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Default [GERMANY] My HTC One X arrived... (-:

Picked mine a few minutes ago.

They just got two of em in the market. Next order will arrive in two weeks they told me.



...looks really awesome and its so light, compared to my really heavy evo 3D.
I didnt turned it on yet to get the maximum out of the battery. Will charge it to 100%.

Buyed it for 579 in Germany.
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well done, congrats!
please do post some HDR pictures and short 1080p video samples when you get the chance.
 
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Congrats

Glad I changed to white, it's simply been made with more love by HTC :P
 
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I'm quite surprised by the innovative and attractive packaging design, it looks incredibly wonderful. "I'm the one you've been waiting for" looks like One epic marketing campaign.

Congrats bro!
 
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Congrats!

Is there any point in not turning it on while it's charging? Don't see how that would affect battery life
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Red face Austria

just arrived also, onex white...
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..definatly suggest to all to get it in white. white one looks really sexy =D, and the grey one, well a bit boring, imo.

Well, in the manual of my HTC Flyer, which got also a none removable battery it was clearly stated not to turn on the Flyer, before its fully charged. otherwise you can lose some of the capacity of the battery.

...wasn't stated in the manual of the HTC One X..but, well, save is save =D
 
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Congrats -

German & french customers are recieving their HTC ONE X phones.

Cmon UK carphone warehouse, i want mine! lol

They took payment 3 days ago, send it me darn it! Grrrrr

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..definatly suggest to all to get it in white. white oen looks really sexy =D, and teh frey one, well a bit boring, imo.

Well, in the manual of my HTC Flyer, which got also a none removable battery it was clearly stated not to turn on the Flyer, before its fully charged. otherwise you can lose some of teh capacity of the battery.

...wasn't stated in the manula of the HTC One X..but, well, save is save =D
You know that's an outdated instruction based on the old Ni-Cad and Ni-MH battery technologies.

Lithium Ion/Lithium Polymer batteries have no "memory" which is why they come from the factory mostly/fully charged.

I understand you erring on the side of caution but thought I'd let you know

In fact, best care of Li-Ion/Li-Pol batteries is to do half-cycle recharges, or "top-ups" rather than full drain charging cycles.

EDIT: http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/a...ased_batteries Have a look here for some more info.
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