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HTC ONE X LTE vs HTC ONE X International

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20th April 2012, 09:30 PM   |  #11  
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ORIGINAL SOFTWARE (ROM)
ROM (Software Number): 1.73.631.1
Android Version: 4.0.3
HTC Sense: 4.0
HTC SDK API Level: 4.11
HTC Extension Version: HTCExtension_403_1_GA_4
Baseband Version: 0.16a.32.09.06_10.81.32.14L
RIL: Unknown
Kernel Version: 3.0.8-01111-g188cf26
Build Number: 1.73.631.1 CL54373 release-keys
Browser Version: WebKit/534.30

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So i guess the 1.73.631.1 is the equivalent To the 1.28 designation on intenrational.

Thanks for that. Any Rogers branded stuff on it, boot animation, software etc?
20th April 2012, 09:31 PM   |  #12  
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Boot Screen ...
Boot screen is typical Rogers: Red letters with white background on boot, and white letters with red background on power down.

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Rogers APN Data ...
Here's the one and only APN entry:

Name: Rogers LTE
APN: ltemobile.apn
Proxy: Not set
Port: Not set
Username: Not set
Password: Not set
Server: Not set
MMSC: http://mms.gprs.rogers.com
MMS Proxy: 10.128.1.69
MMS Port: 80
MMS Protocol: WAP 2.0
MCC: 302
MNC: 720
Authentication Type: None
APN Type: *
APN enable/disable: APN enabled (default)
Bearer: Unspecified

It's a bit different than the APN on my previous Galaxy SII LTE.

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Network Selection Options ...
Here are the network selection options in the Mobile Network Settings:

HSPA only
GSM only
GSM / HSPA auto
GSM / HSPA / LTE auto

So you can shut off LTE if that's what you want.

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20th April 2012, 09:39 PM   |  #15  
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Here are the network selection options in the Mobile Network Settings:

HSPA only
GSM only
GSM / HSPA auto
GSM / HSPA / LTE auto

So you can shut off LTE if that's what you want.

Peter

Thats what I was looking for. I hope AT&T has this option.
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Bloatware ...
There's very little bloatware. Here's what's installed, other than standard HTC apps:

Rogers 1 Contact
Rogers 1 Number
Rogers Games
Rogers My Account
Polaris Office
Rogers Ringtones
Rogers Live
Rogers Shop
SoundHound
TuneIn Radio
Rogers urMusic
Twitter
YouTube

Peter

Addendum: Ongoing initial impression is that this phone is even more responsive than the international unit. Also, the Wifi/Data relationship seems to be better. What I mean is, when Wifi's available, the connection is very fast, and the automatic disabling of data is perfect ... and vice versa. This auto disable/connect is not always working so well with the international unit.
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Initial Benchmark Comparisons ...
Here are some initial benchmark comparisons. Keep in mind that my Rogers unit is not rooted, so I could not optimize certain things, including the SDCard read/write tweaks.

I will also provide the average of several tests sometime this weekend. The numbers below for the international unit are the average figures for 3-4 test runs.

AnTuTu:
Rogers = 7002 / International = 10576
Clearly the Tegra3 outperforms the SnapDragon

Quadrant:
Rogers = 4851 / International = 4670
Surprising!

Vellamo:
Rogers = 2184 / International = 1608
Wow, even I'm shocked!

CF:
Rogers = 12725 / International = 24451 (Yes, THAT high)
This is what you'd expect, so not surprising.

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if you'd like to compare battery of them both, you'd get most accurate results from flashing stock for both and just leaving the screen on at full brightness. otherwise, lots of other things could play into that.

edit: yeah your tests are gonna be inconclusive because you're running a custom ROM on one unfortunately.
20th April 2012, 10:12 PM   |  #19  
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In regards to the battery life, considering it normally takes several days for the battery to start giving good results, I wouldn't be surprised to see the battery life on the XL be somewhat lacking and then improve. So I'd love to know your impressions on battery life in a few days.
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if you'd like to compare battery of them both, you'd get most accurate results from flashing stock for both and just leaving the screen on at full brightness. otherwise, lots of other things could play into that.

edit: yeah your tests are gonna be inconclusive because you're running a custom ROM on one unfortunately.

Do what Engadget does. Max out the brightness and start from a full battery and just loop a video over and over again until the phone dies. That gives on screen time, battery and video time under the harshest conditions.

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