glossy chassis, which one you like is a matter of personal preferences.

Display
Both phones share similar display; the 4.7” Super-LCD 2 with 720p (1280 x 720) pixels resolution, which places the phone somewhere between the LG Optimus 4X HD and Samsung Galaxy S3. HTC One X+’s display is clear and crisp, with excellent brightness and great viewing angles.

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Camera
Round the back, you can find the 8Mp rear-camera which protrudes slightly, but it doesn’t seem to affect the entire design due to the curved chassis. On the One X+, the camera can record 1080p videos at 30 fps, compared to 1080p videos at 24 fps on the original One X.

Processor
Both phone models use the same Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core processor and GeForce ULP GPU. However, the One X+ is slightly faster at 1.7GHz, compared to the original with 1.5GHz.

Verdict
The One X+ is an incremental upgrade over the original One X to allow the Taiwanese to compete better with the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S3. The One X+ has faster processor, more powerful battery, and others, but it is you who can decide whether these enhancements worth the money spent.

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