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HTC One S and One X review now online

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6th April 2012, 03:01 PM   |  #1  
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Those who enjoy reading in depth reviews may be interested in our O2 HTC One X and O2 HTC One S review which has now been published on-line here.

Enjoy!
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Uhh, I see some wishful thinking in the article. ;)

It is a micro-usb port, Not SD.
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Argh, I'd missed that typo, now fixed - my thanks!
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Thanks for posting this damn the One X is so much bigger.
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No problem, really great article by the way!
I'm afraid, I have to spend quite a bit of money the next weeks.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tekguru

Those who enjoy reading in depth reviews may be interested in our O2 HTC One X and O2 HTC One S review which has now been published on-line here.

Enjoy!

Just giving this a read now and noticed that it says:

"At the lower right of the back housing on the X are five copper connection ports, similar to those found on the hTC Desire, I'm hoping that these will be used to dock to both car and home cradles, but that is yet to be confirmed."

But, just to let you know, the HTC Desire doesn't have the 5 connection pins
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Glad you are enjoying it guys, and yes the One X is big, but not unusable!

Ref the copper ports and the Desire S, that should have read the HTC Rhyme and has now been corrected.

In a rush to publish and I missed that one so my thanks! There may be a few more points to correct yet as it was produced in record time! So apologies in advance and thanks for the spot!
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The X serves to follow the forefront of technology and uses a Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset with Quad Core 14.5Ghz CPU with a LP Enforce GPU, whereas the S uses the slightly older Qualcomm MSM8260A Snapdragon chipset, Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait CPU and Adreno 225 GPU

Hehe, does the One X come with a 1.8 Gigawatt battery too?

Oh and err technically the S4 Snapdragon is at the forefront of technology (new CPU architecture, expensive 28nm TSMC process etc) and Tegra 3 is just a heavily marketed beefed up old design (cortex A9 CPUs, cheap 40nm TSMC process, penny pinched features etc)

Marketing eh, more numbers always wins.
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Grin I did say there were likely to be other typos

Now corrected and based on what you have advised been reworded too. Again my thanks.
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i got the one s today for my girlfriend and i must say it is better than my xperia s by a country mile and i think the xperia s is brilliant. Also I played with the one x today it isnt too big atall and my word it is a brilliant phone.

if htc make phones similar to these two phones I will no doubt be getting a htc on upgrade next year.

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