Originally Posted by apothecode
Even though I'm looking to get my first android phone now, I'm no stranger to android. I've been working as an android developer for a bit over 2 years now and have 6+ android phones on my desk at any given time.
I had high hopes for the One X. Though I love Stock ICS, HTC's lightweight sense 4 will likely be serviceable. I do not like Samsung's TouchWiz.
The lack of sd slot bugs me. Especially on a device with 16GB total storage! 32GB internal storage would be a fair compromise since I would store my music in the "cloud". 16GB is just too tight even with that.
My other reservation with this device is the poor battery life that has been reported.
I understand the benefit to creating a unibody phone that cannot be opened. I even appreciate some benefits that gives us. However, it seems like HTC went a little too far with form over function this time around, so I'm still waiting for the perfect android phone.
well, "lightweight sense 4.0"
bull****. my phone uses over 700mb RAM the whole time. mostly i have only 200-350mb RAM free. yes, that's enough, but still this sucks
AOSP android on my HD2 didn't even use 200mb
i can't stand sense, i hope there's a AOSP ROM soon.. and today i'm gonna try that ROM "exodized" wich should be near AOSP..
else, the batterylife is the best i experienced so far. i'm just used to have a spare battery..
i don't mind the lack of the SD Slot, but i need to be able to remove the battery.. that sucks a bit, even if the battery is doing good in the HOX..
HTC HD2 (T8585) | 16GB SDHC (class 4)
WinMo -> CleanEX UniQ 655 Series V. 4.30
-> NAND Android -> HyperDroid CM7 v5.9.0
- HTC One X. | Will it truly beat the legendary HD2?.. (Hint: It didn't.)
- Nexus 4 on Official AOKP.
-> OnePlus One
-> Nexus 5 on Cataclysm.
- Nexus7 3G (2012) on Official