The excitement started at Mobile World Congress and continued through a series of customer meet-ups around the world. Now, the reviews are coming in and they reaffirm what we have been sharing – the HTC One X is a powerhouse device ready to be your next smartphone.
But don’t just take our word for it; check out what the experts are saying — from Android Central to Engadget to The Verge and more, the HTC One X is earning rave reviews.
As we continue to meet with our fans and customers around the world we look forward to hearing from you. Which HTC One are you most looking forward to?
What the experts are saying:
“The One X’s display is, without a hint of hyperbole, the best I’ve ever seen on a phone.”
The Verge (Full Review)
“This handset looks and feels stunning, with top-notch materials and build quality, the most gorgeous display we’ve ever stared at on a phone, a fantastic camera that’s fast and easy to use and a laundry list of every possible spec under the sun. Sense 4 is thin and light enough to enhance — not detract from — stock Ice Cream Sandwich. Pinch us, ’cause frankly, we’re smitten.”
Engadget (Full Review)
“The HTC One X is an amazing smartphone that provides a ton of power in an elegant and beautiful package.”
IntoMobile (Full Review)
“The leader of the next-generation HTC One series of smartphones has been a breeze to use.”
Android Central (Full Review)
“Not only does the camera offer a truly magnificent user interface, with quick access to settings and controls of all sorts (even filters!), but it just takes great photos.”
MobileBurn (Full Review)
“The HTC One X is without question the creme de la creme of Android phones right now. It’s the phone Android users have been waiting for.
TechnoBuffalo (Full Review)
“Best of all, this is a fast phone.”
Android Community (Full Review)
“It’s HTC’s superstar phone.”
“The HTC One X is an whopper of a phone. It takes every feature to the Nth degree in hopes of attaining smartphone perfection. It comes close.”
PhoneScoop (Full Review)
“The new flagship is distinctively designed and well constructed, has an admirable camera and a solid screen.”
Slashgear (Full Review)